House33 is a contemporary printmaker artist known for his unique and dynamic approach to printmaking. House33 was exposed to the arts at a young age, and quickly developed a passion for printmaking. House33's prints are characterized by their intricate patterns, vivid colors, and layered textures. He draws inspiration from a wide range of sources, including traditional folk art, contemporary design, and urban street culture. In addition to his work as an artist, House33 is also a passionate advocate for arts education. He frequently works with local schools and community organizations to provide workshops and classes on printmaking and other art forms. House33 remains committed to his craft and continues to experiment with new techniques and styles. His work can be found in galleries and private collections around the world, and he has been recognized with numerous awards and honors for his contributions to the art world.
Purchase Bad Influences Show Print- Black & White 2-Color Hand-Pulled Limited Edition Silkscreen Print on Fine Art Paper by House33 Rare Street Art Famous Pop Artwork Artist. 24x18 2021 Signed and Numbered Edition of 33
Purchase You Sound Like A Broken Record Screen Original One of a Kind Ink on Nylon Mesh & Aluminum Frame Painting Artwork by Legendary Street Graffiti Artist House33. YOU SOUND LIKE A BROKEN RECORD (Screen), 2021 Ink on nylon mesh & aluminum frame 68 × 52 in 172.7 × 132.1 cm HOUSE33: BAD INFLUENCES, an exhibition celebrating the artists who’ve influenced HOUSE33 through the medium of the silkscreen: a tool that turns everyday objects into inspiring accessible art. The exhibition features a series of one-off screen-printed canvases, large-scale skateboard decks, printed baltic birch panels, a series of utilized original silkscreens, and a limited edition exhibition screenprint. HOUSE33, a deviation of the iconic design studio and font foundry House Industries, originated as a mutated design experiment between commercial and art, born from a conversation about album covers, Hot Rods, Chaos Theory, and Brothel Creepers between Andy Cruz founder of House Industries and British fashion designer Simon “Barnzley” Armitage of London streetwear myth and fame. That conversation led House Industries, Barnzley, and designer Jeremy Dean to collaboratively build HOUSE33 and its flagship store in Soho London in the early 2000s. What began as a muse for typographic and illustrative explorations, became a collaborative creative breeding ground for clothing, art, and lettering, rooted in the art of screen printing.