Shout it out, sing it loud, put your pride on display with this YAY GAY YAY rainbow screen print by Jonathan Hanisit. Unique hand pulled split fountain screenprint text based art print on paper depicting irridescent rainbow-color filled lowercase text "yay gay yay".

 



PRODUCT INFO:

  • H 20.25" x W 16”
  • Pencil signed and dated lower right.
  • Due to the process to make each print, the colors vary on each.

“Yay Gay Yay” screenprint by Jonathan Hanisits

$35.00Price
  • INSTA: @jonhancreative 

    Jonathan grew up in the suburbs of Sacramento, California, later inhabiting northern California with long stints of beach life in Santa Cruz and big-city livin’ in San Francisco. He has been an Oregon resident for the last eight years and is continually inspired by the clean air, default friendly demeanor, and general appreciation for sunny days. 

    "I am a screenprinter who is curious about the ever-changing world around me, and the expectation to keep up. My work is inspired by queer experience, pop culture, and the emerging importance and influence of technology in our everyday lives. I am fascinated by the process of human robotization, and the challenge of disconnection in our media-heavy world. What separates humans from other animals is the ability to use tools, so why have these tools made us in turn, less human, and more robotic? 

    Screenprinting is a process as complex and messy as you make it, with a margin of error that increases in relation to the mess and complexity of the work. I can relate to messy and complex."

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