Ink Advance special ‘mini show’ this Fri in project room…

Super last minute show announcement…. in addition to Kris Chau’s solo show in our project room this Friday, we had some extra space, and I just got a sick, huge batch of works in from street artists Acorn (Canada / but super active in Germany and Australia as of late – just showed at BLVD too) and the artist couple of Ghostpatrol and Miso (from Melbourne, Australia).

The three recently had a big show in Australia that even had a special book accompany it called Ink Advance. I loved the show and we had already been working with Ghostpatrol and Miso, so I hit them up if they’d be into sending over some works in order to do a small U.S. version of the Ink Advance grouping.

Here’s a lil’ sneak peak of their wall: http://flickr.com/photos/thinkspace/2467315348/

AND Juxtapoz.com hyped up the show as well here: http://www.juxtapoz.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3245&Itemid=1

In the meantime, to check out more about Ghostpatrol, check out his site at:
http://www.ghostpatrol.net/menu.htm

For more on Miso, check out her site here:
http://www.cityofreubens.com/

And for all the latest, check their latest news update out here – these two are busy:
http://ghostpatrol.net/newsletter/miso_ghostpatrol_may_news2.jpg

AND….

For more on Acorn, check out:http://flickr.com/photos/acornsgrow/http://oakyoh.blogspot.com/

All their works will be posted in our ‘Available Artwork’ section by this weekend.

Flavorpill name "Uncommon Gardens" the show to hit this Fri…

Flavorpill.com have called out this Friday’s show at Thinkspace – “Uncommon Gardens” – as the show to hit in LA this Fri.

Check out the review here:

“Consider it Ladies’ Choice at Thinkspace this month, as the gallery devotes its wall space to the work of four women with decidedly feminine bents to their styles and imagery. Caia Koopman, Kelly Vivanco, Lilly Piri, and Catherine Brooks festoon the gallery with flora- and fauna-based artwork, all of which embraces the delicate sensuality and sweetness of the archetypal female spirit. But these gals know that ladies are made equally of sugar and spice, as evidenced in particular by the moody sultriness of Brooks’ female subjects and the graphic skate-culture edge Koopman brings to the table.” – Ashley Tibbits / Flavorpill.com

Timothy Karpinski show up in OR…

Our man Timothy Karpinski has a big show upcoming on Thurs, May 1st up in Portland. If you happen to be in the area, be sure to swing through.

We’ll post some pics once we get them in, as we can’t wait to see what he’s got in store for this show. Good luck Timothy!

Look for Timothy to take over our project room this November as Audrey and her friends fill the main space with works on paper.

Juxtapoz.com post pics & praise on current show…


Katie from Juxtapoz.com was in town for the opening night festivities of “Mergers & Acquisitions” and “Untitled” in our project room and brought back some nice shots that were recently posted on their site at the following location:
http://www.juxtapoz.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3072&Itemid=1

“Olivas and Peters’ new collaborative work is a wonderful combination of Olivas’ signature disturbed, candy-loving children and Peters’ darker, cartoon-esque characters. It’s like watching two old friends meet on canvas! Feyld’s deceptively simple mixed media work is striking in person, and Thinkspace had some stunning works also on display from Montreal-based artist Turf One.” – Juxtapoz.com

Some stunning collaborative works are still available, click here to view:
https://www.sourharvest.com/thinkspace/2008/mergers/works.php

The Aussies have arrived!

Look for a ton of simply amazing new works to be posted in the coming week in our ‘Available Artwork’ section from Australian street artist couple Ghostpatrol and Miso. More from them coming soon…

In the meantime, to check out more about Ghostpatrol, check out his site at:

For more on Miso, check out her site here:
And for all the latest, check their latest news update out here – these two are busy: