Josh Agle, as you probably know, is more commonly referred to as Shag, kicking off a new exhibition kicking in California by the name of Animal Kingdom. To go along with it, there's also a limited edition print – The Cat Carrier.
Two new pieces of artwork from (almost) everyone's favourite retro-style artist Shag, going by the names of Wolf and Liquor.
The swinging sixties are back in the latest Shag print – Bossa Nova Now.
Not sure it's his most pleasant subject matter for an artwork, but the latest print from Shag, going by the name Watson and the Shark, will almost certainly sell out quickly.
It's predominantly purple and it features the sun, so calling it Purple Sun is probably a wise move by Shag.
His latest screenprint that is, which offers up a summer vibe and a mid-sixties feel, not to mention a surfboard, a seagull and a glamorous lady. It's an 11-colour serigraph, sized at 37 x 49cm and limited to 200, each signed and numbered by the artist.
$175 is the price, with stocks likely to sell through quickly.
We love Shag, we love tiki, so The Last Days of Kahiki is right up our street.
Featuring plenty of tiki and a couple of 1960s hipsters, the print is an 18-colour serigraph. signed and numbered and sized at 20 x 29 inches. All signed by the artist of course and limited to just 250 worldwide.
Certain to sell out quickly, you can grab one online now for $300.