2021 Street Art Calendar – January

Viaduct arts | January Featured Artist

Cloe Ashton @obviouslycloe
Photographer: Portland Street Art Alliance

New Year, New Calendar, New Format!

B&B is thrilled to be a partner with the Portland Street Art Alliance once again in 2021. Our calendar showcases many amazing works around the greater Portland, Oregon area. These installations were produced by a number of talented artists in the community.

This year we’ve taken it up a notch, utilizing all our equipment in-house to produce individual monthly sheets on a variety of stocks using our new Xerox Iridesse Press. What’s cool is that we applied gold and silver inks under full-color process to illustrate the opportunities our new technologies have to offer!

There is a stand to assemble to hold the individual sheets throughout the year. This was printed and digitally die-cut on our large format equipment. The box it comes in was printed on our 40″ KBA offset press, die-cut, scored, folded, and glued on our state of the art packaging equipment. Truly a composite of so many capabilities and opportunities in print to celebrate!

Contact us today to get your 2021 B&B / PSAA Street Art Calendar!

BB Print Source jan 2021 Street Art Calendar


About the Work

Cloe Ashton is an illustrator living in Portland. Working in a wide variety of mediums, her pieces speak to an activist spirit, veering from the low-brow whimsy to subversive. With her first mural, Cloe experimented with special reflective spray paint on the ghost bike. Shine a bright light or flash on it and see it glow!

This mural represents massive bike rides that normally occur throughout the month of June in Portland, a festival called Pedalpalooza. In times like these, we have an opportunity to reflect on why we gather, what it means, and how we can make the streets safer.

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About Portland Street Art
Portland Street Art Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides access to resources, networking platforms, and professional development opportunities for Pacific Northwest street artists. Since its founding in 2012, PSAA has managed over 100 private and publicly-funded street art projects, collaborating with hundreds of artists in the region. PSAA’s mission is to actively transform the public art landscape by developing more inclusive place-based programs and increasing access to art for everyone in the city.