Limited Edition Mischief from Momiji x Gary Ham

Momiji Hermees & Tiny Trickster

Today sees the launch of Gary Ham‘s much-loved Hermees character – presented with a spooky Halloween twist – as a Momiji message doll containing a tiny folded card for your own, handwritten secret message. Momiji Hermees and Tiny Trickster are available exclusively from

Hermees is a Halloween-obsessed bat. He enjoys playing tricks more than the treats. His bff is Tiny Trickster who prefers the treats over the tricks. So much so that he sucks the sweet out of sweets! — Gary Ham


Only 750 hand-numbered pieces of Momiji Hermees and his sidekick Tiny Trickster have been produced and come packaged in Momiji’s signature noodle boxes with an outer gift box.

Save the Date! Dreams ‘Small Art, Big Imaginations’


Leanna Lin’s Wonderland ends a magical year with Dreams ‘Small Art, Big Imaginations.’ For this ‘cash & carry’ art show, Leanna Lin invited a few of her favorite artists to share works inspired by their own dreams. All artwork will be 10″ x 10″ or smaller and ready to take home upon purchase. Dreams is the perfect show for the holiday season. Gift an original piece of art to your loved one or add a new piece to your own art collection.

Participating artists include Bored Inc., CJ Metzger, Crowded Teeth, Flat Bonnie, Genevieve Santos, Janie XY, Misha Lulu, Mister Toast, Nan Lawson, Naoshi, and Tiffany Liu.

Dreams opens on Saturday, November 7 with a reception from 6-10pm. The show will run through December 24. Because this is a ‘cash & carry’ show, be sure to get there early for your first choice!

Corey Helford Gallery Presents ‘Your Pencilled Masses, Yearning To Be Free’

Brandi Milne

Brandi Milne

While Corey Helford Gallery prepares for the inaugural opening of their new location, they’ve decided to host one more surprise group exhibition at CHG Circa in Culver City! “Your Pencilled Masses, Yearning To Be Free”- a multi-figure colored pencil group show – opens this Saturday, October 3 from 7-10pm.

Luke Chueh

Luke Chueh

This exhibition features works by Alex Rodriguez, Natalia Fabia, Sylvia Ji, Brandi Milne, Liz McGrath, Luke Chueh, Lola, Kukula, Korin Faught, Michael Page, Maddie Carr, Mike Stilkey, Van Arno, Andrew Brandou, Beau Stanton, Caia Koopman, J. Otto Seibold, Greg Gossel, Carlos Ramos, Joey Remmers, Kelsey Beckett, Ken Garduno, Aven Helford, Cathie Bleck, Nicomi Nix Turner, Sarah Folkman and Richard J. Oliver.

Caia Koopman

Caia Koopman

The reception is open to the public, and the exhibition is on view through November 7.

Giant Robot Biennale 4 at JANM

Giant Robot Biennale 4

On October 11, the Japanese American National Museum will open Giant Robot Biennale 4, its fourth exhibition in collaboration with Giant Robot founder, Eric Nakamura. This edition of the popular series, first presented in 2007, will examine the evolution of the Giant Robot aesthetic from its humble origins in drawing to its many celebrated manifestations in painting, installation, muralism, and photography. The show will run through January 24, 2016.

Audrey Kawasaki Giant Robot Biennale 4

The museum’s lower-level gallery will be devoted to a variety of drawing styles, ranging from comic books to street art to illustration. Participating artists include Esao Andrews, Luke Chueh, Hamburger Eyes, Haroshi, Andrew Hem, Mari Inukai, James Jean, Audrey Kawasaki, Kim Jung Gi, kozyndan, Jim Lee, Mike Lee, Nathan Ota, Mu Pan, Yumi Sakugawa, Shizu Saldamando, Masakatsu Sashie, Rob Sato, Amy Sol, Katsuya Terada, Edwin Ushiro, Ai Yamaguchi, and Yoskay Yamamoto.

An opening celebration will take place on Saturday, October 10, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. This event is free and open to the public, and will feature live and deejay music, food, and a no-host bar. For complete details, read the official press release.