Six Seasons and a Movie, presented by PixelDrop Gallery, will be on display on June 23-24 from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. at Monk Space, 4414 West 2nd St., Los Angeles, CA.
Curses that its the same day as Ansin Kelly Talor. Will have to due community in the morning then rush down to LB.
Alice X. Zhang / Annis Pekka / Arica Houy / Arran McKenna / Aviv Or / Balen / Bannon Rudis / Ben DeGuzman / Ben Steeves / Bethany Sellers / Bobby Rubio / Brendan Suleiman / Bumbledom / Caanan Grall / castlepöp / Chip’s Challenge / Chris McVeigh / Chris Schweizer / Claire Hummel / Clayton Chowaniec / Craig Arndt / Crystal Fontan / Dan Hipp / Dave Perillo / Dave Stenken / Douglas Holgate / Eric Anderson / Erica Henderson / Fro / Fungus / Giordano Casanova / Glen Brogan / Heather M. Morris / Hector Lowe / Henry the Worst! / Howard M. Shum / Ian Richens / Ive Sorocuk / J. Salvador / Jack Cusumano / James Stayte / Jeff Pina / Jeff Victor / Jen Ann Bennett / Jennifer Jeong / Jennifer Steadman / Jennifer Vo / Jessica Bradley / Jim Mahfood / Joëlle Jones / John Murray / Jon Defreest / Jonathan Mann/ Jonny Eveson / Jordan Allen / Joshua Budich / Joshua McGrane / Julieta Colas / Justin Crisostomo / Kali Fontecchio / Karen Hallion / Karina McBeth / Karoleen Decastro / Kasey Albano / Katie Sekelsky / Kevin Woody / Kristin Murphy / Kyle Kulakowski / Kyle McCoy / Leesasaur / Leigh Young / Len Peralta / Lou Studdert / LoveTHYconan / Lucy Knisley / Lusy DeCoursey / Mark Batalla / Mason Phillips / Matt Greenholt / Matt Parsons / Max Wittert / Mbecks14 / Megan Ganz / Megan Lara / Michael Mayne / Mike Horowitz / Ming Doyle / Myke Chilian / Nancy Pham / Natalie Nourigat / Nik Holmes / Otis Frampton / Rad Sechrist / Ramsey “Raz” Sibaja / Rebecca Hayes / Rob Cham / Rob Schrab / Rosemary Travale / Rowan McKeough / Rusty Shackles / Sam Filstrup / Sam Spratt / Sanjit Kaur / Sean Mills / Sophie Iannuzzi / Stephan Krosecz / Steven Ray Brown / Taryn Gee / Timothy Lim / Tom Trager / Tomas Overbai / Tony Bui / Valeria Herrador / Vanessa Stefaniuk / Vanessa Zucker / Victor Camba / WinterArtwork / Yasmin Liang / Zach Allen / Zneuse
All and all it was alright. There was a ton of art in a pretty small space. Small space + middle of the day = hot as shit. They had a lot of cool stuff and quite a few affordable originals. The stickers and prices were sometimes confusing, and the framed price was often a different size than the companion print. The purchase line went extremely slow but I give those guys credit for sticking it out and being very knowledgeable about the pieces and prices. 95% of the people buying stuff didn't know the artist or print name and just showed the cashiers a cell phone pic. My biggest complaint was the way they handled the art and the packaging. I'm sure this was in part due to no space, but that made for no packing room and quite a few dented lithos.
Alot of the prints were cheap. Most were around 15/20, some as low as 8, some up to 50. Of course many of the cheaper ones were unlimited and printed on some type of glossy stock. Most are still available through the artists on DeviantArt and other places like that.
This was the only thing I picked up. Love the images, although when I got home I noticed how terribly trimmed they were.
Alot of it is already available online through sites like deviantArt. I would just search for some artists and it should bring up their page.
Also alot of the stuff there was not even for sale. Many things were just submitted to display.
As far as the real question, no there hasn't been any word about these going online. I think they ran out Of alot of stuff so they took down emails for more printings. I would be interested in seeing an online sale because there was lots of good stuff.
Don't think PixelDrip will set up an online store.
Lots of the stuff was from deviant artists, which depending on the artists participation, you can buy prints through there (unlimited runs), plus some artists sell their work on their own site through paypal. Just start going through the artist list.
I was there. There were a lot more pieces than I expected. However, none of them really blew me away or anything. The only one I walked away with was this one by Mason Philips. I just thought it to be well done. Didn't see any EB'ers I knew, nor really anybody who looked like they were there to even buy anything. Just a lot of fans.