As is the annual tradition on this sacred day, The Last Kitchen's resident printmaker, Jralla the Awkward, has cooked up a small Bicycle Day print edition. 2015's selection features a gorgeous series of 35 shimmering metallic silver, gold, and copper hand-made screenprints.
As usual, each piece was crafted with love and inspired by, concocted under the influence of, and dedicated to Dr. Hofmann's greatest chemical discovery.
Bicycle Day is one of the few holidays (if it can even be considered such) that we take seriously around here.
April 19, 1943 was a day that we believe profoundly influenced the course of human evolution, and this is our humble tribute to that point in history. Though this is only a small edition of 35, some hardcore love & effort went into the production of this series. This is also a 'charity' edition since a portion of the revenue from this hit will be donated to the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS)
7 in stock
Jralla the Awkward
50cm x 70cm
Hand-pulled Serigraph (silkscreen), made by the artist.
Metallic ink Screen-Print
Signed and Numbered by the artist
250 gram Old Mill® Stock Paper