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A few updates

I’ve been a little lax with the updates lately, The past couple of months have been busy and filled with some good stuff. Here’s a little recap.

On February 4th, the Badass, the homie, Steven J. Daily curated Gag Me With a Toon 3 at Meltdown Comics. The line up for the show was absolutely amazing and everything I’ve seen from the show was SOOOO good.
Here are a few treats.

Steven Daily’s “Victorian gentleman archetype” based on Snidely Whiplash.

Dave Correia absolutely killed it with his Baby Skeletor piece.

My contribution was “Corpus HARE-percubus”

It was my homage to the way Bugs Bunny cartoons sometimes parodied popular movies of theater and worked some goofball rabbit pun into the title when they did, and of course Dali. HERE is a little write up about it by Hi-Fructose, and VIDEO featured on Electric Playground of Steven, Jon Schnepp and Mike Mitchel, and the show.

On March 7th Old Crow in Oakland opened the the show Stand Tall 2, the folks over at Old Crow tape off the entire gallery into 3×9 foot sections, and let each artist have their way with the space, Me and local Sf graffiti guru Satyr collaborated on a section, both stepped out of our comfort zones and pulled off some good shit. HERE is some Hi-Fructose coverage of the show.

“Stand Tall” (center) By Satyr and Robert Bowen.

Yet another thing I was Excited to be part of was Warhol Reimagined: The New Factory. Curated by The Warholian, The show opened on March 10th at Project One Gallery in SF. Not only did The Warholian curate an amazing, beautiful, and extremely eclectic and well put together show, they also built a website that gives you a bit of background to the idea behind the show and the artists involved. this show was so much fun and got tons of press, here’s a couple of the articles by Curbs and Stoops, and Hi-Fructose.

And a Special thanks to Mike Cuffe and Lyrica Glory of Warholian for using my Painting for the flier image.

Behind the Peel/Warhols Banana Reimagined.

Last but CERTAINLY not least was INLE, The show curated by Greg “Craola” Simkins. Seriously not only is this dude one of my favorite artists in the universe, he is also one of the nicest, most talented, most humble people ever, and that is one of the rarest combination of traits for any human to posses. I was honored to be part of it. Opening on March 11th at Gallery 1988 LA, The show was dedicated to the anti-hero of Richard Adams book “Watership Down” the black rabbit of Inle. The Line up for this one is insane! With 100 artists participating, the show is overwhelmingly awe inspiring, every single piece in the show is GRREEEAAAAT!!! Here is a list of the entire show, and thanks to Hurley for a Video Glimpse at it.

“But If You’ve Made Your Peace, Then The Devils Are Really Angels, Freeing You From The Earth”

That’s been my life for the last 2 months, There will be more frequent updates from now on, there is tons of Good things coming up.