On View: July 26 - September 7, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, July 26, 7-9pm
Debbie Allen was the creator and creative half of a bi-weekly music column in the Village Voice called "Waste of Paint". Her Illustrations have also appeared in MTVHive, Paper Magazine, and Impose. She enjoys space, masks, and putting together themed multimedia art installation shows.
Bert Bergen is an artist and musician born on Whidbey Island in Washington State. He studied photography at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA and screen printing at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in San Francisco, CA. He currently lives in Brooklyn.
Morgan lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She is available for exhibition opportunities, private commissions, freelance work, collaborations, bike rides, tacos, and so forth.
Brian Chippendale is a musician and artist based in Providence, Rhode Island. He is best known as the drummer/vocalist for the band Lightning Bolt. In addition, he engages in a wide variety of the arts including playing in a solo project called Black Pus, drawing comics, sculpture, painting, printmaking and collage.
Rob Corradetti’s screen prints are a marriage of intricate pen and ink drawings, cut and paste collage, and intense pop psychedelic colors. He is heavily influenced by rock music, mythology, comics, pop art, dreams, and nightmares. Rob lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Sohale Darouian is a Graphic Designer and printmaker. The posters on display were made during his 18 year residency in Portland, Oregon. He Currently lives in San Francisco with two roommates and a cat named Turkey.
Ryan Duggan is an artist and printer working in Chicago, Illinois. His work has been shown locally as well as in Toronto, Berlin, France, London, The Netherlands, and Japan. He has been featured in the pages of The Chicago Reader, The Chicago Tribune, Nylon Korea, Alarm Magazine, and Newcity.
John Dwyer is the singer for the band Thee Oh Sees, and he makes screen print posters.
El Jefe Design
Jeffrey Everett is the author, curator, and designer of 1,000 Garment Graphics for Rockport Press. He has taught and lectured for American University, The University of Baltimore, Maryland Institute Collage of Art, and The Art Institute. His work has been stapled on walls of dingy rock clubs, tattooed on brave people, and framed in high-end galleries around the world.
Fire is manned by Anthony Dihle, who is a full-time designer living in DC. In addition to his own work, Anthony has curated several poster/print shows and actively serves on the DC-area board of AIGA, the professional association for design. Anthony also hosts workshops, and speaks about design and food on occasion.
Maya Hayuk is a muralist, painter, photographer, printmaker, curator living in Brooklyn, New York by way of San Francisco, Baltimore, Boston and Toronto. Her vividly bold geometric works evoke the process towards continuity and wholeness whose forces seem bent on maintaining the triumph of this love over evil. Along with her solo work, Hayuk frequently collaborates with other artists and musicians.
LA Johnson’s work is inspired by rock ‘n roll music, live shows, mind altering states, city life, gender roles and sex. LA is a freelance illustrator, art director of The Intentional Magazine, as well as a UI designer for a corporate firm. She draws and paints and screenprints with the help of Hole in the Sky and Sasha Lord Presents. She loves people and life and hopes her art makes YOU feel something.
Kayrock Screenprinting, Inc. is a publishing company that works with artists and other publishers in New York to publish art editions and books. Additionally, Kayrock prints posters, postcards, album art, and t-shirts. Kayrock has been involved in several exhibitions in the United States.
Daniel Luedtke is an artist, musician, and community organizer working in various mediums such as printmaking, video, sound, and writing. Luedtke got his start as a self-taught printmaker making silk screened posters and record packaging for various music-related projects.
Noah Lyon is an artist based in New York and Sweden. A graduate of Cooper Union, he works in drawing, painting, artist books, sound, and installation. In addition to exhibiting in galleries and museums internationally he has built a cult following from his prolific output of underground ephemera including Retard Riot zines, radio shows, recordings under various aliases, t-shirts, flyers, stickers, and his omnipresent buttons.
Xander Marro is a printmaker based out of Providence , RI. She plays the part of “business lady” at various posts including as the Managing Director of Art Space AS220 where she crafted endless spreadsheets and reports documenting the possibility of an organized egalitarian approach to art making as a transmutative tool in generating beauty, achieving equality, next level human consciousness and putting a final an end to humanity’s terrible habit of endless war making.
KJ Martinet is a comic artist and printmaker living in Brooklyn, NY. She is part of the comics crew Collective Stench and her work has been featured in the anthologies Dimensions,š!, Strep Throat, and Happiness. She is currently working on her ongoing, self-published series. Islands and will be appearing at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival and the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo this summer.
Ted McGrath is an artist and musician living and working in Brooklyn, NY. He has created drawings, illustrations, murals and music for clients around the world, including but not limited to MTV Networks, The New York Times, New York Magazine, TIME Magazine, WIRED, Glamour, Plan Sponsor, Bloomberg Business Week, Texas Monthly, The Howard Hughes Medical Bulletin, NYLON, The Village Voice and BUST. He has also taught illustration and design at Pratt Institute and MICA, and makes music as The Flag for GODMODE.
Laura currently lives and works in New York City. She loves going on walks and hates talking about the weather.
Kimberly Reinhardt was born Baltimore, MD. She studied fine art at the Baltimore School for the Arts in Baltimore, Md, Cooper Union in New York City and The Gerrit Rietveld Akademie in Amsterdam, Holland. Kimberly uses the media of silkscreen and resist dyeing. She is interested in creating narratives that portray the ascension of hope and beauty in the face of fear. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Jason Roy is a total loser living in New York fucking their life up. Turn ons include sci-fi, Halloween, and comics. Turns offs: living forever.
Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, Sandlin’s family immigrated to the United States in 1972. Sandlin earned a B.A. in fine arts at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, in 1979 and moved to the Lower East Side of New York City where he still continues to work. Sandlin is an instructor in printmaking and book arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York.
Yannick Desranleau and Chloe Lum live in Montréal and have worked together since 2000. Their collaborative practice has spanned the fields of visual arts, music, and experimental graphic design. Until 2012, Lum and Desranleau were part of avant-rock trio AIDS Wolf.
Kim was born in Alaska, shuffled around the U.S. in a Coast Guard family, and currently resides in Brooklyn. Her work appears in various formats: illustrations, typography, drink menus, zines, comic books, posters, t-shirts, and paper maché sculpture. She graduated in 2009 from the School of Visual Arts.
Thomas Toye is an artist living in Patterson, NY. He and his brother print all kinds of stuff out of a shed in their backyard. They both run Portal Prints. They are watched over by Gumpster Pussy and the Great Cobra. He has self published 8 issues of Illogical Comics so far.
Chris Uphues is an artist and designer living in Brooklyn, NY. He lives with his monkey Del where they spend their nights singing to the moon with homemade instruments and generally having a good time. He understands the fantastic energy force and formal variety present everywhere in products of everyday popular culture. Looking closely at his work it is full of wonderful and fantastic surprises. He is a true craftsman with a steady hand for details and a polished surface.
Leah Wishnia is a cartoonist and printmaker from New York City who also has her hand in the publishing pot. Her current project is "Happiness" a biannual comic & art anthology, and lately she has also been experimenting with ceramics and jewelry.