What do Robot Chicken and DC Comics have in common?
An art show, a fan base, and doing some good.
With their powers combined, they have also hosted three (3!) spectacles over at iam8Bit gallery in Echo Park, California.
On March 28th, they hosted their one-night-only charity art show and to celebrate the April 6, 2014 premiere of their Robot Chicken Comics Special 2: Villains in Paradise.
Last minute, I know but I will be at Fanime this year! The convention is from May 24-27th in San Jose, CA and is one of my favorite conventions! There’s been a lot of weird hiccups due to the construction on the property so I am hoping that it’s not too hectic…
I am doing Artist Alley and I will be at table 266 with my usual partner-in-crime Yume Darling!
Please stop by our table to visit! I’d love to chat! I’m also up for interviewing cosplayers and other anime fans for an upcoming Defective Geeks convention report. :)
We will have a color-blocked tablecloth…the top part being this very pretty sakura pink lace material.
Sorry, pony cloth. We had a good run but it’s time for something new! (Somehow it still ended up pink…)
Xanadu Rocketship (Jess Keys) had her first, solo art show at Low Light in San Diego which showcased a collection of her bright and illustrative paintings. I dig her style, combining sexy, kawaii and pinup inspired by animation art. Despite the pastel color palette, her female characters has a certain femme fetale sensibility to it– they’re playful while also empowering. Minus all the Fine Arts mumbo jumbo, all I have to say is that Xanadu’s art is pretty f’in awesome and I am so happy for her!
Sweet Streets LA is one of my favorite annual art show – it’s always fun and always colorful. As usual, Hi Hi Caro and Bubble Punch put the entire event together and this year it was held in downtown Culver City at the WWA Gallery. This gallery proved too small for the event and there was a long line of attendees that waited to get in throughout the night. People stayed even when it rained!
Michelle Nguyen of Chubby Bunny and Tavuchi from SPANK! also debuted their fashion collaboration with a fashion show and a pop up store that sold all sorts of super-cute accessories and clothing. SPANK! is a popular clothing line in Harajuku, Japan which embraces the ‘kawaii’ nature of Harajuku fashion.
The fashion show was a lot of fun with upbeat music and energetic models wearing Chubby Bunny and SPANK! accessories and clothing. I ended up buying two new bows to add to my “Chubby Bunny Collection.” You can buy these items from Chubby Bunny at her website!
This year, Sailor Mizz attended the event with me and we captured the event on video, including all of the fashion how! Hope you enjoy what I put together below.
Lots of photos below!
I finally managed to make my way to the Tim Burton Exhibit at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art). I don’t consider myself a giant Tim Burton fan although I do enjoy a lot (but not all) of his movies, including Nightmare Before Christmas and Edward Scissorhands.
LACMA is definitely one of my favorite museums in Los Angeles. It has a wonderful variety from all its permanent collection as well as interesting revolving shows. The drive is a little bit of a pain for me but it’s worth it for the occasional visits. Plus, there are usually food trucks across the street and lots of really good restaurants at a walking distant. Anyways, I knew this particular exhibit had proven to be quite popular and since our annual membership included a free ticket to the gallery, myÂ boyfriend and I decided to take advantage of it. We didn’t anticipate the long line to get into the exhibit inside the Resnick Pavillion but thankfully, the line moved along pretty quickly. We must have waited a maximum 20 minutes to get in.
It was worth the wait!