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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Book Signing for "The Blot" at Black Maria Gallery

I know I've been doing a lot of stuff lately.
But if you've missed out on my art show opening, or the book signing I did at Secret Headquarters, or if you just can't get enough of me, here's another chance to see it all:

Come join us Thursday, September 27th from 6 to 8 pm
at Black Maria Gallery.
I will be signing my Ignatz Award nominated graphic novel, "The Blot."

The evening will also be another opportunity to see my solo show "Self Indulgent Werewolf" on display at Black Maria Gallery through October 15th.

Other exclusive items available:
New limited edition box set of 13 mini-prints for my series "Self Indulgence"
Limited edition giclee prints of three paintings
Self Indulgent Werewolf black metal logo T-shirts
Limited edition vinyl record of Self Indulgent Werewolf soundtrack recorded by me

So, please come out and join us.
Have a glass of wine or a beer and get your books signed.

Thursday, September 27th
6-8 pm
at Black Maria Gallery
3137 Glendale Blvd (Atwater Village)
Los Angeles, CA 90039

Here's what the critics are saying about "The Blot":

"The Blot, marks a brilliant, blackly humorous milestone"
- Ron Garmon for L.A. City Beat

“The Blot is a meditation on intimacy, creativity and the loss of control over one's environment.”
- Tom Spurgeon for The Comics Reporter

“The Blot contains some of the most unnerving and original horror imagery I've seen in comics all year.”
- Sean T. Collins

"Days after reading The Blot, I was still thinking about it. So far, it’s one of my favorites of 2007"
- Jeff Vandermeer for Bookslut.com

“A very rich book, this. I strongly recommend it.”
- Joe McCulloch


Chelsea Greene Lewyta said...

Hey. I was just messing around on the Black Maria Gallery's website while posting details about my next show to my blog and I found your work. I really, really enjoyed it. Your design elements are fantastic, and really come to life. The content is very raw and emotional, and its something I work with as well, and I think I can really appreciate it. Best wishes in your art travels!

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