I really like this postcard, and I love this description of the artist.
Giant Robot is proud to host …And It Rained All Day, an art show featuring new works by Heisuke Kitazawa (a.k.a. PCP).
Heisuke Kitazawa is a Japan-based illustrator and designer whose work graces video games, CD covers, and limited-edition self-published books. Robots and monsters, technology and biology, and blobs and angles collide, as his futuristic themes, modernist curves, and warm color palette create a glimpse into a world that combines hyper detailed science fiction with the cheerful whimsy of children’s books.
The show opens at GR2 on April 18 from 6:30 – 10 pm.
Calling all stubborn oxen! GR2 is having a Year of the Ox group art show which opens on March 14 from 6:30 – 10pm. Check out the roster of artists here.
Here is a sneak peek from Michelle Valigura…
and Amanda Visell. It’s going to be an awesome show.
Mr. Toast’s artwork always makes me smile, and this postcard is really cute. Dan “Mr. Toast” Goodsell and Michael Fleming are having an art show at Monkeyhouse Toys. It opens on Saturday March 14 from 4-8pm.
Donut & coffee really is the perfect combo.
Rivet Gallery has a double dose of coolness opening this Saturday, March 7. I love the joint flyers.
RIVET is pleased to announce its upcoming two-artist exhibition, Luke Feldman & Shannon Bonatakis. The exhibition will open March 7th, featuring work from both artists, and be on view in RIVET from March 7, 2009 through March 31, 2009. An Opening Reception for the exhibition will be hosted Saturday, March 7th, 2009 from 7-10pm and Shannon Bonatakis will be present.
Mark your calendars for Friday, March 20th. That’s the opening night of Luke Chueh‘s solo show at Corey Helford Gallery. The show will feature over 20 new paintings and drawings, and guest artist Thomas Han will also be showing new paintings. I’m so looking forward to this one.
Summer – Apol Lejano
Who knew that embroidery could be so romantic? Forget Me Not opened last weekend at gallery hanahou. All of the artwork is available for viewing and purchase here. All of the pieces give me that warm fuzzy feeling. Falling in love, staying in love…it’s all wonderful.
This is my second embroidery post of the week, but I couldn’t resist. It’s by Aya Kakeda, and it was for a group show at MF Gallery Genova. The caption reads “It’s a story about a mouse girl giving a birth to bouncy balls who like to climb trees.” That’s so weird but very cute.