HIP HOP by Brian Finn

Station 16


Amongst our recent bad luck, we are powering through to bring you a brand new show at Station16 Gallery! We welcome Montreal designer and artist Brian Finn. The show opens this Friday November 15th from 7pm-11pm! You can join the Facebook event HERE. From this collection of over 100 hand-drawn portraits, detailing artists of the HIP HOP genre both dead and still alive, Station16 & Brian Finn have selected 5 drawings and produced limited edition silkscreen prints. They are editions of 20, signed and numbered, and available now on our site!

For his first show, the artist Brian Finn as chosen to aim big by releasing his body of work that includes 100 portraits of influential artists from the “Golden years” of Hip Hop. The show is the result of 10 years of work and a motivation to pay homage to the culture. A secret never before seen piece will also be released during the show. 

Brian Finn is also art director for Pop Headwear a Montreal based company in full expansion, in part because of their collaboration with Ride Shake Down and Osheaga 2013. 

The pricing for the pieces will be based off the number of “likes” on his instagram account which has gotten a huge following of 17K shortly after its opening. 

There will be a silent auction from (OCTOBER 5th TO NOVEMBER 2nd) to raise money for the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation, three drawings will be selected for the occasion. 

Dj Blaster and Dj Kassimo will be mixing to put us in the mood by playing tracks selected only from the 100 exposed artists.