New Prints from Morley

Really dig what Morley does. The LA based street artist has recently been brought back to our attention via The OutsidersSteven Lazarides’ gallery / tribe / shop for his select group of exhibiting artists with uniquely urban ethics.

Morley, as a wheatpasting king of sorts, has been exhibiting since 2011 and active much longer. Armed with positive slogans and wicked design ideas, Morley’s become a much-loved figure (practically the alternative) of the international art scene. A self-portrait will always feature as a trademark element of his sloganeering, a passive swipe at the “mystery” aspect that’s became an overly focussed part of street art.

Check this short video from 2011 to get an idea of how he works and what he’s about.

Last week The Outsiders announced four new prints available in strictly limited editions. The ‘Life’ print is probably my favourite work of his to date, appealing to the Nintendo child in me as well as the less-stressed optimist. The four new prints include artist proof’s, made alongside the regular editions, and “feature one-off colourways, gold versions, pink shimmer prints and embossed paper”. Take a look at the prints below, signed and number by the artist, available exclusively through The Outsiders (

via The Outsiders
Sloganeer Morley pastes pieces of post-ironic cheer across his native Los Angeles and beyond. His four new gloss screen print editions are accompanied by completely unique APs – many on metallic and embossed paper – which we’re making available especially too. They follow a rash of sold-out runs from the world’s most agreeable young vandal. All are on sale right now.