Monday, April 14, 2014
loungeking:

"Don Gato por Patrick Owsley"

Interesante portafolio el de Patrick, pueden consultarlo aquí.

loungeking:

"Don Gato por Patrick Owsley"

Interesante portafolio el de Patrick, pueden consultarlo aquí.

Friday, March 14, 2014
oldshowbiz:

Andy Warhol actually did a cover for TV Guide. For real.

oldshowbiz:

Andy Warhol actually did a cover for TV Guide. For real.

Monday, March 10, 2014
retrogasm:

I don’t care what people say about watching too much TV. I love TV. Give me an old movie and I am as happy as a fat kid with cake.

retrogasm:

I don’t care what people say about watching too much TV. I love TV. Give me an old movie and I am as happy as a fat kid with cake.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014 Tuesday, March 4, 2014
boomerstarkiller67:

The Bionic Woman - art Jeff Cummins (1977)

boomerstarkiller67:

The Bionic Woman - art Jeff Cummins (1977)

Thursday, February 27, 2014 Saturday, February 22, 2014
boomerstarkiller67:

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century - art by George Wilson

boomerstarkiller67:

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century - art by George Wilson

Tuesday, February 18, 2014
kolbisneat:

Okay friends, it’s clue-hunting time.
So Bottleneck Gallery is opening up their The Gang is All Here show this weekend. It’s a great group of people arting great groups of people!
I’m maybe 80% certain that “arting” isn’t a word.
Anyways, details for the show:• Opening Friday, November 16th 7–10pm• On display through December 7th• 60 Broadway, Ground Floor, Brooklyn• Online sales start 12pm(ish) on November 17th
I figured this is probably what the Mystery Inc. gang does in their down time.
UPDATE
Now available for electronic purchase (of a tangible print, don’t worry) right here!

kolbisneat:

Okay friends, it’s clue-hunting time.

So Bottleneck Gallery is opening up their The Gang is All Here show this weekend. It’s a great group of people arting great groups of people!

I’m maybe 80% certain that “arting” isn’t a word.

Anyways, details for the show:
• Opening Friday, November 16th 7–10pm
• On display through December 7th
• 60 Broadway, Ground Floor, Brooklyn
• Online sales start 12pm(ish) on November 17th

I figured this is probably what the Mystery Inc. gang does in their down time.

UPDATE

Now available for electronic purchase (of a tangible print, don’t worry) right here!

Sunday, February 16, 2014
kolbisneat:

Bottleneck Gallery’s WHERE IS MY MIND? show opens this Friday and the theme is anything that messes with the head!
I humbly present to you the first CARTOON CONSPIRACY!
It’s suggested that the Flintstones and the Jetsons not only take place in the same universe, but at the same time! Set in a near future, the Jetsons live their automated lives high in the sky but what exactly are they living above?
The answer is ‘The Town of Bedrock’ and all of the other civilizations who chose to go the Amish route and lead a simpler lifestyle despite what the rest of the world might be doing.
The Flintstones exist in a near future where genetically created animals are made in the image of the past (though not accurately as shown some of the species are fairly wacky). Also, much of the technology of both worlds (record players, vacuums, etc.) function similarly but with very different materials…it’s because they’re running in tandem.
So remember that movie where the two families meet? Well it wasn’t time travel so much as it was TELEPORTATION! The Jetsons simply beamed to the planet’s surface and were as baffled at the simplified technology as I would be when presented with a butter churn.
And there you have it! This theory is not my own but dang if it isn’t pretty fun!
Oh. Details of the show:
Opens July 12th (7–10pm) to July 26th.
Online sales begin July 13th at noonish.

kolbisneat:

Bottleneck Gallery’s WHERE IS MY MIND? show opens this Friday and the theme is anything that messes with the head!

I humbly present to you the first CARTOON CONSPIRACY!

It’s suggested that the Flintstones and the Jetsons not only take place in the same universe, but at the same time! Set in a near future, the Jetsons live their automated lives high in the sky but what exactly are they living above?

The answer is ‘The Town of Bedrock’ and all of the other civilizations who chose to go the Amish route and lead a simpler lifestyle despite what the rest of the world might be doing.

The Flintstones exist in a near future where genetically created animals are made in the image of the past (though not accurately as shown some of the species are fairly wacky). Also, much of the technology of both worlds (record players, vacuums, etc.) function similarly but with very different materials…it’s because they’re running in tandem.

So remember that movie where the two families meet? Well it wasn’t time travel so much as it was TELEPORTATION! The Jetsons simply beamed to the planet’s surface and were as baffled at the simplified technology as I would be when presented with a butter churn.

And there you have it! This theory is not my own but dang if it isn’t pretty fun!

Oh. Details of the show:

Opens July 12th (7–10pm) to July 26th.

Online sales begin July 13th at noonish.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014