Melvins Poster

The Melvins glow in the dark concert poster by Daryll Peirce

Super excited to unveil these glow-in-the-dark Melvins posters! They're kicking off an extensive tour in support of their new double album, A Walk with Love and Death. The tour kicks off July 5th at The Casbah in San Diego and I was lucky enough to create this weighted cerebral mass to submerge and entice thy ocular senses.

The Melvins rock poster with artist Daryll Peirce

The Melvins glow in the dark gig poster preview
Hey guys it glows in the dark!

18x24" serigraph prints are a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered 4 color silkscreen show posters beautifully printed by Monolith Press on thick white coverstock.

These will be available for purchase at the show and released online Thursday morning (7/6). Posters will ship numerically by order number.

Grab one from Secret Serpents or directly from moi right here: https://tinyurl.com/yagcrmqe

Big thank you to the Melvins, Secret Serpents, Monolith Press, and the dark for making this happen!

Welling Court 2017

Welling Court Mural Project Daryll Peirce painting
I had the pleasure of joining my AdHoc Art friends and art compadres for the annual Welling Court Mural Project in Astoria, Queens, NYC. I enjoyed painting for the first one back in 2010 and finally got back there to join in on another round 7 years later!

It was a blast painting in the New York summer heat, welcoming the cool breezes coming off the East River with the Manhattan skyline at my back, neighborhood block party, skating, and reconnecting with friends and family I don't get to see very often these days.

Welling Court Mural Project Daryll Peirce process
All the previous murals get painted over each year so unfortunately I had to paint over this Elephant piece by Mike Makatron and Dirt Worship.

Welling Court Mural Project Daryll Peirce process 2
I swear I didn't sketch these to look like the figures were into some hot elephant sexy time.

Welling Court Mural Project Daryll Peirce process 3
And we buff...

Welling Court Mural Project Daryll Peirce process 4

Welling Court Mural Project Daryll Peirce and Abe Lincoln Jr
Solid dude that Abe Lincoln Jr. Kids walking by asked him to paint their names so he put all their names up on the t-shirts of each of his characters on that roll up gate over there.

Welling Court Mural Project Daryll Peirce
Finito!

Welling Court Mural Project dancers
"Ghost" breakin' with his little bro

Welling Court Mural Project break dancers
Block party stuffs

Welling Court Mural Project Dennis McNett
Dennis McNett working his magic

Welling Court Mural Project Fire Hydrant
Keeping the kiddos cool and making rainbows. Also, some later dog shampooing.

Welling Court Mural Project ASVP
ASVP

Welling Court Mural Project Jesse Jones
Visit from Mr. Jesse Jones and a wee ball of cuteness.

Welling Court Mural Project Stensoul Peat Wollaeger
Peat getting started on his hive

Welling Court Mural Project John Breiner
John Breiner

Welling Court Mural Project Dan Weise
Dan Weise drawering with paint

Welling Court Mural Project Freeze

Massive thank you Garrison and Alison of AdHoc Art, Logan Hicks, Lori Zimmer, Joe Shaefer, Julia DiNardo, Jesse Jones, Kat McEldowney, the welcoming neighborhood, $.99 store folks, and my family in NY for all the support and gracious hospitality!

TONDO - Spoke Art Gallery, SF - May 6

Infinite Instability by Daryll Peirce
Infinite Instability
This piece took me on quite a journey and I am looking forward to debuting it in the round amongst a humbling sea of 49 other circular works. Hope you can join us this Saturday for TONDO at Spoke Art, SF.

Details:
SPOKE SF is pleased to present TONDO, a dynamic group exhibition featuring over 50 artists working in the round. We challenged some of our favorite artists to work on a round surface and left the rest up to them. The result is a stunning display of the endless possibilities contained within a circle.

Tondo has historically referred to a round painting or low relief derived from the Italian rotondo or round. Simultaneously working within the bounds of the circular form while coloring outside the lines only as artists can, each piece plays with the definition of tondo. Using neon, painting, cut paper, embroidery and more each artist has taken the challenge of an unconventional format to give new dimension to their work.

Participating Artists:
Peter Adamyan | Bagger43 | Jonathan Bergeron | Robert Bowen | Brandon Boyd | Stephanie Brown | Bumblebee | Adam Caldwell | Sandi Calistro | John Casey | Peter Chan | Damian Chavez | Nomi Chi | Dan Christofferson | Charles Clary | Cannon Dill | Dulk | Jason Edmiston | Jayde Fish | Jeremy Fish | Greg Gandy | Sergio Garcia | Frank Gonzales | Greg Gossel | Serge Gay Jr. | Happy D | Evan B Harris | Brandon Holt | Christine Hostetler | Zoe Keller | Caia Koopman | Alex Louisa | Cathy Lu | Ryan Malley | Jen Mann | Jeremy Mann | Caitlin McCormack | Meggs | Jose Mertz | Nadezda | Joanne Nam | Reuben Negron | Nicomi Nix Turner | Chelsea O'Byrne | Meryl Pataky | Daryll Peirce | Relm | Matt Ritchie | Jessica So Ren Tang | Amy Sol | Kevin Earl Taylor | Henrik Uldalen | Roos Vandervliet | Wiley Wallace | Helice Wen | Alex Yanes | Lauren YS | Kate Zambrano

Opening Saturday, May 6th from 6pm-9pm.
The exhibition will be on view through Saturday, May 27th.

Collector Preview
Facebook Event Page

For inquiries contact SF@spoke-art.com

Staf Magazine Interview & Velvet Club Poster: Málaga, Spain

Staf Magazine interview preview image

Staf Magazine recently interviewed me for "Mind the Gap: Una Obra Catártica." Staf is an art, skate, surf, music and culture mag based in Málaga, Spain. Give it a gander and scroll to the bottom of the article for ye ol' English version.

Velvet Club December Poster by Daryll Peirce

In conjunction with the interview, I created this poster for the December lineup of Málaga's own Velvet Club. It's been a while since I've worked up some hand-lettering and have been wanting an excuse to get back into some rock poster and other commercial work so thanks for the fun project!

Ghost Ship Fire Fundraisers

The recent Ghost Ship fire hit close to home and has shaken our community. A beacon in the wake of such a tragic event is that there are multiple forces–from art collectives, to us scrappy artists, to the major Oakland sports franchises coming together to raise money for those affected.

Below are two such events I'm participating in this weekend that are working to help aid and carry on the creative values that the Ghost Ship tenants and participants who are no longer with us supported. Both will be donating to the victims' general fund HERE, which can also be donated to directly.


Heart - A Two Day Fundraiser for Oakland at Faultline ArtSpace:
All artwork in the gallery will be auctioned silently with 25-100% of each sale (determined by the artist) going to the general relief fund. We're going to get as much art as we can, and the price ranges will be from under $10 up to a few thousand. Several of our studio artists will have their work available in their spaces and will be donating a share of sales to charities of their choosing.

When: 2-day event, Friday, Dec 10th from 5:30-9:00pm and Saturday Dec 11th from 11-5pm.
Where: Faultline ArtSpace, 850 42nd Ave #2D (Entrance and Parking at 815 High Street), Oakland

All work is viewable online for bidding here: http://www.faultlineartspace.com/heart-silent-auction/

Bidding closes at 5pm Saturday on all items.

Faultline will continue to raise funds for the Ghost Ship victims beyond this event. Follow them for updates.

This is a fundraiser, not a party.

Many of our neighbors will also be open Friday night. This Second Friday reception is held in conjunction with the 11th Annual Jingletown Winter Open Studios.

Participating galleries and artist studios include:
Faultline ArtSpace, Float Gallery, Ford Street Studios, Gray Loft Gallery, Jingletown Art Studios and Gallery


Wonderland SF's Holiday Show:
"This Saturday DECEMBER 10th lets give back! support local artists for a great cause! In the last few weeks there has been a few devastating events in the Bay Area and I know it’s hard to celebrate through these hard times. I would like to bring our art community together and do something positive that feels good. December 10, 2016 Wonderland SF will be having our holiday party and opening reception of $300 and under art from 6-10pm. All art will be $300 or less. I will be donating 10% of all the sales that day to the victims affected by the Oakland fire. Everyone is welcomed to this event."

Also bring an unwrapped toy. All toys will be donated to Toys for tots. Or, bring a warm coat to be delivered to different homeless camps here in SF.

Amazing art by: Abel Manolo, Alec Huxley, Alice Koswara, Amandalynn, Anderina Davila, ArtNwordz, Bernard Butler, Brandon Hurley, Chris W Stokes, Daryll Peirce, Doug Rhodes, Ekan, Fabiola Gironi, Gillian Lee Keller, Hillary williams, Jasper Steve Thomasa, Jeffrey Nemenzo, Jesus Hernandez, Jon Ching, Josh Thurman, Joshua Lawyer, Kean Egget, Kenneth Malone, Lindsay Millikan, Luciano Roque, Maggie hurley, Maureen Shields, Megan Shaffer, Melanie Alves, Michael Murphy, MJ Lindo, Nate 1, Olympia Altimir Galvez, Rachel Znerold, Renee Castro, Robert Bowen, Safi Kolozsvari, Shane Izykowski, Shannon Glasheen, Spencer Brown, Telopa, tessa Poppe, Tracy Piper, Ximena Rendon, Ytaelena Lopez, + more

When: Saturday December 10, 2016 -  6-10pm
Where: Wonderland SF, 1266 Valencia Street, SF, CA 94110

Ayiti Cheri - Mirus Gallery - Nov 5th - San Francisco


Hurricane Matthew has wreaked havoc in Haiti, hitting areas that still have not fully recovered from the earthquake there in 2010. It goes without saying that the most vulnerable people in this situation are the children of Port-au-Prince, in particular Cite Soleil, one of the most disadvantaged areas in the Western Hemisphere.

RAJEPRE School, founded in 2006 by Winter Luc, is a school and community organization dedicated to creating opportunities for young people in Cite Soleil. The school was badly damaged by the storm, and as a community hub, is in particular need of funds to help rebuild and assist the community (direct donation info).

Please join us at Mirus Gallery for a one-night fundraiser and silent art auction benefitting RAJEPRE and the community of Cite Soleil. This is an amazing opportunity to bid on works from major Bay Area artists while helping the people of Cite Soleil during this trying time.

Works available by:
Alice Koswara | L Jocelyn Herrada-Rios | Serge Gay Jr. | Akira Beard | Daryll Peirce | Kristin Farr | Ken Davis | Peter Adamyan | Max Kauffman | Kevin Earl Taylor | Brett Amory | Meryl Pataky | Ryan De La Hoz | Ferris Plock | Steve MacDonald | Jud Bergeron | Marcos La Farga | MARS-1 | Swampy (collection of Sheila Islam) | Robert Bowen | Ian Johnson | Jason Jagel | Sean Newport

Saturday, November 5th, 6-10pm.
Mirus Gallery: 540 Howard St, 3rd Fl, San Francisco

Sponsored by Mirus Gallery and Temescal Brewing. For sponsorship opportunities and donations, please contact event curator Crystal Townsend at hello@crystaltownsend.com.

Medithrive - Nov 3rd - San Francisco


This Thursday, my friends at Medithrive are kind enough to throw a nice reception for my works up in their Mission, SF shop. I’ll have a number of pieces on view, some extra goodies, and 30 free prints for the first guests to arrive.

Medithrive will be providing refreshments and offering a buy one eighth, get one free deal for the evening. Pacific Remedy will also be joining us and offering a buy one pre roll, get one free deal as well. All new members receive a 20% discount on their first order and a welcome gift bag valued over $50.

Here’s the rub–you’ll need a current doctor’s recommendation and California ID to attend.

Thursday, November 3rd, 6-9pm at Medithrive
1933 Mission St (between 15th & 16th), San Francisco, 94103

Ad Hoc Art 10 Year Anniversary & Luna Park’s Book - Brooklyn, NY

I’m happy to be showing with my Ad Hoc friends again this Saturday night for their big 10-year anniversary show and book launch for Luna Park's (UN)SANCTIONED: The Art of New York Streets.


Artists: Alison Buxton, AVOID, Becky Fuller, Billy Mode, Brian Life, Caleb Neelon, Cash4, Celso, Cern, Chris RWK, Christopher Cardinale, Col Wallnuts, CRASH, Cycle, Dan Witz, Daryll Peirce, Dave Loewenstein, Don Leicht, Elle, Ellis Gallagher, Emily Bicht, EpicUno, Ewelina Koszykowska, Ezra Li Eismont, Fumero, Gaia, Garrison Buxton, Gigi Chen, Greg Lamarche, Halcyon Buxton, Hellbent, Icy & Sot, Infinity, JC, J Corp, Jaime Rojo, Jenna Morello, Jennifer Caviola, Jennifer Harris, Joe Iurato, Joe Russo, John Ahearn, John Breiner, John Fekner, Jonathan Villoch, Jordan Seiler, Josh Macphee, Kevin Caplicki, Kimyon Huggins, Lady Pink, Lmnopi, LogikOne, Luna Park, Magda Love, Marthalicia Matarrita, Mike Fitzsimmons, Molly Crabapple, Nathan Pickett, Nancie Yang, Noh J Coley, Peat Wollaeger, Peru Ana Ana Peru, Peter Carroll, Praxis, Pufferella, Queen Andrea, RJ Rushmore, Ray Cross, Royce Bannon, Reid Harris, Royal Kingbee, Ryan Seslow, Sam Horine, SeeOne, Sest2, Shiro, Sinned, Solus, Sonni, SpazeCraft, Specter, Steve Harrington, Stikman, Subtexture, Tod Seelie, Thundercut, TooFly, Veng RWK, Wane COD, YesOne, Zam, and more.
AD HOC ART's 10 year Anniversary & Luna Park's book launch

Exhibition and book launch opens Saturday, October 22nd, from 6-10pm

17 Frost Gallery: Brooklyn, NY 11211

For more info on panel discussions, art-making workshops and events each weekend see AdHocArt.org

What’s Left SF - Luna Rienne Gallery - San Francisco

Sink or Swim

It's a perpetual struggle to stay afloat, both mentally and physically, under this weighted peninsula of energy and constant change. We can feel entirely overwhelmed and consumed while treading against ever-increasing currents of change and tidal surges, which are only intensified by life in the city. However, it is these same shifts that force internal change and can deliver a wealth of inspiration if you can only catch a breath to notice.

Created for the "What's Left SF" group showat Luna Rienne Galery featuring the following artists who’ve all lived and worked in San Francisco in the past decade:

Alec Huxley | Amanda Lynn | Andy Stattmiller | Brett Crawford | Brian Barneclo | Damon Soule | Daryll Peirce | David Young V | Delphyne Veyrat d'Urbet | Greg Pnut Galinsky | Justin Lovato | Kim Cogan | Leon Loucheur | Monty Guy | Nate1Tan | NoMe Edonna | Reuben Rude | Sirron Norris | Sparkles Positron | t.w.five | Ursula Young

"Many artists have begun their careers in San Francisco, flourished here, and, most likely, felt a shift in the zeitgeist of the city in recent years. Whether positive or negative, SF has left an indelible impression on them, and they would like the city’s current population to contemplate, celebrate, and otherwise react to their reflections. The purpose of the exhibition, which asks both “what has left” and “what is left", is to increase the dialogue about what some perceive as a diaspora and a cultural divide."

Opening Saturday, October 22, 6-9pm and showing through December 5, 2016

Luna Rienne Gallery, 3318 22nd Street (@Valencia), SF.


ArtSpan Open Studios & Reception at the Midway SF


In it's inaugural year participating in ArtSpan’s San Francisco Open Studios, The Midway Gallery will be exhibiting the artwork of its Artist in Residency artists for the first time. Join us for music, drinks, bites and artist talks!

Exhibiting artists: Tracey Kessler | Isis Hockenos | Christine Aria | Justyn Zolli
Travis Ridlehuber | Kat Geng | Daryll Peirce | Roxanna Shohadaee |
Rebecca Whipple and honorary guest Jennifer King

Opening Reception: Friday, October 21st from 6-9pm
Open Studio Hours: 11am-6pm Sat the 22nd & Sun the 23rd
The Midway: 900 Marin Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
Facebook event page here.