Crewest is pleased to announce “Printed II” an exhibition curated by Two Rabbits Studios and featuring the best selection of hand printed art posters by some of today’s most innovative street artists, activists, and designers.
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 5th, 2009 from 6pm to 9pm featuring live printing by Two Rabbits and featured artist Ron Donovan of Firehouse & the Nor-Cal Posse.
Show runs thru December 31st, 2009.
Adam Hathorn, Ashira Siegel, Billy Bishop, Bill Green, Branded, Hit + Run, Cat Cult, Clint Wilson, Contra One, Dash 2000 Fidel, Delicious Design League, Deadmundo, Dethkills, DKNG, Enik, Euth One, Firehouse, Geraldine Lozano, Hero Design Studio, Ken Garduno, Mas, Max Nuetra, Mad One, Man One, Michael Alvarez, Michael Hsiung, Miles Grobman, Neko Sluts Crew, Ron Donovan from Firehouse & The Nor-Cal Posse, Septerhed, Shark Toof, SPRFKR, The Bungaloo, Tom Haubrick, WERC, Will Manville, Vyal, Yo What Happened To Peace and more…
“A massive underground sensation, The Big Lebowski has been hailed as the first cult film of the internet age. In this book, 21 fans and scholars address the film’s influences—westerns, noir, grail legends, the 1960s, and Fluxus—and its historical connections to the first Iraq war, boomers, slackerdom, surrealism, college culture, and of course bowling. The Year’s Work in Lebowski Studies contains neither arid analyses nor lectures for the late-night crowd, but new ways of thinking and writing about film culture.”
– From the Indiana University Press web site. I just did the cover.
Thanks to everyone who made it out to Ultra Pop! last Friday and thanks to Ultra Paul for the venue. Come December 4th, he’s going to take it all down and ceremoniously chuck it into the Ohio river so giddy up and see it if you didn’t get a chance yet. Here are some photos from opening night.
Jim Hoosier (“Liam” from The Big Lebowski) stopped by my set-up at the last Los Angeles Downtown Art Walk to inspect my “Dios Mio” art print. We were able to snap this photo just before some purple jump-suited creep accosted my both shouting something about a day of rest and what he was going to do to me on Wednesday. Luckily a bag of bird seed fell from his pants and he ran off in humiliation.
So the day is finally here. My art show VECTORLAND opens tonight and I don’t know what to say about it that I haven’t already said. My brain is caught in a fog of tryptophan and Claratin-D™ and I want to spend my last day in Louisville driving around and pointing out what’s changed and not sitting here hunched over a laptop in Highland coffee*. But I’ve got to keep the updates coming so please enjoy this photo of me and my dog Ringo until I think of something better to post.
Now that I’ve found a place to get screen prints again, I’ve got the first 18” x 24” print of my VECTORLAND series available for sale. Thanks to Two Rabbits studios somewhere in a warehouse in downtown Los Angeles for knocking them out. We only printed 40 of them and, as of this post, there are 29 left. Please, inspect them.