Alp Ozberker is a well-known San Francisco artist who has been described as both a magician and a technician in the art of printmaking. He studied in Paris, France before taking up printmaking at the deYoung Museum Art School in San Francisco in the 1970s.
Alp taught printmaking at the Graphic Arts Workshop in San Francisco and as a visiting artist at the University of California, Stanislaus. He is a past director of the California Society of Printmakers, past president of the Artists' Guild of San Francisco and a member of the San Francisco Society of Fine Arts.
Ozberker is a master printer and operates a small edition house in addition to doing his own printmaking. He currently works from his Point Richmond, California studio
near Berkley and just across the bay from San Francisco.
Ozberker exhibits his work frequently in local and international venues and serves on jury panels for local art shows in the Bay Area.
June, 2012: We now have three major suppliers for our products that include CafePress, Zazzle and Spreadshirt.
The reason why we have several suppliers
is because no single supplier can
provide us with the products that we
believe our customers want. For
example, if you click on our OZBERKER
Messenger Bag (mfr'd by Rickshaw) shown on this page you'll be taken to our Zazzle store.
If you click on our exciting new flip flop
line you'll go to our CafePress store.
Whatever you do, please don't panic if one store looks a bit different than another. We're working to eliminate any
possible confusion that our customers may experience as they shop with us by consolidating our suppliers.
In the meantime, we appreciate your patience.
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Our friend Alp Ozberker has been busy sending us new artwork designs to incorporate into our product lines. Below are some examples of the designs
that we've received recently and which
you will see on many of our products in
the next couple of weeks.
Messenger Bags (Mfr: Rickshaw Zero Messenger
Sweats & Hoodies
OZBERKER Fashion Accessories
aren't many artists that I know of who have a
body of work that reflects the very unique and
authentic vibe of San Francisco.
Fortunately, I found such an artist purely by chance while
on vacation about two years ago in, of all
places, the Bahamas. And I wasn't even
looking to meet such a person. But it was
there that I met
Alp Ozberker who I later discovered was a very
well-known abstract artist living in San
I confess that I'm a child of the '50s -- which
makes me a teen-ager of the '60s. While I
don't honestly know much about the technical
aspects of high-quality abstract art -- the kind
that Alp creates -- I do know what looks really cool
and what doesn't. And since authentic
"coolness" never really goes out of style I
became convinced that others would appreciate
Alp's designs as well.
My company has now collaborated with Alp to introduce a striking
new line of women's casual apparel and
accessories featuring reproductions of some of
his most sought after original art designs.
Each authentic design has been carefully
selected to reflect the uniqueness of the San
Francisco art world. I fact, I believe
that each garment is a worthy piece of authentic
artwork in itself.
Fair Warning: If you're a traditional,
buttoned-down woman who can't bring herself to
try something new then you probably won't be
happy with most of our clothing. But if
there's a free spiritscreaming to get out then
I'm sure you'll find something you like right
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