Tiny Showcase

Created by Jon Buonaccorsi and Shea'la Finch in 2004, Tiny Showcase established an entirely new forum for promoting emerging and established artists, providing affordable art in totally casual atmosphere, and supporting charitable causes.

This was achieved by using the internet, uncompromisingly high-quality print reproduction techniques and our wits.

Every Tuesday, Tiny Showcase releases a limited edition of phenomenal art at affordable prices for you and yours. A portion of the proceeds are donated to the charity of the week, which has been chosen by the featured artist. (Since 2004, we've raised over $100,000 for various organizations.) Originally established to circumnavigate the limitations of traditional galleries, TS began by offering limited edition museum quality archival prints at affordable prices.

Over the years we've kept it fresh by expanding to include: letterpress prints, screen prints, foil-press prints, lunar calendars, the Learning Press poster series, sculptures, comics, books, book marks, book plates, tee shirts, stickers, caps, pins, at least one flag, zines, and whatever other schemes come to mind.

In addition to curating a new print every week, Tiny Showcase has curated exhibitions in New York City, Edinburgh (Scotland) and Providence, RI.

Normally referred to "innovative" and "extremely attractive" and at least once referred to as "the independent record label of the art world," Tiny Showcase has earned mention in countless in-print and online publications including: The New York Times, Nylon (twice), O the Oprah Magazine, Real Simple, ReadyMade, The Stranger, WIRED (a couple times), Vanity Fair, and Bloomberg Businessweek as one of America's Most Promising Startups.

We sent out a weekly email announcing the print of the week and sometimes whatever else we accidentally write about. You can sign up for it here.

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