Daily Dose Pick: Edition One Hundred

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Online gallery Edition One Hundred sells exclusive works in 100-print runs for $100 each, with 10% of every purchase going toward a charity of the artist’s choice.

Founder Cat Jimenez created the project to make art both more affordable and more easily available. Organized around curated online exhibitions, the site, which launched in June, currently features two exhibits: I Love LA and Freedom & Revolution. The third show, Delayed Gratification, is set to debut next month and run until the end of the year.

Explore the exhibits at the Edition One Hundred site, learn more about the artists involved and their chosen charities, read a profile of featured artist Tasya Van Ree, sign up for the Edition One Hundred mailing list, and shop for limited-edition prints.

Click through below for a gallery of images from the site.

Estevan Oriol, L.A. Fingers, archival pigment print made on Mohawk ProPhoto paper 260 gsm, 11 x 16 inches (Exhibit: I Love LA)

Katie Shapiro, Owen Eyes Light, archival pigment print, 12 x 16 inches (Exhibit: I Love LA)

Miles Regis, Dig Yourself And You Will Be Dug, five-color serigraph on Coventry Rag Vellum 320 gm/wt, printed by modern multiples, 16 x 16 inches (Exhibit: I Love LA)

Tasya van Ree, Queen of Hearts, giclee printed on Hahnemuhle fine art paper 308 gsm, 17 x 22 inches (Exhibit: I Love LA)

B+ (aka Brian Cross), Recife Carnival, traditional C-print made by the artist on Fuji color paper, 11 x 14 inches (Exhibit: I Love LA)

Augustine Kofie, Muchas Los Angeles, three-color serigraph on coventry rag vellum 320 gm/wt, printed by modern multiples, 14 x 14.5 inches (Exhibit: I Love LA)

Cynthia Loebe, 120 Feet, archival pigment print made on Mohawk ProPhoto paper 260 gsm, 12.5 x 18.5 inches (Exhibit: Freedom & Revolution)

Kevin Hayes, Untitled, archival pigment print made on Mohawk ProPhoto paper 260 gsm, 12.5 x 18.5 inches (Exhibit: Freedom & Revolution)

B+ (aka Brian Cross), J Dilla at Board, traditional C-print made by the artist on fuji color paper, 11 x 14 inches (Exhibit: Freedom & Revolution)

Wendell McShine, The Dream Weaver, three-color serigraph on stonehenge 260 gm/wt, printed by modern multiples, 12 x 18 inches (Exhibit: Freedom & Revolution)

Retna, Future in Her Eyes, archival pigment print with patterned screen, printed by modern multiples, 16 x 20 inches (Exhibit: Freedom & Revolution)

Miles Regis, Mind Free, three-color serigraph, 12 x 18 inches (Exhibit: Freedom & Revolution)

Ardith Ibañez Nishii, Loves Comes First, one-color serigraph on stonehenge 260 gsm, 12 x 18 inches (Exhibit: Freedom & Revolution)

Brooke Ashe, Desperate Times, five-color serigraph, 11 x 17 inches (Exhibit: Freedom & Revolution)