miércoles, 5 de septiembre de 2012

BlabWorld at Copro NAsson and Live Free at Hellion Gallery.

"Invasores" 36x36 acrylic/watercolor on canvas for the Blab World Show at Copro Nasson Gallery


BLABWORLD (formerly BLAB! magazine) -- a deluxe anthology of art, illustration, found graphics, and sequential art -- is the brainchild of Chicago-based art director and designer Monte Beauchamp, whose work has appeared in GRAPHIS, PRINT, COMMUNICATION ARTS, AMERICAN ILLUSTRATION, and THE SOCIETY OF ILLUSTRATORS. He has received numerous design awards for Excellence in Print and Television Communications. His books include: STRIKING IMAGES: Vintage Matchbook Cover Art (Chronicle Books), KRAMPUS: The Devil of Christmas (Last Gasp), THE LIFE & TIMES OF R. CRUMB (St. Martin's Press), NEW & USED BLAB! (Chronicle), and DEVILISH GREETINGS (Fantagraphics).

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 8, 8:00 – 11:30 p.m.
Copro Gallery - Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Ave , Unit T5, Santa Monica , CA 90404












"Injured Wolf Queen" 18x24 waterclor on paper for Mike MAxwell Live Free at The Hellion Gallery

"Dead Wolf KIng" 18x24 waterclor on paper for Mike MAxwell Live Free at The Hellion Gallery


Mike Maxwell
Live Free Podcast
Mikes statement about the podcast.
From a young age people have been comfortable sharing with me their personal experiences and feelings. Over the past few years I began listening to podcasts such as This American Life, The Joe Rogan Experience, and Marc Maron’s WTF. As I began listening to Comedians tell their life stories. I thought it would be great to get to know visual artists better in this way. There was a lack of content out there, so I thought what better time to fill this void? So I did. I’ve recorded 80 episodes mostly focusing on visual artists and what led them into a creative lifestyle. This art show is to showcase their work and their stories.

http://www.helliongallery.com/?page_id=411




Had some accidents with the art arriving at POrtland, the glass protecting the watercolors got smashed!I problaly did a shitty job at packing them (But I think I did a good job) so I guess USPS sucks and tehy throw stuff around a lot.










Thank to Matt at Hellion Gallery, he is going to get them fixed for the show and the artwork was unharmed.