This exhibition is a celebration of the history of Kayrock Screenprinting. This modest silkscreen and design studio has forged working relationships with most of the famous or infamous artists, musicians, and sybarites in Williamsburg and Manhattan of the last five years. Their work has been exhibited in Munich, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Chicago, Cleveland, and New York. They have also done work for Deitch Projects, Pierogi, Wayne Gonzales, Cory Archangel, Fred Tomaselli, Amy Sillman, Andrew W.K., Cecily Brown, Alexis Rockman, and Downtown for Democracy. An edition of 13 prints will be created for the exhibition. Some of the gems of the edition include the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ first tour poster, Maxi Geil and Playcolt (Guy Richard Smit), the 2003 Social Registry CMJ showcase poster, and several other posters which step on the toes of such art luminaries as Josef Albers, Chuck Close, Arthur Arbit, and that guy that drew a snowman in a snowstorm.