812 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15222
10 February – 1 April, 2012
PARTICIPANTES / PARTICIPANTS
- Emanuele Mazza
- Boke Bazán
- Teresa Foley
- Toni Calderón
- Andrew Ellis Johnson
- Teresa Tomás
- Maribel Domenech
- Brooke Schooles
- Elias Pérez
- Felipe Garcia-Huidobro
- Moises Mañas
- Andrea Racciatti/Juan Bobbio
- Delanie Jenkins
- Carolina Loyola-Garcia
- Lucia M. Aguirre & Tricia Chicka
- Cristina Ghetti
- David Pohl
- Ima Pico
- Lorena García Mateu
Picnic: Pop-Folk Contemporary Illustration
Designed by Retina y Retinette/ Published in 2011 by Promopress, Barcelona Spain
Hardcover: 272 pages
A visual celebration of retro illustration and modernist graphic design reinvented by 45 international artists. Picnic recalls the traditional, more artisanal styles of iconic graphic designers such as Saul Bass and Friz Freleng and showcases a stunning presentation of artwork featuring silkscreen printing, hand lettering, collage, and typography with a contemporary twist.
This refreshing work recalls the golden age of graphic design in the 50s and 60s, while showcasing the work of a new generation of designers using hand-made and organic design techniques to create and inspire their illustration. Picnic on Tumblr.
Pre-Order a copy here. Publication Date: February 14, 2012
En esta edición de PICNIC Pop-Folk Contemporary Illustration hemos tenido la suerte de poder colaborar con un elenco de ilustradores nacionales e internacionales que hacen maravillas absolutas.
FEATURING WORK BY 45 ARTISTS REPRESENTING USA, UK, ARGENTINA, SPAIN SWEDEN, COSTA RICA, FINLAND, NORWAY, ITALY, GERMANY, CHILE AND HOLLAND
Your Place at the Banquet is a visual art exhibition and public awareness initiative that critically examines the mechanisms of our industrial food system and aims to empower people to sow the seeds of change through their daily choices and action...
Drawn in a DayFriday, July 15 from 1 - 9:30 p.mGuest Curator: Robert RaczkaSPACEJuly 15 - September 4, 2011812 Liberty AvenuePittsburgh, PA 15222phone 412.325.7723fax 412.325.7725www.spacepittsburgh.org12 artists or collaborative teams will each create...
Every June Pittsburgh's Mattress Factory Museum holds it's annual fundraiser in the form of an Urban Garden
Party, and each year there is a different theme to the event. The 2011 version celebrated From Hollywood to Paradise.
An unique part of the event each year is an auction of original artwork based on a theme related object that the museum has chosen for each artist to work with. Here's a collection of my art from some other garden parties.
This year each artist was given a 12" plastic replica of the Oscar. I must have spent a week wondering what to do with
that object until, I decided to boycott it all together in favor of a drawing of Sacheen Littlefeather.
Sacheen Littlefeather is a Native American activist who donned Apache dress and presented a speech on behalf of actor Marlon Brando, for his performance in The Godfather, when he boycotted the 45th Academy Awards ceremony on March 27, 1973, in protest of the treatment of Native Americans by the film industry.
I have created a very limited edition of 10, each print signed, numbered and printed with archival inks on 13" x 19" semi-matt archival paper.
Archival quality Inkjet print
13" x 19"
Paper finish: Semi-matt
Thickness: 10.5 mil
Signed and dated: David Pohl, 2011
Edition of 10.
Copyright © 2011 David Pohl
HOP | House of Pingting Archives
Every June Pittsburgh's Mattress Factory Museum holds it's annual fundraiser in the form of an Urban GardenParty, and each year there is a different theme to the event. The 2011 version celebrated From Hollywood to Paradise. An unique part of...
Selected Solo Exhibitons2004 | small world : holy dirt | The Three Rivers Arts Festival | Pittsburgh PA 2003 | Nataraja | Allegheny College | Meadville PA 2001 | The Buddha Gardens | Gallery Chiz | Pittsburgh PA 1999 | 1999 Visions of th...