We feel like everyone we like has a Frank Lloyd Wright love affair. One of our favorite drives is passing by the Marin County Civic Center and absorbing the unique way the building traverses across the hills. The Guggenheim in NYC is another stunning part of our lives, with its unmatched art viewing experience. And quietly, a favorite Wright design has always been the The George Sturges House in Brentwood, California, just a brilliantly signature Wright family residence design. There are so many incredible Wright architecture projects that it may be hard to name a favorite, but the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art Gallery have teamed up for a special series of prints in Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless that shows just the beauty of Wright's work. The virtual collection, available to purchase now, features contemporary illustrators and artists recreating Wright's classics in WPA-poster style aesthetics. 

Among the list of participating artists are returning guests Max Dalton from Argentina, Alison King from Phoenix, Steve Thomas from Minnesota, François Schuiten from Belguim and George
Townley from the United Kingdom; as well as newcomers Jon Arvizu from Phoenix, Dave Perillo from Philadelphia, Aaron Stouffer from Phoenix, Bruce Yan from Seattle, Phantom City Creative from Toronto. Limited high-quality, hand-numbered posters featured in the series will be available to purchase at Spoke- Art.com as serigraphs or archival pigment prints, also known as screen prints or giclées, range in price from $40 to $75 per print.

“Our collaboration with Spoke Art is one of my favorite projects, because it exemplifies the creative ways the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is working to advance its mission,” said Goodman. “By asking this talented cadre of diverse artists to reinterpret Wright’s designs in their own style, we are able to inspire new audiences to discover and embrace an architecture for better living. We know that more people will learn about the Wright legacy through this show, and it will challenge them to make, in Wright’s words, ‘world a better one for living in.’”

Goodman stressed that the popularity of the show means that collectors need to act fast to be certain to secure their favorites. “Last year, these limited edition works of art went fast, both to followers of Wright’s work and fans of these incredible artists, he said. “And, when they’re gone, they’re gone. So, be sure to be first in line when they go on sale.”