29 September 2005

Store 44 Reps at The monOrchid Building

Press Release

Store 44 Reps at The monOrchid Building

PHOENIX, Arizona—September 1, 2005—Commercial photography and illustration agency Store 44 Reps will be featuring a collection of works at The monOrchid Building on First Friday, September 2, 2005. The Event is free to the public.

From the Phoenix New Times Review 9/29/05:

"Store 44 Reps" at monOrchid: This group show of a dozen commercial artists, illustrators and photographers represented by the Scottsdale firm Store 44 Reps is untroubled by the weighty Mission of Art. These are just cool images. Palmer Saylor's takes on Old Masters paintings show a virtuoso's skill with a brush. Meredith Parmelee's striking candy-colored photographs of parakeets on flower branches make you realize how much the pet-store staples resemble anime characters. And Nil Ultra's battered close-up of the sport-striped door of a '70s muscle car turns an automobile into an ancient-looking abstraction from a 25-century archaeological dig. Through Friday, Sept. 30. 214 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, 602-281-4490, store44.com.

Store 44 Reps at The monOrchid Building:
Phoenix New Times Review:

Store 44 Reps:
Contemporary creative content for advertising and editorial assignments, representing award-winning photographers, illustrators, and designers. For more information, visit www.store44.com



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