“Canis Mortuus Familiaris” by Jeremy Dower

Posted by The G on April 16, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Jeremy Dower.

Canis Mortuus Familiaris

"Canis Mortuus Familiaris" by Jeremy Dower. Now showing at Bold Hype Gallery in NYC.

Jeremy Dower is a multi-talented Australian artist whose disciplines include painting, sculpture, video and music.  His latest solo exhibit at the Bold Hype Gallery is entitled “Canis Mortuus Familiaris” and it’s very cool.  The works are digital prints using archival ink on ‘Museo’ cotton rag, with UV coating.  As you probably guessed from the title, the exhibit features dogs.  Dogs of all shapes, sizes and colors and you will want to adopt all of them.

Jeremy Dower

I had the opportunity to meet Jeremy Dower at the opening night reception and I complimented him on the visual treats he created for all of us.  He was very nice.  See a photo of that moment after the jump.  Also, you can see more photos from the exhibit on The Worley Gig.

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Creepshow by DOLLA at Bold Hype Gallery

Posted by The G on December 30, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | 3 Comments to Read

Photos by G.  Art by Dolla.

Creepshow by DOLLA. Now showing at the Bold Hype Gallery in NYC through January 8, 2011

This is one of those posts where the pictures could speak for themselves.  The “Creepshow” exhibit by DOLLA at Bold Hype Gallery in New York is definitely a must see.  Born in New Jersey and now residing in Florida, this is not the artist’s first leap from the streets to a gallery.  The exhibit celebrates the “Creep” that DOLLA first started putting up on walls in 2007.  He’s created 100 Creeps for this exhibit in every size, color and variation.

And then of course, there are 3-D Creeps!

As you enter the Bold Hype Gallery, you grab a pair of 3-D glasses to put on as you walk around and the exhibit takes on an entirely different dimension (pun definitely intended).

You can see more photos of this really cool exhibit on The Worley Gig.  “Creepshow” by DOLLA runs until January 8, 2011.  Bold Hype is located at 547 West 27th Street, 5th Floor in New York.

Ron English T-Shirts at Bold Hype

Posted by The G on October 16, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Ron English.

English by Bold Hype

If you’re a Ron English fan, today is your lucky day!  He’s designed a series of limited edition T-shirts in association with the Bold Hype Gallery in New York.  The shirts are super awesome and they are retailing for $35 each.  They are going to be worth way more than the current selling price once they are sold out, so waste no time and snatch these up while you can.  The Bold Hype Gallery is located at 547 West 27th Street #510 in New York.

This cool limited edition shirt can be yours for $35!!

Blood Nectar by Jason Limon

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Photos by G.  Art by Jason Limon.

Blood Nectar by Jason Limon at Bold Hype Gallery in New York. Now showing through November 12, 2010

The Bold Hype Gallery in New York has another cool exhibit on display at the moment called “Blood Nectar” by Jason Limon.  The Texas-born artist creates phantasmagorical worlds that you will want to visit as you tour the “Blood Nectar” exhibit. One of my favorite things in each of Limon’s paintings is looking at the size of the humans in comparison to the creatures that are in his works. It really took my mind on a journey. I met the artist at the opening night reception and he was really cool.  You can see a photo of that moment as well as more cool art from Jason Limon after the jump. Thanks again Jason!

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G Meets Artist Skinner

Posted by The G on June 4, 2010 under Encounters with G | Read the First Comment

Photo taken with my hand.

Skinner and G

On June 3, 2010 at the opening of the Strangers exhibit at the Bold Hype Gallery in New York, I met Skinner, one of the artists whose amazing works are featured prominently in the show.  He was beyond nice!  As you will see from the photos below, his works are extremely detailed and there is so much going on in them, you could stare at them for hours and still keep discovering new things.  We bonded over the fact that we are both from California – Skinner from Sacramento and myself from Los Angeles.  We also talked about our love of Amoeba music, the infamously huge record store located in both northern and southern California.  Skinner mentioned that Zerofriends has T-shirts for sale featuring his art and they are sure to become collectors items, so get them while you can.

Mural by Skinner.

I love this mural so much!  To give you a perspective of how big it is, we asked someone at the opening to take a picture of us in front of it, and you can see that as well as more of Skinner’s awesome work after the jump.  And if you’d like to see a video of Skinner making this really cool mural, check it out on Hi-Fructose.  Thanks again to Skinner for being so cool and for making such awesome art!  Take a look at his website (link is above) and marvel at his masterpieces!

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