General Admission and Subliminal Projects

General Admission and Subliminal Projects have teamed up with artists Hassan Rahim, Nathan Bell, and Buckley on a series of limited edition screen prints to bring awareness to a handful of non-profits this holiday season. Each print is screen printed on heavyweight paper, and come in editions of 25, signed and numbered by the artists. All profits will support the artists, the Los Angeles-based non-profit World Harvest Charities, and a non profit of each artists choice dedicated to racial justice and equality. This initiative will be supporting the organizations below.

World Harvest Food Bank -

Curb Prisons -

Equal Justice Initiative -

The World Stage -

About Subliminal: 

Subliminal Projects is a multi-functional project space and gallery established by Shepard Fairey and Blaize Blouin in 1995 as a way to introduce skateboard culture and design to the art world. The concept grew and found roots later in Los Angeles, at a time when many artists found themselves shut out by the “art scene.” Subliminal Projects emerged as a gallery that championed emerging and marginalized artists, built out of cultural importance to serve as a center for the community to openly express and spark dialogue about art, music and activism. Now located in the historic neighborhood of Echo Park, Subliminal Projects continues to offer a platform for artistic exploration and innovation.

Nathan Bell

Hassan Rahim


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