Jenn Woodall's "Girls" Hits The Bay Area's Art Scene In Full Feministic Force

Jenn Woodall's "Girls" Hits The Bay Area's Art Scene In Full Feministic Force

Toronto-based artist Jenn Woodall, famously noted for her series "Girls," has landed in the Bay Area and the work up-close is so gorgeous.

Art gallery Silver Sprocket and Jenn have collaborated on a cool installation of "Girls," bringing the series both to live in viewing form and digital sales. The Toronto-based illustrator focuses her work mainly on women ranging in all sorts of mediums—women coming together are her main squeezes. For Silver Sprocket, the Haight St., comic store and talent incubator was/is described as "an art crew, comic and zine publisher, record label, and collection of budz making things while being self sustained disasters out of a bedroom and basement in San Francisco."

The store hosts mainly original works from artists all over the world, the rarest of the rare come to play at Silver Sprocket. For now, check out the collection of work down below (some of our favorites actually) and don't forget to swing by the shop to see the prints live and in-person.

// Available starting today at 2pm PST on our web-store, each 11 x 17 inch Risograph is printed on 67lb uncoated cover stock as a limited edition of 50, signed and numbered by the artist. 1685 Haight St, Haight Ashbury, silversprocket.net



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