Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Too Art for TV 4 / Eat World sneak preview

Attention world...if you're in Brooklyn this weekend you should go to the Too Art for TV 4 group show opening. I'm in the show again this year with two massive ink drawings inspired by my Eat World zine. Here's a preview of one of the pieces:

Twisted monster mayhem and carnage in an attractive gallery space. I'm super stoked.

Here's the show details from the Too Art for TV website:

Too Art for TV 4
New York's 4th Annual Fine Art Exhibit for the Animation Industry

Opening reception - Friday, September 18th, 6pm-9:30pm

September 18th, 2009 through October 17th, 2009
at Erebuni, 158 Roebling St. Williamsburg, NY 11211

Erebuni is proud to present Too Art for TV 4, the fourth annual fine art exhibit for the animation industry. Featuring new works by 37 artists; Too Art for TV 4 is the largest and most vibrant show in this exhibit's history.

Animation artists are pop culture wranglers with strong design skills and a love of whimsy. Their profession is collaborative by necessity; an animated production needs many skilled hands to come to life, but the individual gets lost. Too Art for TV provides an annual opportunity for animation’s creatives to strut their stuff, unencumbered.

Featuring the international interactive downloadables known as "Cubeecraft" by Christopher Beaumont, the striking and bold beard-paintings of Devin Clark, the larger-than-life obsessive drawings of Elliot Cowan, the spinning "cinetropes" of film artist Eric Dyer, the dry wit of Chris George’s acrylics, the bright and huge murals of Andrew Bell, plus a wide variety of paintings, sculptures, toys, and video art by many more.

Awesome thanks to Liz Artinian and the rest of the curators! I'm heading out tonight to help set up the show. Rock!


Ryan said...

holy crap pete, your work keeps getting sicker and sicker. nice!

Jeremiah said...

pete, your shit is tight FYI.

Anonymous said...

Hi Pete, Love your work. You can check out my stuff on my blog. Thanks again for the comic.

Peter said...

Thanks, Ryan and Jeremiah! Thanks Alexius too, it was good to meet you and I'll definitely scope out your stuff.