Just in time for the holidays our logo tees are now available on krink.com. All tees are 100% fine jersey cotton. Available in sizes youth large and men’s medium and large. Made in the USA, printed in NYC! Caroline is wearing a youth large.
Craig Costello was invited to South Korea to participate in the Sea Art Festival as part of the Busan Biennale. He created two site-specific sculptures made from steel shipping containers.
Untitled (Song-Do beach), 2013, acrylic on steel shipping containers, 2.4 × 12 × 9.6m
Untitled (Song-Do beach), 2013, acrylic on steel shipping containers, 2.4 × 18 × 4.8m
Philadelphia native Jesse Geller a.k.a. NEMEL dropped by the studio last week for a visit. He used K-60 markers in every color filling a canvas with his signature overlapping tag style. We took photos throughout the process, check it out, we think it turned out great!
Krink founder Craig Costello was invited to the 7th edition of Faces and Laces, an annual cultural exchange inviting artists, designers, and musicians from around the world to central Moscow. For the event he created a 16′ x 16′ x 16′ site-specific piece in Moscow’s Gorky Park.
Untitled (Gorky Park), 2013, acrylic on wood, 16′ x 16′ x 16′.
Jenah Yamamoto AKA GypsyOne, is a graffiti artist, photographer, and blogger living in Los Angeles. Hailing from the north shore of Oahu, Gypsy’s work is informed by her laid back style, traveling, and a lot of sun. Alex2Tone of Born X Raised hung out with Gypsy for a day and got some great shots. Enjoy!
You can see more of Gypsy’s work here.
We’re very pleased to announce the newest addition to the Krink family! We’ve had many requests over the years for water-based inks. It took time to find the right formulation, and now it’s finally here! The K-32 is filled with permanent, odor-free, water-based inks. This ultra smooth opaque ink retains vibrant color on most dark or light surfaces and flows effortlessly on paper and canvas. The chisel-nib offers two line widths in 11 bright colors to suit virtually any purpose.
Available now in our web shop!
This meticulous drawing was created by Noah McDonough using a Krink K-70 marker on paper. The piece is done in Noah’s classic graffiti style and employs a stipple technique for shading and depth. Noah was really interested in taking this style and scaling it up to a larger size, we set him up in the studio with a 5×12 foot canvas, a few K-72 markers, and let him get to work. The results are pretty amazing.
We also made a silkscreen print which is available now in our web shop. Edition of 25, signed, numbered and dated. Check out the photos below.
Untitled (Krink) 2013, Krink on archival paper, 22×30″.
To work on a large canvas, Noah used a K-72 marker with matte black water-based ink. He flipped the K-72 nib to get a perfect circle and then used a razor to help loosen it up, this technique gives a softer feel when drawing.
Thousands of dots and a few markers later, the canvas was done!
Noah McDonough, Untitled (Krink) 2013, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 60×144″.
A signed and numbered print edition of 25 is available now in our web shop.
One color silkscreen on Somerset Velvet 250 gsm cotton archival paper, 22×30″, 2013
Living and working in NYC Noah McDonough is a prolific graphic designer, illustrator and graffiti writer. Known for his unique style and clean execution Noah’s pieces have graced walls all over the world. See more of his work here.
Its an honor to be featured with the likes of Ann Hamilton and Milton Glaser! On Creativity talks with KR about creativity, risk-taking, and throwing the first punch.
Milk Studios‘ Paul Bui caught up with KR during our Krink x Bookmarc shoot and got answers to a few juicy questions (i.e. something about guys playing ping pong with naked chicks). To read the interview and see some behind-the-scenes photos, please visit milkmade.com.
Photos: Philip Patton