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2015 Bayou Boogaloo Commemorative Poster
The Tenth Annual 2015 Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo Commemorative Poster by artist Becky Fos features an underwater view of a large-mouth bass in the forefront with the festival, historic bayou banks, and sunset in the background. The medium is oil paint on canvas by way of pallet knife providing a deep, thick, raised texture that enlivens the bright colors of the fish scales. The poster print is measures 22" x 25-1/2" printed on 130# stock with an aqueous coating and is available either signed or unsigned. Limited quantities available. All posters ordered online during the week of the festival (May 11-15) will be shipped the following week (May 18-22).
2014 Bayou Boogaloo Commemorative Poster
The 2014 Bayou Boogaloo Commemorative Poster by artist Jacques Soulas is a Gouache on Paper depiction of a typical day at the Bayou Boogaloo. Seen from the perspective of bicycle riders approaching the festival, the 2014 poster celebrates the relaxed, natural and activity rich environment of Bayou St. John. The pastoral image is faithfully reproduced as a SilkScreen Print. The poster measures 24" x 13" and is printed on Mohawk Superfine art paper in 6 brilliant colors surrounded by a pastel eggshell color border. The edition of 300 signed and numbered prints is sure to be a Sold Out collectible. Soulas, a French native and Bayou St. John resident, owns Cafe Degas restaurant on Esplanade Avenue not far from the Bayou Boogaloo site. He paints mostly in oils in a style similar to contemporary realism. As a medium, Gouche is similar to watercolor but modified with chalk to add opacity and reflective qualities. The focus on cyclists for this year's poster is in reference to the long-anticipated ground breaking of the Lafitte Corridor bike path that will connect Bayou St. John to downtown New Orleans.
2013 Bayou Boogaloo Commemorative Poster
The official 2013 Bayou Boogaloo fine art print is by renown deaf New Orleans Artist Christy Works-Boutte. In this piece, titled Mid-CiTree, Christy uses her expressionist style with palette knife applied oil paints to relate how important the damaged Oak Trees along Bayou St. John are to the people of Mid-City. These fine art prints are silk-screened using a true 4 color process with an additional UV clear over the image. A 20”x 28” 100# Mohawk superfine PH neutral acid free cover paper creates a great substrate for the vibrant inks. As one of New Orleans most prolific poster artists in the last decade, Christy is honored to create her first Bayou Boogaloo Fine Art Print.
2012 Bayou Boogaloo Commemorative Poster
The official 2012 Bayou Boogaloo fine art print by Isabelle Jacopin, who lives and works in the Dordogne region of Southwest France when she’s not painting in New Orleans. Her subject is the ‘Magnolia Bridge’, silkscreened using a true 4 color process with an additional UV clear over the image. An 18”x24” 100# Mohawk superfine PH neutral acid free cover paper creates a great substrate for the vibrant inks. Isabelle’s abstract strokes are quick, fluid and confident, capturing the spontaneity of the moment with decisive and vivid color and texture.
2011 Bayou Boogaloo Commemorative Poster
Bayou Boogaloo T-Shirts
Ladies Poster Art T-Shirt
Bayou Boogaloo Hat or Visor
The Official 2015 Bayou Boogaloo hats and visors are unconstructed chino washed cotton twill. They have self fabric closures with deluxe ring buckle. The inside has 4 rows of stitches sweatband. The bills are pre-curved with contrasting underbill.
10th Anniversary Car Magnet
2015 Lapel Pins
The Official 2010 Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo Poster by Mike Williamson is a portrait of New Orleans R&B legend Walter "Wolfman" Washington. The image is printed offset on eighty pound (80#) silk cover with an aqueous coat to protect the inks. Final poster size is 15"w x 25"h with 10% recovered fiber and 100% all post consumer fiber.