We are now proud and excited to offer to collectors
custom-made original art — for less than $200.
Introducing the Postcard Subscription Program.
4x6 postcard-size originals by mail.
Here’s how it works.
You can order a singular original collage postcard for $150 (plus tax & shipping). Winston will create your card and ship it to you within 2 weeks*. We will also post it to Winston’s site with your name (unless you wish to remain anonymous).
Purchase an annual subscription to the Postcard Subscription Program and receive 13 cards (1 per month plus 1 bonus card) for $1500 total (plus tax & shipping). That works out to $125 per card — not including the bonus card. In other words, with the annual subscription, you get 3 free card originals.
With a subscription, you are very likely to receive a personalized letter of ardent gratitude and maybe some other cool stuff from Winston’s studio archives.
Blind Box. Please note this is a “blind-box” style subscription. Other than the format, you will have no idea what you will get. The only guarantees are that it will be a 4“x6” postcard and it will be original Winston Smith art. The two examples on the left are of past postcards. Winston will hand-write the title and year on the back and sign it.
You will also receive a certificate of authentication. We will ship your art properly wrapped (not mailed as a postcard) .
May you need multiple baskets for all yer eggs!
Art: Bunny Kong © Winston Smith 2002
Winston Smith and Grant’s Tomb Gallery present
a small show of prints by Gee Vaucher. With additional artwork by Winston Smith.
Friday, March 15 7pm-10pm
About Gee Vaucher
East London born Gee Vaucher started gaining recognition producing politically outspoken record covers for anarcho-punk band Crass in the late 1970s. Her work became a strong influence for protest art as well as the punk and anarchist aesthetic of her time. Using her diverse interest in all forms of art, she produced paintings and collages that exposed the absurdity and hypocrisy of ‘civilised’ society with frank and often disturbing imagery.
After Crass disbanded Vaucher moved away from overt world politics and started producing work of a more personal nature, exploring the psychological diversity and delema of social inter-relationships. Vaucher’s work is hard-hitting with a gripping aesthetic and has been exhibited internationally as well as being included in a number of books and publications.
Gee’s Full Bay Area Itinerary:
Friday, March 15 — “First Impressions” at Grant’s Tomb at 7pm
Saturday, March 16 & Sunday March 17 — Anarchist Book Fair at the Armory Community Center from 10am-6pm
Tuesday, March 19th — With Penny Rembaud at City Lights Bookshop at 7pm