Thank you everyone who bought my book in these past few weeks. The first batch of books are sold out. I pick up the second and last batch today. Ready to ship out. Only 100 books are made and that's it. Thank you again to everyone for their support.
Alberto Venezia has opened Moon Cafe in Venice, Italy and I was invited by the man himself to be his guest this week. Unfortunately I couldn't make the trip due to outrageous plane fares! Good luck to you Alberto in your new venture and I'm sure your going to make it a big success. Thank you again for the invite and wish I could be there.
This corner of the exhibit was built by Neckface. It was a recreation of a alley that you felt like you were going to get mugged at anytime. Great detail.
This was another walk through exhibit built by Todd James, Barry McGee, Stephen Powers, Devin Flynn, Josh Lazcano, Dan Murphy and Alexis Ross. I was amazed at the detail put into this. You need to check it out to appreciate it.
Ain't that the truth.
Teacher I had when I was at Otis. Robbie Conal. There is so much more to see and look at that I highly recommend going if you get a chance.
Yesterday I took my two designers that work with me at my job on a field trip. We went to the art exhibit, "Art In The Streets" at The Geffen Contemporary At MOCA down in LA right across from J-Town. The show goes on from April 17th- August 8, 2011 and we paid $10 to get in. Let me tell you it's worth it. It is an amazing show. Also if you go into J-Town on 2nd street at Hold Up Art gallery (358 E 2nd St-LA Ca 90012) they have a free exhibit of more street artist. Further down on 2nd street right on Alameda there is Angel City Brewery that has an exhibit going on also that was recommended but was not open when we tried to go there. Click here for more info on the show at MOCA.
This was amazing. Right out front of the gallery. Art By: Risk
This was amazing all those pieces mounted to the wall along with the little club house: Piece done by: OS GEMEOS
Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol had a spot in the exhibit.
I have more from the show that I'll post later in the week.
Joyrides Art Company showcases the photographic and design work of Mark Kawakami. Specializing in the hot rod, choppers and tattoo industry. Our goal is to find those people who love to ride, drive and create art as a way of life. We aim to bring that love to you through photographs and design.