This weekend at Gallery 1988 (West) they will be debuting the 10th iteration of the Crazy for Cult premise. If, you are in the area, go check out the show.
This weekend will welcome Tara McPhearson back to Los Angeles for her pop-up shop at Meltdown Comics. There will be lots of prints, posters, and merchandise available for fans.
October 28th welcomes the 2nd show at the Spoke Art Gallery in NYC. The Bad Dad VII is in the long line of pop-up exhibits by Ken Harman. The exhibit will be up until November 13th and will feature the following artists:
Egle Zvirblyte, ZEBU, Bryce Wymer, Robert Wilson IV, John Wentz, Helice Wen, Chris Walker, Lil Tuffy, Geoff Trapp, 100% Soft , Matt Taylor, Concepcion Studios, Dean Stuart, Lindsay Stripling, Meghan Stratman, Nick Stokes, Daniel Speight, Bennett Slater, Jesse Riggle, Relm, Allison Reimold, Rich Pellegrino, Ruel Pascual, Lily Padula, Zach Oldenkamp, Chelsea O’Byrne, Jeany Ngo, Reuben Negron, Danielle Murray, David Moscati, Guillaume Morellec, Brighton Metz, Marni Manning, Kemi Mai, Adam Lister, Ted Lincoln, Aled Lewis, Nan Lawson, Conor Langton, Bartosz Kosowski, Alex R. Kirzhner, Paige Jiyoung Moon, Ryan Inzana, Maria Suarez Inclan, Primary Hughes, Adrienne Heloise, Evan B.Harris, Hari & Deepti, Justin Hager, Dan Grissom, Lauren Gregg, Ian Glaubinger, Sam Gilbey, Monica Garwood, Alex Garant, Vanessa Foley, Veronica Fish, Jayde Fish, Evanimal, Jeremy Enecio, Barbara Dziadosz, Matt Dye, Hollis Dunlap, Mai Ly Degnan, Jessica Deahl, Max Dalton, Camilla D’Erricco, Ben Clarke, Dan Christofersson, Tracie Ching, Matt Chase, Mar Cerdà, Sandi Calistro, Ivonna Buenestro, Joshua Budich, Ryan Berkley, Oliver Barrett, Derek Ballard, Bagger43, Christine Aria, Ana Aranda, Nicole Anguish, and Rebecca Mason Adams.
Previewed yesterday, it looks as if a new version of the labbit will be coming soon. Based on the futuristic box art, we can only hope that it makes the leap well to 3D. With this teaser coming a month before DCON, it makes me wonder if they will be released then, or simply online.
Continuing on with MondoCon coverage, Laurent Durieux has announced his (limited) archive availability along with a new print and bottled wine. The flyer gives the specifics for those hunting for a hand-drawn sketch, so get there early.
In a release that we sniffed out from the beginning after teaser images, the “brick” (plaster) MADL custom lineup has been announced. The 5″ figures will be available at Broke Piggy and represent artists that have a very strong tie to the streets as part of their career. Depending on price, I can’t imagine these sitting around long, so you may have eto add this to the top of your list.
With MondoCON fast approaching, Tom Whalen has revealed that he has an intergalactic traveler coming to this year’s MondoCON. WALL-E is making his print debut from Tom and will be one of the many offerings at the booth. So, like all of the releases at the event, you’ll need to be towards the front of the line.