6.28.2010

post-it V



a store i've been meaning to get to for a while in nyc was giant robot!  i read about their post-it show in the previous weeks and was absolutely dying to go.  $20 for original art done on 3" X 3" post-its?  amazing!  i was pleasantly surprised to see that there was still tons of post-its to pick from.  i think i'd been having nightmares of when i got there, there would be nothing left.


i bet you can tell which post-it i bought from this grouping... 

spot the jaime hernandez, i knew brenden was a big fan, but i didn't buy it cause i wasn't crazy about it the post-it, maybe if it was drawing of a nice girly... 

there was one artist who did a bunch of celebrity zombies... amazing ballpoint pen illustrations.  sorry i don't know your name, but you're awesome.

i really liked the pink monster creature thing hatching out of the egg by peter hamlin... 

spent forever in the store picking out post-its, and just generally in awe of all of amazing books and cute fun stuff toys and weird japanese things stuffed into the tiny space... including an r2d2 usb powered humidifier.  huh?  yeah.  there was also an unusual amount of cat art.  something that gets me in trouble every time.  here are the post-its that came home with me... can't wait to get them into little vintage frames, and i'm going to cheat and order custom cut mats on-line because i don't want to eff it up.  

by brooklyn artist peter hamlin i pretty much loved EVERY one of his post-its & want to be his new best friend.  

by berkeley illustrator deth p. sun, he draws mostly cats.  the most amazing cats.  ever.  check out his on-line shop for original paintings etc... hi i would love to do a jewelry collab with you.  please.  

oh no big deal, just a little something by tim biskup.  i've been a huge fan forever.  it goes without saying that i would absolutely kill to do a jewelry collab with you, sir.  i would kill, then i would make the jewelry from prison.  uh, just kidding.  ok not really.  x

so the show is up until july 7th, if you're anywhere near ny, you need to stop by, it's super fun.  if you're not close by, don't fret, the lovely very patient lady at giant robot was in the process of photographing the post-its, and the show is going on-line!  so you'll be able to get a piece of this post-it action as well.

here's the list of participating artist:
Trevor Alixopulos, APAK, Andrice Arp, Scott Bakal, Melinda Beck, Mike Bertino, Tim Biskup, Jon Boam, Pakito Bolino, Michelle Borok, Aaron Brown, Jude Buffum, Chris Buzelli, Christine Castro, Martin Cendreda, Kris Chau, Louise Chen, Marcos Chin, Chris Clayton, Tim Cochran, Eric Collins, Jen Corace, Matt Curtius, Kelsey Dake, Eleanor Davis, Vanessa Davis, Nathan Doyle, Seth Drenner, Susan Fang, Korin Faught, Nina Frenkel, Shannon Freshwater, Matt Furie, Nick Gazin, Frieda Gossett, Katherine Guillen, Peter Hamlin, Jon Han, Jaime Hernandez, Andrew Holder, David Horvath, Patrick Hruby, Rama Hughes, Mari Inukai, Yellena James, Hellen Jo, Nathan Jurevicius, Andrea Kang, Dan-ah Kim, Hawk Krall, Lamour Supreme, Travis Lampe, Blaise Larmee, Sarah Lavoie, Jesse LeDoux, Dongyun Lee, Eli Lehrhoff, Bill Main, Jacob Magraw-Mickelson, Ben Marra, Ted McGrath, Mark Allen Miller, Mike Miller, Brendan Monroe, Mark Murphy, Andrew Neyer, Tru Nguyen, Anders Nilsen, Saejean Oh, Saelee Oh, Martin Ontiveros, Sidney Pink, Luke Ramsey, Ron Rege, Jesse Reklaw, Martha Rich, Joe Rocco, Brooks Salzwedel, Anna See, Raymond Sohn, STO, Deth P. Sun, Gary Taxali, Team Macho, Gina Triplett, Twerps (Greg Mishka), Edwin Ushiro, Jing Wei, Steven Weissman, Gillian Wilson, Calvin Wong, Jaime Zollars, Trevor Alixopulos, Peter Arkle, Matthew Bandusch, Karen Barbour, Angie Clayton, John Cuneo, Bob Dob, Nathan Doyle, Austin English, Jason Fischer, Anne Ishii, Claire Johnson, Terri Fry Kasuba, Phillipe Lardy, Sarah Lavoie, James McShane, Dave Plunkert, Jason Polan, Jarret Quon, Deth P. Sun, Francesca Tallone.  


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