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The SPD* will be touring several magazines this month, and it’s open to students in NYC ($15 for non-members; FREE for SPD members). You’ll be touring the offices of Men’s Health, The Huffington Post, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Inked, People en Español and Seventeen magazines. For more info, click the image or this link: SPD.ORG - Student Outreach.
* The Society of Publication Designers is dedicated to promoting and encouraging excellence in editorial design. Read more on their About page.

The SPD* will be touring several magazines this month, and it’s open to students in NYC ($15 for non-members; FREE for SPD members). You’ll be touring the offices of Men’s Health, The Huffington Post, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Inked, People en Español and Seventeen magazines. For more info, click the image or this link: SPD.ORG - Student Outreach.

* The Society of Publication Designers is dedicated to promoting and encouraging excellence in editorial design. Read more on their About page.

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So, you’re in Portland this Friday night and you’re looking for some cool art. What to do? I got you covered! Our pal Susie Ghahremani is having her first solo show this Friday at the Land Gallery (3925 N. Mississippi Ave): 

Ghahremani’s exhibit will be her first solo show in the Portland area. Entitled “Clear Skies and Cloudy Days: Artwork and Explorations”, the show will feature a range of experiments from “clear skies”, the joyful, animal imagery traditionally found in Ghahremani’s work, to “cloudy” subject matter such as vignettes of extinct species and loved ones lost at sea, offering a bittersweet side of her work rarely seen by the public. Created over the past three years, the artwork to be exhibited will include the artist’s personal pieces, which offer a thematic break from her well-recognized commercial work. 

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"CARDED" Art Event (Vancouver)

Join me this Saturday, April 21st, along with 50 other Vancouver artists. Buy a 5-pack of cards, then trade them with everyone else in the room for the ones you want. ~Luc

The creators of Hot One Inch Action present CARDED! a one-night only show of art reproduced on trading cards. The work of 50 artists is presented on trading cards and made available for art lovers to collect and trade. These 2.5″x3.5″ cards are displayed on the gallery wall and the audience is offered the opportunity to buy random cards in mixed packs of five for $5. Want a specific card? Get into some fast paced trading action with the people around you. How bad do you want that card!?

(Source: facebook.com)

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¡Hola Buenos Aires! ¿Qué está haciendo el próximo sábado, el 17 de marzo, por la tarde? Voy a ver el trabajo de Cristian Turdera y María Elina Méndez en la Galería Mar Dulce en Palermo (17h a 20h): 
Los ilustradores Cristian Turdera y María Elina Méndez inaugurarán la muestra “Amos del Jardín” el próximo 17 de marzo en la Galería Mar Dulce, en Uriarte 1490. (via DGCV)
Hey Buenos Aires! What are you doing next Saturday March 17th in the evening? Me, I will be checking out Cristian Turdera and María Elina Méndez’s “Masters of the Garden” show at La Galería Mar Dulce in Palermo. 
Come support their work, and say hello! 

¡Hola Buenos Aires! ¿Qué está haciendo el próximo sábado, el 17 de marzo, por la tarde? Voy a ver el trabajo de Cristian Turdera y María Elina Méndez en la Galería Mar Dulce en Palermo (17h a 20h): 

Los ilustradores Cristian Turdera y María Elina Méndez inaugurarán la muestra “Amos del Jardín” el próximo 17 de marzo en la Galería Mar Dulce, en Uriarte 1490. (via DGCV)

Hey Buenos Aires! What are you doing next Saturday March 17th in the evening? Me, I will be checking out Cristian Turdera and María Elina Méndez’s “Masters of the Garden” show at La Galería Mar Dulce in Palermo. 

Come support their work, and say hello! 

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Ryan Heshka: “Ours” — Solo show at Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea (Milano)
I love pimping out Ryan Heshka’s shows, not just because he’s a good friend (full disclosure), and he’s quite humble about promoting himself, but I really adore his work. I know I’m not alone though. Here’s some info about his newest solo show in Milan, Italy. Only a few weeks away!
Se siete in città quella settimana, non perdere questa mostra!

Ryan Heshka: “Ours” — Solo show at Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea (Milano)

I love pimping out Ryan Heshka’s shows, not just because he’s a good friend (full disclosure), and he’s quite humble about promoting himself, but I really adore his work. I know I’m not alone though. Here’s some info about his newest solo show in Milan, Italy. Only a few weeks away!

Se siete in città quella settimana, non perdere questa mostra!

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Darwin Show at Q Pop

Chris Sasaki & Joey Chou are teaming up with the Darwin Show at Q Pop in Los Angeles, opening March 10, 2012. More info (and a few sneaky-peek pics) on Chris’s blog.

More Chris Sasaki: Character Design Blog Interview & Rigamaru (his shop).

More Joey Chou: his blog.

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Ronald Searle - Retrospective Exhibit, Jan 7, 2012

illustration by Ronald Searle

Gallery Nucleus is excited to present the world-renowned cartoonist and illustrator, Ronald Searle, for a special solo exhibition. […] This exhibit features a collection of Searle’s published and preliminary works including caricatures, illustrated typography, completed cartoons, and signed lithographs.

If you’re in Alhambra, CA three days from now, don’t miss popping in for what’s bound to be an extremely interesting show. 

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Don’t pass up a chance to see brand new work by Ryan Heshka at his new solo show "Instinction" at Seattle’s Roq La Rue gallery. It’s in two days! 

Don’t pass up a chance to see brand new work by Ryan Heshka at his new solo show "Instinction" at Seattle’s Roq La Rue gallery. It’s in two days! 

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Hey folks: I’ll be part of a group pop-up art show here in Vancouver this week. Curated by Mark “Atomos” Pilon, Moon Base 3.0 will celebrate the spirit of his former Moon Base Gallery, which closed back in 2002. Here’s a full list of the participants: 

Atomos, Holly Anderson, Dacosta, ESM, Hobo Devine, Jeff Burnette, Robert Chaplin, Holly Cruise, Rob Elliot, Pam Fairfield, Rod Filbrandt, Mia Hansen, Jon Izen, Indigo, Jodi Jacyk, Mariya Karpenko, Luc Latullippe, Jamie Mason, Josue Menjivar, JP Holeka, Bonnie Reid, Robot Rob, Steve Rolston, Andrea Tucker.

Two dates to join us: 
Thursday, November 10th, 7pm (this week!)
Friday, November 18th, 7pm
(via Moon Base Gallery)

Hey folks: I’ll be part of a group pop-up art show here in Vancouver this week. Curated by Mark “Atomos” Pilon, Moon Base 3.0 will celebrate the spirit of his former Moon Base Gallery, which closed back in 2002. Here’s a full list of the participants: 

Atomos, Holly Anderson, Dacosta, ESM, Hobo Devine, Jeff Burnette, Robert Chaplin, Holly Cruise, Rob Elliot, Pam Fairfield, Rod Filbrandt, Mia Hansen, Jon Izen, Indigo, Jodi Jacyk, Mariya Karpenko, Luc Latullippe, Jamie Mason, Josue Menjivar, JP Holeka, Bonnie Reid, Robot Rob, Steve Rolston, Andrea Tucker.

Two dates to join us: 

  1. Thursday, November 10th, 7pm (this week!)
  2. Friday, November 18th, 7pm

(via Moon Base Gallery)

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The Crawl

Painting by Cheryl Fortier

Can’t believe I forgot to post this a few days ago. Tomorrow is the last day of The Crawl, so get your butts out there and check out all the wonderful treasures in the city!

November 26, 27, 28

In its 14th year, the Eastside Culture Crawl is an annual FREE 3-day visual arts phenomenon. This event involves more than 10,000 people visiting artists in their studios in the area bounded by Main Street to Victoria Drive and from First Avenue north to the waterfront of Vancouver, Canada.

The Eastside Culture Crawl Society provides opportunities for the public to engage with member artists through the ongoing creation of events and programming that support the growth of east side artists.