Shows and Shows and Shows

Posted by admin on June 9, 2009

Upcoming Exhibition 1: Rob Sato & Joe To in Amish Country,September 2009

The Metropolis Gallery in Lancaster, Pennsylvania recently asked art superstar and former roommate David Choe to curate a show.  Then Dave asked me along with master draftsman and disgruntled graphic designer Joe To, also a former roommate, to get to work.  The show will open on September 04, 2009.  For more info visit and

Here's a painting by Joe:

For a preview of more of Joe To's work visit

Upcoming Exhibition 2: "Pencil Pushers"

Tomorrow night Giant Robot San Francisco is opening it's "Pencil Pushers" show. I have one new piece included alongside plenty of massive talent.  A reception featuring many of the artists will be held from 6:30 - 10:00 on Saturday, May 16.

618 Shrader Street
San Francisco, CA 94117

Giant Robot is proud to present Pencil Pushers, a group show challenging a diverse group of artists to create works with the simplest medium of all: graphite.

Coming from backgrounds such as painting, comics, illustration, and street art, contributing artists will include the following:

Scott Barry
Sean Boyles
Aaron Brown
Carl Cahbasm
Ako Castuera
Chad Eaton
Leo Eguiarte
Danny Espinoza
Matt Furie
Mark Giglio
Jake Gillespie
Narangkar Glover
Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch
David Horvath
Jay Howell
David Jien
Ben King
Blaise Larmee
Andrew Lee
Aaron Martinez
Tony Millionaire
Eric Nakamura
Andrew Perry
Sidney Pink
Albert Reyes
Brian Rush
Johnny Ryan
Emilio Santoyo
Rob Sato
Deth P. Sun
Joe To
Aiyana Udesen
Martin Wong

Missed It -- "Free to a Good Home 2: Dogs!"

This is a good show for a good cause.  I have one piece in it. It's already sold and it looks like this:

I missed the opening.  If you did too, you can still catch this piece in person along with plenty of other adorable dog related works at GR2 in LA through June 10th.

LAAS will also be accepting donations of supplies and food for the shelter. (Suggested donations: blankets, towels, unopened pet food, pet beds, pet coats, Timothy Hay, kongs.) Those making donations through the duration of the show will receive a coupon for 25 percent off their next purchase at GR2.

Ryohei Tanaka's Killer Cuts at Secret Headquarters, LA

The Secret Headquarters comic book shop in the Silver Lake neighborhood of LA is showing and selling some of Ryohei's latest paper cutout art, including some amazing takes on super heroes and villians.  All the available pieces can be viewed here.

The show is up through early June.

This comes right on the heels of Ryohei's smash success at Scion's great "Papershapers" show (flickr GalleryScion Gallery) and right in the thick of his showing at the excellent Cullom Galleryin Seattle.  All of it is well worth a look.


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