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October 3, 2007

{     Aaron Noble's "Rainbow6: Warsong"     }    

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Rainbow6: Warsong, at Pavel Zoubok Gallery in New York City, is the artwork of Aaron Noble. Aaron is best known for his large scale mural work found around the globe, as well as being the founder of the early 90's Clarion Alley Mural Projects in San Francisco. Aaron has quickly defined himself in the gallery scene and with his latest batch of work he has brought some of the cleanest composition work around. Blending super hero comic book styling with a splash of graffiti, he has created a whole new madness.

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Aaron's work is a true manipulation of the mind, tweaking conventional rules as we know them. With some strategic mounting and stretching techniques, his work is pretty much jumping out from the canvas. If you have the opportunity I suggest you hurry by Whitelead.com and have a look at more of Aaron Noble's impressive mural works.

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Comments

It's nice to see my #2 Most Notable Fall Season Opener get some in depth coverage.

Posted by: Aaron at October 3, 2007 2:47 AM

Dude's work is INSANE. Thanks for this!

Posted by: Garrett at October 3, 2007 3:40 AM

I still get that issue of Beautiful Decay Noble was featured in off the shelf every now and then and just stare... getting lost in the lines....
Anybody got a lead on where a dude could hook up with a reasonably priced print?

Posted by: Adam at October 3, 2007 7:29 PM

You can still get prints at the gallery but they are never cheap... Hit em up and see what you can work out. Also check out the last issue of Hi-Fructose. I also have an interview with Aaron in that. He is a Noble dude, he wheres it well. Werd!

Posted by: manuel at October 3, 2007 7:58 PM

Thanks Manuel for posting this & thanks to above for your kind words. I'm sorry there's no cheaper prints available at this time. The two that the gallery has, which are in the 1500. range, are hyper labor-intensive small edition etchings-- we have to sell more than half the edition before we go into profit. I'd like to have something out that's more affordable, maybe silkscreen or digital process. I'm slow at everything but I'll try to get it figured out.
AN

Posted by: Aaron Noble at October 20, 2007 1:11 AM
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