Giant Robot Time: 2.7.14 – Year of the Horse Exhibition now available online!


 giant robot time: 2.7.14 | art by: apak

 

Friend-Love with Benefits

February 14, 7:00 – 10:00 PM

Giant Robot and L.A. Zine Fest Presents: Friend-Love with Benefits

This Valentine’s Day, join Giant Robot and L.A. Zine Fest for a night of visual comic readings by 6 different comic book artists and zine-makers on the eternal themes of love, relationships, heartbreak, friend-crushes, online dating and more.

Short comic readings by comic book artists and zine-makers based in Los Angeles and beyond:

  • Bangs & Beard
  • Jesse Tise
  • Kelsey Short
  • MariNaomi
  • Nick Sumida
  • Yumi Sakugawa

A book reading and signing of I THINK I AM IN FRIEND-LOVE WITH YOU by Yumi Sakugawa.

Zine prizes and giveaways at the end of the night.

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Dan McCarthy

Mother’s Arms Print


Flawless and beautiful cosmic images.

Uglydoll

Hats


Rock Uglydoll everywhere you go!

Uglydoll

Ceramic Frame & Plate


New and cute ceramic goods from Ugldyoll!

Delfonics

Rollbahn Large Notebooks


About 160 graphed pages and a few small clear pouches for small mementoes.

Funko x Adventure Time

Pop! Vinyl Figures


Choose from a wide selection of your favorite characters.

 

SuperAwesome: Art and Giant Robot

April 19 – July 27, 2014

Oakland Museum of California

New Exhibition Coincides With 20th Anniversary of Giant Robot Magazine Celebrating Asian American Pop Culture and Beyond

(Oakland, CA)—This spring, the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) presents the major exhibition SuperAwesome: Art and Giant Robot. On view in OMCA’s Great Hall from April 19 to July 27, 2014, the exhibition features 15 contemporary artists that have been inspired by the artistic sensibility of Giant Robot throughout its 20-year evolution.

Co-curated by Giant Robot visionary Eric Nakamura and OMCA’s Associate Curator of Art & Material Culture Carin Adams, SuperAwesome presents new or recent works by California and international-based artists affiliated with the culture and aesthetic of the popular magazine that brought Asian, trans-Pacific popular culture to mainstream audiences in the United States. Artists featured in the exhibition include: Ako Castuera, Sean Chao, David Choe, Luke Chueh, Hamburger Eyes, Andrew Hem, James Jean, Kozyndan, Masakatsu Sashie, Shizu Saldamando, Rob Sato, Amy Sol, Deth P Sun, and Adrian Tomine. Art works in the exhibition represent a range of mediums, including mural art, sculpture, illustration, portraiture, large-scale installations, graphic novels, photography, and more.

In addition, the exhibition features Giant Robot magazines and ephemera, vinyl toys, custom vending machines, and the original Giant Robot Scion XB. Designed by Eric Nakamura, inspired by Nintendo’s Famicom gaming console, and fabricated by Len Higa, the car-turned-interactive gaming station boasts built-in sound and projectors. Visitors will be able use the car to play the original game Return of the Quack by Chevy Ray Johnston with graphics by Matt Furie. >>

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Giant Robot at the LA Art Book Fair

By ERIC

We featured David Horvath from Uglydoll, Luke Chueh and Shizu Saldamando signing their books.

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Save Music in Chinatown 2 preview: Adam Bomb

By MARTIN

But what came to mind as I was setting up the next Save Music in Chinatown show was him playing vintage punk and hardcore records as Adam Bomb…

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Save Music in Chinatown 2 preview: Money Mark

By MARTIN

So here we are, looking forward to the matinee with him, Channel 3, and Hector Penalosa from The Zeros at Human Resources on February 9. >>

2015 Sawtelle Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90025

2062 Sawtelle Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025

 

 


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