Show your support for Japan and help Shelterbox provide housing and nessecities for thousands of families at the same time. An Infectious artist, Carles Marsal donated his design to our fundraising campaign. All profits from the sale of these skins and art prints will go to Shelterbox who is already in Japan helping some of the 500,000 people left homeless by the earthquake and tsunami. See what’s in the box and help by getting a skin! Available for iPhones, iPods, laptops, blackberries, evo’s, and iPads including iPad 2! Plus 11×17 and 18×24 prints.
The Winter Free4All winners are up on the site!
Old world meets new world with Carles Marsal’s T’riath Tragedy. Reminiscent of a stained glass window, it’s an epic sea battle of color, pattern, and little yellow dudes with spears. Carles’s mad illustrative and photoshop skills has landed him in Adobe’s permanent collection in San José with his piece Carmesina. T’riath Tragedy is also available for iPhones, iPods, blackberries, and iPads.
Infectious old timer Nate Frizzell graced us with his aptly winter themed painting To See Her Like You’d See A Star. Nate explores the inner world with the outer worldly symbols of masks, animals, and graffiti. Look for some new work of his at his next solo show at LeBasse Projects at their new location in LA’s chinatown. Opening May 13th.
For all of you with a sweet tooth, check out Liz Lorini’s Miss Sherbet. Illustrating up a storm Miss Kika, is hard at work on a new art book of her work. She will also be joining fellow Infectious artist Junko Mizuno for Magical Girls. A show opening April 1st at Meltdown Comics in LA. Miss Sherbet is also available for iPhones, iPods, blackberries, and iPads.
Get them while their hot!
Photographer Kelly Nicolaisen was chosen to collaborate with fourteen artists to create MOMENT a merging of photography and a kind of light painting. The show will be at 111 Minna in San Francisco featuring the artists, Mars One, Erin Eisenhower, Skinner, Nate Van Dyke, Kelly Allen, NoMe Edonna, Merkley, Henry Lewis, Charmaine Olivia, Adam 5100, David Choong Lee, Romanowski, John Wentz and Micah LeBrun
Also not to be missed. Warhol Reimagined: The New Factory at Project One Gallery is exactly what it sounds like. A large selection of the SF Art scene was asked to rework some of Andy’s classics. Curated by Warholian.com
If your in San Francisco, come down to White Walls gallery March 12th for Eine’s solo show GREATEST and the release of Broken Meter II, Adam Rozan’s art mag dedicated to street art and urban decay. Each limited edition copy will be signed by Eine and features work by Eine, Barry McGee, Space Invader, and more!