Totoro Flowers is a new piece I’ll have at Designer Con 2015 this year. This will be an extremely limited edition print. I’ll have just 10 prints available at the show. They will be 16″ x 20″ giclees on paper. Each print will sell for $50 and comes signed.
Make sure to visit the Cuddly Destruction booth (#314) presented by Hana Kim of supahcute.com and featuring new pieces from Jared Andrew Schorr, Orbital Ox and Vanessa Ramirez.
In addition to ‘Totoro’, I’ll have Con-exclusive mini-prints again this year. Check out my Instagram and Facebook to see those. I’ll also have a few older prints with me for the show. I’ll be bringing a limited number of the fun pieces I did for the Mattel show earlier this year. I’ll only be bringing a few of these so get their early if you are interested.
“Vintage Memories” 16″ x 20″ signed $50 each
“Little People” 14″ x 14″ signed $40 each
“Masters” 10″ x 20″ signed $45 Each
I will also be bringing a few one-of-a-kind pieces from past shows. I only made one of each of these images and each of them come signed.
Little Hellion 14″ x 14″ giclee on canvas $85
Huckleberry Hound 14″ x 14″ giclee on canvas $85
Kawaii Hansel and Gretel 16″ x 20″ giclee on paper $75
Designer Con 2015 takes place Saturday November 21 and Sunday November 22 at the Pasadena Convention Center.
Supahcute puts on some really fantastic art shows – and this latest is no exception. Celebrating the wonderfully old-school theme of “kaiju”, the supahcute Kaiju Show opens this Saturday, January 18th at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland. Kaiju is a Japanese term that literally translates to “strange creature”. Godzilla would be the prime example and probably the most well-known here in the states. My piece (shown above) is titled “Kawaiiju” and features some iconic Japanese characters re-imagined as kaiju. This is a limited edition 1/1 giclee print and comes framed and signed.
Supahcute has once again rounded up an impressive list of artists for this show including – Jared Andrew Schorr, Vanessa Ramirez, 100% Soft, Fat Rabbit Farm, Camilo Bejarano, and Christopher Lee among others.
The opening reception for the show will take place from 6-10 PM on January 18th. You can RSVP to the even on the show’s Facebook page. There will be great art, treats and goodie bags – plus there will be some really cool merchandise created just for this show and available for purchase. Supply is limited so get there early if you want to get your hands on these items.
The Supah Mash-Up Art Party made its debut this past weekend. Here’s a shot of all the completed pieces for the show. I collaborated with Jared Andrew Schorr on three of the images shown above. These are all one-of-a-kind and come framed. Prints of the images are not available.
The Princess Mononoke image (top left) has sold. The rest of the pieces are still available. The two Ponyo images are sold as a set. Visit the links below for details on availability and purchasing.