Posted by specialK March 19, 2013

British street artist A.CE is currently showing a collection of works on paper at the Maxwell Colette Gallery in Chicago through April 20th. If you aren't able to see the PLANET OF THE A.CE exhibit in Chicago, Fuss Shop has a selection of A.CE prints available in their webstore. 

Passing is hand printed using a Japanese PG-11 Gocco Printer. The print is limited to 100 all signed, numbered & embossed. Passing's dimensions are 105 mm x 148mm and it is available in Fuss Shop's webstore for Â£ 9.99 

Pictured below is Tempo Boxer. Using the same screen A.CE used for his street pieces, Tempo Boxer is hand screened printed on 500 x 700 mm White 300g/m Paper. This is a limited edition of 20 and all prints are signed, numbered ad embossed by A.CE. Tempo Boxer is available for £ 54.99 here in Fuss Shop's webstore.

Next is Gunpoint, an classic image printed using the same screen A.CE used for his street pieces. Limited to 70 all are signed, numbered and embossed by A.CE. Gunpoint is hand printed on 500mm x 700mm White 300g/m Paper. Available now in Fuss Shop's webstore for Â£49.99. 

Another classic A.CE image is 50s Face's. This image is hand printed using the same screen that A.CE used for his street pieces on White 300g/m Paper. 50s Face's is limited to 70 prints all signed, numbered and embossed by A.CE. Available now for Â£49.99 in Fuss Shop's webstore



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