BOOTSY-PARADISO

Bootsy Collins and the Funk Unity Band at Paradiso Amsterdam
21 x 34
Regular Edition of 125
6 colors on archival cream paper
Signed and Numbered
(Printed With Love For Our Lost Brother, Gary Grimshaw)

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BOOTSY-GOLDEN-OPAL

Bootsy Collins and the Funk Unity Band at Paradiso Amsterdam
21 x 34
Golden Opal Edition of 15
6 colors on heavy metallic golden opalescent paper
Signed and Numbered

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BOOTSY-WAVE-FOIL

Bootsy Collins and the Funk Unity Band at Paradiso Amsterdam
21 x 34
Wave Foil Edition of 15
6 colors on wave foil paper
Signed and Numbered

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I am very proud to announce I will be taking part in Spoke Art Gallery’s March exhibition, “In Dreams: an art show tribute to the films of David Lynch” – opening Saturday March 8th 2014.

Featuring over 50 painters, print makers and illustrators from around the world, all paying homage to one of the greatest living film directors.

Opening night reception: Saturday, March 8th 2014.

Here’s a preview of my print for the exhibition which will be available exclusively through Spoke Art Gallery on March 8, 2014 (online soon after!):

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“In Dreams, David Lynch”
18 x 35
Edition of 80
Heavy metallic silver and three tints on metallic anthracite paper
Signed and numbered
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In my print “In Dreams, David Lynch” I made subtle reference to Milton Glaser’s portrait of Bob Dylan with my treatment of Mr. Lynch’s hair.  I slanted the tonality of this portrait toward monochrome to reflect David Lynch’s groundbreaking early black and white films Eraserhead and The Elephant Man. I made this choice to refer, not only to David Lynch’s legendary and iconographic status as a cultural oracle, but also as homage to Mr. Glaser and to my artistic roots in rock’n'roll printmaking.
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Chuck Sperry’s poster art is in an exhibition as part of La Fete du Graphisme sponsored by the French Government and the City of Paris. The exhibition entitled “Gig Posters : 150 affiches underground américaines contemporaines” is at Les Docks Cité de la Mode et du Design, 34 Quai d’Austerlitz, 75013 Paris, and brings together artists from the underground movement.

Les Docks, Cité de la Mode et du Design
34 Quai d’Austerlitz, 75013 Paris
January 30 to February 2, 2014 – 10 h / 19 h.

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MATS-SHOW

 “EYE will devour everything in SIGHT”

Mats Stromberg Solo Show

at Hangar 18 Studio Gallery

1428 34th Street, Oakland, CA

Opening: Friday, February 7, 2014 • 6 pm to 11 pm

Show: February 7 to February 28 (by appointment)

Hangar 18 is very proud to present “EYE will devour everything in SIGHT” a solo exhibition of Mats Stromberg’s extraordinary paintings and art prints. San Francisco underground art heavy-weight Mats Stromberg will be exhibiting dozens of new paintings, prints, and books – including a new series of amazing lenticular pieces, which will be made available to the public for the first time at the opening on February 7, 2014 at 6 pm to 11 pm.

Mats Stromberg (Mats!?), celebrated underground artist, lives in Oakland and works as a silkscreen printer in San Francisco.

Mats was born of Swedish nationality. He grew up with a love of comic books which gives his art an iconographic pop vocabulary, drawn from this popular medium, which he subverts, layers and re-sequences at the command of his surrealistic imagination.  Mats paints, prints and continues to publish hand-made, screen printed art comics with titles like: Ragu, Prego, S’not for Kids, SickoEyesore, Asiaddict, and the upcoming Burmese Daze.

His art graces the cover of “Street Art San Francisco: Mission Muralismo,” the 500 page encyclopedic chronicle of San Francisco Mural Art and Street Art; Mats Stromberg is very active on the streets, just having finished a large mural in Clarion Alley in late 2013, and has painted countless murals in San Francisco.

Hangar 18 is a showcase for artwork in the unique setting of Chuck Sperry’s screen printing studio in Oakland. The H18 Project is an ongoing pop up gallery where we present collectors with a unique studio experience, visiting the iconic Bay Area artist Chuck Sperry and artists who have collaborated with or influenced him.

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