NUSHMA

pictures and words

spx:

There’s this guy coming to SPX this year, Mike Mitchell.

I dunno. Maybe you’ve heard of him?

sirmitchell:

Here are 4 of the 5 prints that I will be showing at the Breaking Bad Art Project at Gallery 1988 which opens on Monday, August 20th. 

They will be available individually and have varying editions, from 30-75. Similar to my “Just Like Us” prints, they will be 8x10. 

Really excited to be in this show. Hoping you will like the other piece I have in the show, which I won’t be showing until the opening. I will say that it’s an 18x24 edition of 50 though.  

make-space:

make_space_copy.jpg
Make Space is a site dedicated to featuring contemporary artists and their practice, through interviews, studio visits, reviews, and other conversations. By collaborating with the artists, we hope to create and expand the dialogue between artists and a larger audience.
Until now, Make Space has only existed online. For the exhibition at The Plaines Project, previously featured artists were invited to exhibit original images of their works. The images were sent via e-mail and printed on copy paper. Although the works are low quality, non-archival representations, they are impressive experienced in person rather than through a screen. This exhibition showcases a range of artists on Make Space, as well as Lynnette Miranda’s role as the organizer. 
make_space_copy.jpg opens at The Plaines Project (1822 S Desplaines, Chicago, IL) on July 27th, 2012 from 6 to 10pm
Participating Artists:
Allison Wade
Benjamin Evans
Billy Buck
Brandon Wilson
Christopher Meerdo
Emily Kozik
Emily Souers
Erin O’Keefe
Erin Washington
Etta Sandry
Gaia Nardie Warner
Hans Nostdahl
Ian Addison Hall
Jason Judd
JC Steinbrunner
Jessica Bell
Kate Bieschke
Kathy Cho
Kayla Mattes
Kelly Lynn Jones
Kelly Parsell
Kjell Varvin
Kristi O’Meara
Liz McCarthy
Magalie Guerin
Malin Gabriella Nordin
Mia Christopher
Sherwin Tibayan
Trevor Powers
Victoria Martinez

make-space:

make_space_copy.jpg

Make Space is a site dedicated to featuring contemporary artists and their practice, through interviews, studio visits, reviews, and other conversations. By collaborating with the artists, we hope to create and expand the dialogue between artists and a larger audience.

Until now, Make Space has only existed online. For the exhibition at The Plaines Project, previously featured artists were invited to exhibit original images of their works. The images were sent via e-mail and printed on copy paper. Although the works are low quality, non-archival representations, they are impressive experienced in person rather than through a screen. This exhibition showcases a range of artists on Make Space, as well as Lynnette Miranda’s role as the organizer. 

make_space_copy.jpg opens at The Plaines Project (1822 S Desplaines, Chicago, IL) on July 27th, 2012 from 6 to 10pm

Participating Artists:

Allison Wade

Benjamin Evans

Billy Buck

Brandon Wilson

Christopher Meerdo

Emily Kozik

Emily Souers

Erin O’Keefe

Erin Washington

Etta Sandry

Gaia Nardie Warner

Hans Nostdahl

Ian Addison Hall

Jason Judd

JC Steinbrunner

Jessica Bell

Kate Bieschke

Kathy Cho

Kayla Mattes

Kelly Lynn Jones

Kelly Parsell

Kjell Varvin

Kristi O’Meara

Liz McCarthy

Magalie Guerin

Malin Gabriella Nordin

Mia Christopher

Sherwin Tibayan

Trevor Powers

Victoria Martinez

Will be participating in ACA’s Graphic Novel residency in October. Can’t wait!

Will be participating in ACA’s Graphic Novel residency in October. Can’t wait!

spx:

Chris Ware’s beautiful poster art for the 2012 Small Press Expo.
I have no words.
The mega sized version lives here.

spx:

Chris Ware’s beautiful poster art for the 2012 Small Press Expo.

I have no words.

The mega sized version lives here.

zoomar:

I want this video game. 80s Michael Jackson vs Purple Rain era Prince in a fight to the death. Just the sounds they make when they get hit would make this amazing!
shrapnel:

Metal Hurlant - Michael Jackson ou Prince?

zoomar:

I want this video game. 80s Michael Jackson vs Purple Rain era Prince in a fight to the death. Just the sounds they make when they get hit would make this amazing!

shrapnel:

Metal Hurlant - Michael Jackson ou Prince?

(via spx)