Thursday, November 27, 2014

Urban Folk Art® Black Friday/ Holiday and beyond liquidation sale!

Starting from Black Friday until the end of the year, we're having a sale to get rid of old merchandise, to fund and make way for new merchandise in the new year! ALL WOMENS TSHIRTS ARE $16!! ALL MEN'S XXL AND SMALL SHIRTS ARE ALSO $16!! (These are mostly American Apparel, you can't even get blanks of these for less than $16!)
 Come on down and get your holiday shopping done on the cheap! There will also be discounted slightly imperfect glassware and dinged up prints cheap! We'll also have original artwork and art prints from a variety of artists at our always reasonable pricing. All of this will go on to the end of the year or until supplies last! We can also ship the discounted t-shirts anywhere in the US. We won't be able to alter the online store, but take look there and email us with what you want, and we'll apply the discount for you, and ship it out.

Brooklyn Landmark Temp Tattoo Series #1
Coming first week in December, perfect for stuffing a stocking- We've made the first series of temporary tattoos depicting Brooklyn Landmarks as seen on our trademark Brooklyn Landmark Pint Glass series. This is a 6" X 9.25" sheet of 10 individual temporary tattoos designed by Adam Suerte with favorites like the Brooklyn House of Detention, Brooklyn Bridge, 2 cityscape armbands, and his trademarked 'Brooklyn love" and Hecho en Brooklyn logos. They're $10 for the full sheet, bagged and ready for the holidays or any day.

Adam Suerte Original Artwork Under $400
Adam Suerte, founder of Urban Folk Art® studios, Co owner of Brooklyn Tattoo has put up a section on the online store listing some original artwork all under $400. If you've ever wanted any original suerte, but haven't been able to saddle up to one of his usual large works, he's set up some smaller stuff cheaper than usual, to make room in his studio for new works. Everything is one of a kind, and he'll update as newer works are created. Great for the holiday season as well. 

Tuesday, November 4, 2014