There are several ways to make art more visible, from splashing graffiti on walls, to producing film posters, to convincing Paul Simon to lend him his reflective vest before he goes running. Producing hits for your own wardrobe; Family Fortune.
Repping the work of a handful of Seattle's illest "urban" artists, this line of seriously limited edition graphic tees (only 50 of each piece are produced) was conceived as a fan friendly way to sling art, all launched by a local crew fronted by ghoulish-cartoon-style-character painter Solace, which you can take in the fact that you can finally retire that Co-Ed Naked Volleyball tee even though a good set does lead to a strong spike. FF's just-launched e-store currently boasts a handful of Solace's own ironic takes on wealth, including the electric-green-on-black spray-paint-meets-coat-of-arms Family Crest; a Victorian country fellow depicting Old Money; and one with black and white illustrations of "the gentlemen you see on American paper money" called Presidential -- Ha! You wish, Hamilton! Other pieces range from a straightforward calligraphy-style double F logo-tee, to the orange/black three insect arted Bee Amigos from former graffiti-turned-fine artist 179, to one called Rock-a-Gore by acclaimed muralist Weirdo that features bulbous/tentacled monsters surrounding John D. Rockefeller, who you know is just going to mess them all up -- do it, ROCKEFELLER!
Future tees will be dropped in conjunction with openings/expositions by selected artists including the prolific Picasso-inspired portraitist John Osgood, comic-book-stylist Augie Pagan, and the darkly-humorous-skull-happy Ego, also the reason that, despite his desire to be seen, Art just can't wear that hideous, embarrassing vest.
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