Audrey recently posted some shots of her breaking out the colored pencils and a new sketch book… looks like she’s starting to prepare for our upcoming drawing show with her & her friends this November… more details announced on this soon, but look for a great array of new drawings and other work from Audrey plus an installation in our front room that she’s currently cooking up plus a couple drawings each from the below lineup that’s now been finalized.
Check it out, all hand picked by Audrey herself. A pretty impressive mix and some great new names to check out. I can’t wait to see it all hung, she did a great job putting this list together.
Full line up for show (alphabetical by last name):
Lauren Albert http://no-growing.livejournal.com/ and http://plslala.com/
Eric Thomas Bostrom http://e-t-b.livejournal.com/ and http://diversionmary.com/
Catherine Brooks http://www.doomferret.com/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/9928689@N04/
Catherine Campbell http://my-folk-lover.livejournal.com/ and http://www.catherinecampbell.net/
Nomi Chi http://wormw00d.livejournal.com/ and http://god-of-insects.deviantart.com/
Liza Corbett http://www.lizacorbett.com/
Irana Douer http://bipbopingdays.livejournal.com/ and http://keepinmind.com.ar/
Amy Earles http://www.pushedunder.com/ and http://bluecalico.livejournal.com/
Julia Sonmi Heglund http://sonmi.livejournal.com/ and http://www.sonmisonmi.com/
Stella Im Hultberg www.stellaimhultberg.com and http://in-spite-of-all.livejournal.com/
Meg Hunt http://exitwounds.livejournal.com/ and http://www.meghunt.com/
Mari Inukai http://www.mariinukai.com/ and http://www.marillanokichi.blogspot.com/
Audrey Kawasaki www.audrey-kawasaki.com and http://i-seldom-do.livejournal.com/
Laura Laine http://www.lauralaine.net/
Jason Levesque aka Stuntkid http://www.stuntkid.com/
Travis Louie www.travislouie.com and http://www.travislouie.blogspot.com/
Jessica McCourt http://anaisred.livejournal.com/
Fumi Nakamura http://www.miniminiaturemouse.com/07/news.html
Joao Paulo http://souvlaki.jp-ar.org/
Lilly Piri http://lucers.livejournal.com/ and http://littlegalaxie.com/
Amy Sol www.amysol.com and http://www.amysol.com/blog/
Eveline Tarunadjaja http://evolpad.livejournal.com/ and http://www.lovexevol.com/
Brian Viveros http://www.brianmviveros.com/
Once things start to come together for this show as well as glimpses of some of the work of the other artists featured in the show.
If you don’t already have it bookmarked, be sure to check out her live journal and watch Audrey’s progress on her upcoming Rome solo and our drawing show that follows here: http://i-seldom-do.livejournal.com/
Keep an eye on what Sarah’s up to at: http://teapartygirl.livejournal.com/
KMNDZ was recently interviewed by Vimby.com as he prepares for his upcoming show with Ekundayo, “Red Forest”, slatted for this Oct @ thinkspace – check it out here:
Pic courtesy of www.woostercollective.com
The Italian invasion has begun! Microbo and Bo130 arrive!!!
Italian street art masters Microbo and Bo130 have just sent us a nice array of new works to show to you all. We are SO stoked to be working with them, I can barely put it into words. They have been two of my favorite European street artists for the past several years. The top pic above is from the pairs recent show at Helium Cowboy Gallery in Brussels, Belgium with Morcky and TheBoghe. Just a stunning mural to say the least. The pics below that are just samples of their work.
To see the works in our inventory, check out the ‘Available Artwork’ section at the following link: http://www.sourharvest.com/thinkspace/n_avail.php
To check out more from their Helium Cowboy show in Belgium, click here: http://www.heliumcowboy.com/hc_digilog/52_modart/
The two have shown the world over, including taking part in last year’s “The Streets Of Europe” show in NYC at Jonathan LeVine as well as being included in the highly prestigous “Wooster On Spring” project in 2006. The pair also organized the highly successful “Urban Edge” exhibit in 2005 in Milan, Italy and the “Izastikup Show Tour” exhibiton of the same year that featured the original pages of the highly popular Izastikup book (also put together by the pair) on display at Carhartt Clothing shops across Europe, including stops in Paris, Amsterdam, London, Rome, Berlin, and Madrid.
Their works have been featured in numerous books on street art and sticker art including:
Street Sketchbook – Tristan Manco
Street Logo s– Tristan Manco
The Art of Rebellion – C. Hundertmark
The Art of Rebellion 2 – C. Hundertmark
Up Until Now – Upper Playground
The Art of Rebellion 2
Izastikup – Dragoarte & Comunicazione
Pictoplasma Character Encyclopedia – P. Thaler, L. Denicke
& many more, including numerous features in European publications such as Modart.
We hope you all enjoy their work as much as we do!