LMNOPI

LMNOPI Archive Box Set

LMNOPI

LMNOPI Archive Box Set

Date

2017

Edition Size

1

Media

Digital print, Etching, Hand-painting, Pencil, Silkscreen, Spray paint

Binding

Box set

Location

Brooklyn, NY

Collection

$ 9,800.00

Out of Print


View Collectors

University of Connecticut (UCONN)

One oversize box, one medium box, and one tube filled with original and printed art, and production materials from one of Brooklyn’s most loved, politically committed, and hardcore street artists – LMNOPI.

1.) “To Change Everything We Need Everyone,” screenprint on craft paper,  2014, 35 x 23,’’ AP
Image caption: Designed for the People’s Climate March in the fall of 2014 and originally printed on 300 flags which were carried in the march.

2.) “shut it down,” digital fine print on matte paper, 2012, 24.25 x 24.25’’
Image caption: Poster made from an original painting (8′ x 8′) for Occupy Wall Street’s 1st May Day Strike. Was printed in two sizes & distributed as advertising for the march and wheat-pasted extensively throughout Brooklyn & Manhattan.

3.) “R.B Fuller Geodesic Structures,” screenprint on yellow craft paper, 2010, 19 x 25’’
Image caption: Limited edition silkscreen series, created as a fundraiser for DIYHumanitarian project “Domes for Haiti.”

4.) “Rise Up,” 2011, 23.75 x 35’’
Image caption: Original Stencil painting on paper created in 2011 for Occupy Wall Street in Zuccotti Park. The first was wheat-pasted onto a piece of plywood and it lived at Zuccotti Park until the NYPD shut down the encampment in November 2011. The destiny of this piece of history is unknown. Probably in a landfill at Fresh Kills.

5.) “End Racism” (2005), 8 x 15’’ watercolor and letterpress, AP, signed “Lopi LaRoe”
Image caption: This painting was created in response to the Black Lives Matter movement which was sparked by the death of Mike Brown, a youth who lived and died by the gun of a white police officer named Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri. He was acquitted of all charges.

6.) “#Dont Shoot, #Ferguson, #YourLifeMatters,” screenprint on newsprint, 2014, 8.5 x 11,’’ AP
Image caption: Silkscreen on newsprint from health care directory. The original of this image was a painting, which was wheat-pasted to a metal door on the old Cascade laundry building in Bed-Stuy which has since been torn down. However, the door was salvaged from the demolition site and is currently in the possession of the artist. Shortly after wheatpasting this image, which was inspired by a photo I found in a google image search Ferguson Protests, Brooklyn Street Art posted a photo on their blog. A few days later I was contacted by the woman who is the mother of this child! Her name is Tracey McIver and her son’s name is Myles. She was very excited to have her son’s image immortalized. They live in Washington, DC. She brings her kids to all the local protests.

7.) “Faucet Fires,” screenprint, 2012, 12 x 12’’
Image caption: Lopi created this image in 2012 in response to the fracking industry as it encroached on NY. Shortly after it was created, the image went viral on social media. Lopi was contacted by the Metis Group on behalf of the United States Forest Service, who threatened her with 6 months in jail and $150K in fines. Lopi took this as a perfect opportunity to spread the word that not only was the US Forest Service leasing public land to be fracked, but they were attempting to silence free speech. She describes this as her “first artistic civil disobedience.”

8.) “#Dont Shoot, #Ferguson, #YourLifeMatters,” 2014, 7.25 x 12.5,’’ AP

9.) “Know Justice Know Peace” (red), screenprint, 2014, 10.75 x 11.5’’

10.) “Know Justice Know Peace” (blue), screenprint, 2014, 12.5 x 11.25,’’ AP

11.) “shut it down,” digital fine print, 2012, 12×12’’ 13.5 x 13.5”

12.) “Protest, Hebrew,”  silkscreen print, 2004, 11 x 15” AP, signed “Lopi LaRoe”

13.) “nytimes” (black border), silkscreen print, 2004, 14.75 x 9.5,’’ signed “Lopi LaRoe”

14.) “nytimes” (white border), silkscreen print, 2004, 15 x 11.5,” AP, signed “Lopi LaRoe”

15.) “Rise Up” (brown), digital print, 2012, 12.5 x 19”

16.) “Rise Up” (blue) screenprint, 2012, 12.5 x 19 2/8”
Image caption: This print is part of the Occuprint portfolio that is in many collections worldwide.

17.) Untitled painting, acrylic on wood, 2005, 2.25 x 3.25 x 1.5’’

18.) black & white faces 24.25 x 13’’

19.) LMNOP stencil on cardstock, 12 x 7” signed “LMNOP”
Image caption: LMNOP’s original “tag,” which later would morph into “LMNOPI”

20.) “Faucet Fires,” transparency for screenprint, 2012.

21.) “Green Power patch,” orange thread on canvas and green silkscreen print, 2012, 4 x 2.5”

22.) Headshot, 2002, 8 x 10’’

23.) “Faucet Fires,” matte digital print sticker, 2013, 4.25 x 2.75’’

24.) “Free Speech Now” (b&w faces) cloth patch, brown thread on canvas with black screenprint, 2012, 11.5 x 4.25’’
Image caption: This is an illustration Lopi created in honor of the National Lawyers Guild’s NYC chapter, which was a support for the Occupy Wall Street encampment and continues to this day to support freedom of speech and civil disobedience.

25.) “LMNOPI.blogspot.com” cards, 2013, 5 x 3.75” (x2)

26.) “Home,” screenprint, 2013, 5 x 6”

27.) “Faucet Fires,” card with purple stencil print, 2013, 5 x 8”

28.) “Faucet Fires,” card, 2013, 18 x 6”

29.) “Girls are strong,” postcard, 2006, 4 x 6,” signed “Lopi”

30.) “Borrowed Memories,” postcard, 2005, 4 x 6”

31.) “Otherwise,” postcard, 2006, 4 x 6,” signed “Lopi LaRoe”

32.) “Little Rock Revisited,” pamphlet on card stock (detail), 2006, 6 x 8.5”

33.) “Memphis 1964,” postcard, 2005, 4 x 6”  signed “Lopi”

34.) Business card, 2011, 2 x 3.5”

35.) “Don’t frack me bro,” digital print sticker, 2013, 4.25 x 5.5,” signed “LMNOPI”

36.) B&W Faces card, screenprint on beige paper, 2012 5 x 10.75”

37.) No KXL Card, stencil, 2013, 4 x 8”

38.) “Faucet Fires,” screenprint sticker, 2013, 3.5 x 5”

39.) “Faucet Fires,” silkscreen on white tank top, size M

40.) “Fuck Monsanto,” silkscreen on green t-shirt, size S

41.) “will get arrested to protect lives,” screenprint, 2012, 10.75 x 9”

42.) “Rise Up,” stencil print on brown craft paper (yellow and pink), 2011, 9 x 12.5”

43.) “Fuck Monsanto,” screenprint with yellow ink, 2013, 9.5 x 10.5,” AP

44.) Native American cloth, silkscreen print on cloth, 2013 10 x 12.5”

45.) “Rise Up” screenprint on brown paper, 2011, 9.25 x 12.5”

46.) “Occupy Wall Street,” sketch (rebel baby), 2011, 8.5 x 11”

47.) “Occupy Sandy,” sketch on drawing paper, 2012, 9 x 12”

48.) “Red Wing,” sketch with ball pen on drawing paper,  4/20/2016,  8.5 x 5.5”

49.) “Radon Gas is Bad for Kids,” black marker and pen sketch, 2012, 9 x 11”  (for Occupy the Pipeline)

50.) “Ta’ka’ya Blaney,” watercolor, 2013, 9 x 12”

51.) “You Are Never Alone” (Occupy Sandy sketch), pen and ink on paper, 2012, 8.5 x 11”

52.) “Secret Garden Mural Series,” double-sided digital print postcard, 2015, 6 x 4”

53.) “LMNOPI lmnopi.blogspot.com,” screenprint on USPS shipping label, 4.625 x 3.5”

54.) LMNOPI little boy print on USPS shipping label, black, pink, red, blue ink, 4.625 x 3.5”

55.) “Because of Them We Can” (little girls), screenprint on sticker, black, green, yellow, blue ink, 3.8 x 4.1”

56.) “Because of Them We Can,” (kids/ LMNOPI lmnopi.blogspot.com), screenprint, 4.9 x 4.9”

57.) “Got Free Speech?,” digital print on card stock, 8.5 x 11”

58.) “People’s Climate March Sept 21, 2014,” pen sketch on paper, 2014, 10.5 x 8”

59.) RESPOND Smack Mellon exhibition poster, digital print, 2015, 17 x 11” (unfolded), 8.5 x 5.5” (folded)

60.) “Occupy,” stencil print, 11.375 x 8.875”

61.) “Because of Them We Can” kids print, screenprint, brown ink on newsprint, 9 x 11.875”

62.) “Because of Them We Can” kids print, screenprint, brown ink on glossy white 9 x 11.875”

63.) “Free Palestine,” sketch with paint, 10.5 x 10”

64.) Untitled (child and car painting), digital print, 2006, 12 x 8,” signed “Lopi ‘06”

65.) Untitled (face close-up, wearing hat), digital print, 2006, 9.75 x 7.875”

66.) Untitled (mother and daughter with megaphone), screenprint with gouache on orange, 10 x 10.75,” edition 1/8

67.) Untitled (girl yelling), screenprint on blue with silver metallic paint, 5.25 x 10.75”

68.) “#Dont Shoot, #Ferguson, #YourLifeMatters,” black on blue screenprint with turquoise, 10 x 11,” edition 9/9

69.) Untitled (mother and daughter with megaphone), black screenprint on white glossy, 10.9 x 11.875,” edition 1/6

70.) “Know Justice Know Peace,” black screenprint on blue, 11 x 13,” AP

71.) “Know Justice Know Peace,” black screenprint on white glossy with turquoise, 12.625 x 13.125” (BACK)

72.) Untitled, gouache on black mounting board, 30 x 20”

73.) Untitled, stencil on black paper, 43’’ high with ripped edges

74.) Untitled, pink and gold stencil on blue paper, 34 x 26”

75.) Untitled, maroon, cream, black stencil on beige craft paper, 25 x 23”

76.) “rise up,” green, cream, dark brown on beige craft paper, 35 x 24”

77.) “Rise Up,” pencil sketch on card stock, 40×26

78.) “Rise Up,” Dark green, cream, and dark brown on beige craft paper, 2011, 35 x 24”

79.) “occupy everywhere,” stencil, 18 x 16”

80.) “Rise Up” stencil and “we are the 99%” stencil, 36 x 23.5”

81.) “Know Justice, Know Peace,” black ink on dark blue, 14 x 12,” edition 2/9

82.) Untitled (black and white faces card), screenprint, black ink on white card stock, 24 x 13”

83.) “planet before profit,” stencil on plastic paper, 24.5 x 11”

84.) “BP kills fish,” stencil print, turquoise paint on cardboard, 24 x 17”

85.) “LMNOPI,” stencil on transparent paper, 16 x 6.5”

86.) “lmnopi,” stencil on transparent paper with metallic gold and rust-colored paint, 14 x 6”

87.) “bill of rights is our permit”/”free speech zone,” stencil on transparent paper, 19 x 12”

88.) “rise up,” stencil on glossy card stock  13 x 10”

89.) “occupy liberty,” stencil on plastic paper, 32 x 18”

90.) “Non-violence, Love, etc.,” stencil on plastic paper, 24 x 18”

91.) Untitled (woman and baby), gold metallic print with white and dark brown, 62.5 x 26”

92.) “Occupy Liberty,” print, blue, cream, and brown, 54 x 38”

93.) Untitled (girl praying with compass at bottom center), painting with brown, yellow, and cream 72 x 34.5”

94.) Untitled (Martin Luther King), painting with brown, black, and cream, 51 x 36”