Posted by specialK March 20, 2013

Earlier this month, Spoke Art premiered Jessica Hess' new painting Davis Street I at the Scope Art Fair in NYC and now they've released the painting as a fine art giclee print. Davis Street I is limited to 50 12" x 16" signed and numbered giclee prints. Printed on 300# Italian cold press watercolor paper with archival Epson HDR inks, Davis Street I retails for $40 and is available now in Spoke Art's webshop. 

Jessica has also embellished 10 copies of the print, making each one of these hand painted multiples unique. The HPM (hand painted multiples) run of Davis Street I is limited to just 10 prints and share the same specs as the initial run. Retailing for $80, Davis Street I HPM is available now in Spoke Art's webshop. 

Jessica Hess will be bringing her brand of photorealist urban landscape painting to Shepard Fairey's Studio Number One for a solo show later this month! 


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