Congrats to Rotofugi for hitting the 10 year mark. In celebration of this, they’re hosting a gallery show titled 10 X 10. Every piece in the show is 10" x 10", and everyone involved has shown at the gallery in the past.
Also participating in the show is: 64 Colors, Adam DeVarney, Alisa Ross (40 Threads), Andrea Kang, APAK, Blutt, Brandon Steen, Bwana Spoons, Camilla d'Errico, Chad Kouri, CHema Skandal!, Chris Austin, Chris Uphues, David Rettker, Derek Hess, Gabe Lanza, J*Ryu, Jason Chalker, Jason Limon, Jeramiah Ketner, Jeremy Tinder, Jesse Narens, Jesse Reno, Jim Pavelec, Joey Potts, Jon Knox, Jon McNair, Jonathan Bergeron, Joseph Scarano, Kelly Pelka, Kelly Vivanco, Ken Keirns, Lana Crooks, Little Friends of Printmaking, Mark Brown, Mark Nagata, Mark Pilon, Max Bare, Michael Slack, Mike Budai, Mitch O'Connell, Netherland, Ralph Cosentino, Revize CMW, Rudy Fig, Ryan Heshka, Scribe, Shannon Bonatakis, Steve Seeley, Taiko Fujimura, Tony Rabit, Travis Lampe, Veggiesomething & Yosiell Lorenzo
If you find yourself in Chicago this month, stop by and check it out. More info can be found here.
F.L.A. Gallery Presents:
Curated by Cinders Projects
February 23rd - March 24th, 2013
Opening Reception Saturday, February 23, 7-10pm
Swoon, Elisita Punto, Maya Hayuk, Xander Marro, Micah Daw, Anders Nilsen, Neil Burke, Sto Len, Frederic Fleury, Leif Goldberg, Rob Doran, Jungil Hong, Brian Chippendale, Conrad Carlson, Megan Whitmarsh, Morgan Blair, Dessarae Bassil, John Orth, Kelie Bowman, Dave Kinsey, Edie Fake, Langdon Graves, Chris Duncan, Jim Houser, Mike Taylor, Mark Todd, Esther Pearl Watson, Matt Furie, James Moore, Michael Velliquette, Jesse LeDoux, Stephanie Hutin, Aidan Koch, Florencio Zavala, Alexis Anne Mackenzie, Allyson Mellberg, Jeremy Taylor, Brian Willmont, Jessie Rose Vala.
In an age of digitally manipulated imagery and visual consumption via computer screens, it is all the more important to remember to get our hands dirty and take a look at actual objects in the three dimensional world.
Dirty Fingers focuses on a group of artists that are continuing to use various forms of printmaking as a viable contemporary medium. Silkscreening, etching, stenciling, and woodblock printing are some of the methods used in this large group exhibition featuring a wide range of imagery and content. The immediacy and accessibility of printmaking creates a medium that can be mass-produced in editions and sold affordably. The process of hand-printing also adds the distinction of the human hand at work, revealing its slight imperfections and labor to be quite refreshing to see. Join us for a showcase of our favorite printmakers from around the world.
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Gainesville, FL 32601
thurs-sat 5-10pm, sunday noon-5pm
In 2005, Minus the Bear asked me to create a tour poster for them. I enjoyed working with them, and apparently, the feeling was mutual because I've done several posters for them since. While discussing the poster for their tour this past fall, Erin, the drummer asked if I'd be interested in doing a video for their next single. My response was something to the effect of, "Duh. Of course!"
I bought a Risograph somewhat on a whim last year and then found myself too busy to use it. This year, I'm hoping to change that. First up is a small twelve page 2-color booklet called, In the Blink of an Eye. It's been a fun late-night diversion. They'll be available in the shop once they're finished. Stay tuned...
Although I created these 3 prints a while back, they're just now available from my site. The ink on ink on ink on ink on ink turned out really well with these. They'll also be available at Giant Robot's PRINTED MATTER show, if you're in L.A.
I have a few prints in the new show opening this Saturday at Giant Robot in Los Angeles. Check it out if you're in the area!
Currently neck deep, directing new video for Minus the Bear. The plan is for it to be finished by the end of the year.
R.I.P. Old website. Nearly seven years is a great run, ol' buddy. But toward the end, as your script warnings came more frequently and your international shipping modules became irreparable, we both knew your days were numbered.
And with that, please welcome this new website into the wide world of web. The images are now larger, the portfolio is quicker to navigate, and folks outside the U.S. can finally place orders to their heart's content.