New Evan Hecox Art Print: “White Sun Print, Mexico”

Arkitip dropped yet another new Evan Hecox art print, “White Sun Print, Mexico”.  It’s a 16″ x 20″ screenprint, has an edition of 200, and is $125.  It’s pretty rad, but I kind of wish Hecox would switch up the style a bit.  Seems as if everything he releases is either in the “Black Sun” style or the “Corona” style.  Anyway, still pretty rad, visit Arkitip.com.

14 Responses to “New Evan Hecox Art Print: “White Sun Print, Mexico””

  1. It’ll be interesting to see how fast it sells out, given the seemingly lack of flippability lately…

  2. Especially given that it’s an edition of 200–the first in the Black Sun series at that size. Still, I never scored either of the first two Black Sun prints, so this will fit nicely next to Last Day on Earth and Insurgentes.

  3. I like his style, but c’mon… try something new. It gets repitive and somehow (sorry) boring.

  4. dear evan, more nyc please.

  5. classic hecox, excellent value, grabbed one

  6. His stuff doesn’t move me. I see that it is well done and I couldn’t do these lovely prints myself, but it just does nothing for me viscerally.

  7. somebody tell BEEFLOAF

  8. Love the style and don’t mind the repetitiveness but not feeling the dull colorway and too much sky. Still think El Centro (corona) is best colorwise and balance wise.

    Speaking of repetitive I wish Josh Keyes would do something different as well but we can’t always get what we want.

  9. all artists are repetive ! its only after many years of work that you can judge developments in their work. check out any dead artist. people seem to buy a couple of prints and then want something completely different in an instant. i dont think it works like that. this is another stunning piece by mr hecox……..white sun, i wonder, i ponder……

  10. John was like an artist who is very good at drawing circles. He sticks to that and it becomes his label. He has a gallery to promote that. And the next year, he will do triangles or something. It doesn’t reflect his life at all. When you continue doing the same thing for ten years, you get a prize for having done it.

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  11. nope. Cant buy another – need something new, something wow – I cant have another gray or Mexican scene with some sort of Bike or buggy.

    Loved his really early stuff, have some of his later stuff but will wait until he finds a new scene.

  12. Everyone’s a critic. Give the guy a break. He’s an artist. While he has been commercially successful, he still has a soul. Perhaps he’s happy in this stage (height or rut) of his artistic life. Maybe he’s not making these prints solely for collector consumption. An artist will do their best work when not pressured and coaxed to adapt to a style that feeds only the satisfaction of the masses.

  13. Plus, Arkitip has already purchased licenses to reproduce all of these images (and probably more that we have yet to see). So it’s not like Evan made the originals depicted in these prints with the sole intent of mass producing them. But like any artist, if someone wants to produce and sell multiples of your work and hand you a nice check, hell, I think all of us would agree to it. Thats what being an artist is all about, finding ways to survive and profit from your creative product. This mentality of artists having to be starving and destitute is bullshit. I’m glad Evans gettin’ his hustle on. If nothing else I think it’s inspiring to other artists.

    And if you’re worried about the prints increasing in value, save your money. Save for a few months and buy an original.

  14. DOLLFACE,
    THANK YOU FOR THINKING OF ME. IT IS MUCH APPRECIATED. I AM TORN ON PURCHASING THIS PRINT. I HAVE THE PREVIOUS FOUR PRINTS FROM THE L.A. SERIES, AND ONLY ONE IS HANGING ON MY WALL. I AM HAPPY THAT I MAY HAVE SOME TIME TO MULL THIS PURCHASE OVER.
    BEEF!

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