An interactive iPad experience showcasing Brandon and Jason’s painting process. Watch them complete one of their pieces and view the full gallery of work.


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Inside of Brandon Friend and Jason Douglas Griffin’s studio is an entrance to a place called “The Atlantic.” A realm of constant, violent motion that demands an animal will for survival and the ingenuity to craft foggy concepts into concrete. It is a world not unlike our own, but the distractions of day-to-day minutia are stripped away. The artist’s role is […]


9 April

FAQ: Where did the name come from?

Posted in 2014, FAQ

At our shows, studio visits, and interviews  we are asked many questions surrounding the nature of our collaboration. We generally keep an open book policy regarding our process and would like to begin shedding some light around some frequently asked questions. One of the most common inquiry we receive is about where our collaborative title […]

31 March

Gentleman’s Game at Project Gallery, Hollywood CA

We are excited to be participating in an upcoming show at Project Gallery in Hollywood, CA. On display will be a complete series of our Sea Riders and Archers, Merchant & Harvest Goddesses, and some other new surprises… If you are in the area or know someone in LA that would be interested in attending […]


  • Brooklyn Rail

    Brandon Friend and Jason Douglas Griffin, the duo behind the collaborative entity “Gentleman’s Game,” put forth a number of mixed media works from their current Atlantic series… …depicted in a dilapidated future state, either drowned in ocean swells or otherwise reclaimed by nature.”                                               Click here for more details

    - Brooklyn Rail
  • Hi Fructose

    HI FRUCTOSE recently featured our work on their site in a review of Armory Week 2014. The Archer continues to be a stand out. Currently on display at 1155 Avenue of the Americas through June 13th accompanied by 25 other large scale pieces from our Atlantic series.


    Click here for more details

    - Hi Fructose
  • Sélavy Says

    Gentleman’s Game is Brandon Friend and Jason Douglas Griffin.  Though they have similar sensibilities, each is a lauded artist in his own right with stylistic particularities and distinct processes.  Their oh-so-suave shared canvasses explore themes such as pop culture, myth, and competition.

    Read The Interview

    - Sélavy Says

Gentleman’s Game is a collaboration of NYC artist’s Brandon Friend & Jason Douglas Griffin. All artwork is made by both in a seamlessly integrated process in their Long Island City studio. Visit the video section of this site to view a complete time-lapse of the creation of Atlantic, a signature piece in the latest series.