Upper Playground has just announced a surprise print release produced in conjunction with SA Studios and the Weinstein Company. “The Lost Art of Inglorious Basterds” will feature some of the heaviest hitters from the UP roster, including David Choe (featured), Alex Pardee, Jeremy Fish (featured) Sam Flores and many, many more. The giclee prints will be limited to an edition of only six per image, will also be signed by Quentin Tarantino and best of yet, all proceeds will be donated to the American Red […]
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Hi-Fructose Magazine will be releasing their next issue this coming January 2010. Cover artist Greg “Craola” Simkins (featured) has an exclusive interview and sketchbook sneak peek, alongside other artists such as Skinner, Gregory Euclide, Jesse Hazelip, Van Arno, Lola and many more. Volume 14 will be made available sometime in the next few weeks through your local retailer or online through Hi-Fructose. Preview pics after the jump.
On the last Tuesday of September, AM visited 111 Minna Gallery for their monthly installment of Sketch Tuesdays.Â Originally held a once a year at Southern Exposure under the moniker “Moniker Drawing Rally”, the event has now grown to a monthly event featuring an ever changing cast of Bay Area artists.Â November’s installment of Sketch Tuesdays fell on the eve of 111 Minna‘s “Neighborhoods” show (opening/setup) and featured many of the “Neighborhoods” artists.Â In attendance were such SF luminaries as Mike Giant, Matt Furie, N8 […]
A pretty impressive group show is being assembled at Jonathan Levine Gallery entitled “Beach Blanket Bingo – A Summer Mixer,” set to open on August 5th.Â An appropriate name for the show as there definitely seems to be a eclectic “mix” of artists including Ana Bagayan (featured), Glenn Barr, Ray Caesar, Dave Cooper, David Ellis, Ron English (studio visit), Natalia Fabia (interviewed), Korin Faught, AJ Fosik, Logan Hicks (interviewed), Seonna Hong, Anthony Lister (interviewed), Jack Long, Cleon Peterson, Scott Radke (interviewed), SKINNER, ELBOW-TOE (interviewed), Adam […]
Last Thursday, AM visited San Francisco’s 111 Minna Gallery to attend “Worship Thee Kindly The Dark Hand That Guides Me,” the first major solo show for Sacramento’s resident artist Skinner. Going balls to the mothereffin’ wall for this production, Skinner descended deep into the pits of hell, returning with a full body of fresh work, projected video, hand made dolls and complimentary 3-D glasses, making “Worship Thee Kindly…” a smashing success and one of the best shows to hit SF this year… Â If you’re in […]