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GR2 Post It 8 Opening Photos

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GR2 Post It 8 Install

Installation of Post It 8. Hopefully a video coming soon.

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GR2: Susie Ghahremani – Work and Non Work Set 2

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GR2: Susie Ghahremani Work and Non-Work Photo Set 1

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Thanks to Dean Gojobori, Cate Park and Tony Sugano for pics. There’ll be another set soon!



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GR Biennale 3 at JANM – Target Free Saturday and Rob Sato

The Target Free Saturday at JANM was a hit drawing 1000 folks. Kids made robots out of cardboard boxes, film canisters, crepe paper, and spare junk parts. Many also learned about comics with Yumi Sakugawa and did some watercolors with Rob Sato.

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GR2 20 Pieces of Dreams Opening Night Photos

An awesome opening night featuring the works of Mari Inukai, Sena Inukai, Amy Sol, Audrey Kawasaki, Edwin Ushiro, Elizabeth Ito, Fumi Omori, Katsuya Terada, Kent Williams, Sean Chao, Stella Im Hultberg, Tessar Lo, and Yoskay Yamamoto. Thanks for coming out. The below photo features Kaonashi from Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away. That’s Audrey Kawasaki on left, Mari and Sena Inukai on right.

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GR2: Misty Fog’s Combat Rock – Le Merde and Kiyoka Ikeda Online!

The mastery of Kiyoka Ikeda and Le Merde will be available to the public online. They’ll be sitting a this link. 

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GR2 Le Merde and Kiyoka Ikeda Photos

Le Merde and Kiyoka Ikeda at Giant Robot 2. Kiyoka Ikeda wasn’t present, but his presence was there in the forms of his ground breaking custom work. The walls had some paper murals to be colored in a little at a time. That’s Matt Specktor, daughter and Mike Kelly (Le Merde).

Customers check out the figures.

Coloring in walls.

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Giant Robot Biennale 3 at JANM Photos Set 3

Koji Sakai, Clement Hanami, Greg Kimura, myself.

Money Mark and Clement Hanami

David Choe and Money Mark

Deth P Sun art.

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Giant Robot Biennale at JANM Photo Set 2

That’s Deth P Sun and Marci Washington

Rob Sato and family. That’s Ako Castuera in gold

 

That’s Mr and Mrs Choe!

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Giant Robot Biennale 3 at JANM Photo Set 1

Here’s photo set 1. I’ll get to writing later on. This set is by Dean Gojobori who helped throughout the exhibition. People enter Albert Reyes “maze” downstairs.

 

That’s my introducing Rob Sato and Ako Castuera.

 

The Queens Court. Thanks for coming through.

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Jeni Yang Art Available Online

Jeni Yang art available Online at this link.



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GR2: Jeni Yang Two of a Kind

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GR2 – Uglydoll Wage Birthday Party Event Photos

A great event, thanks to the staff and David Horvath for helping make this all happen. WAGE! was played. If you didn’t make it, you missed out on great prizes. The chances of winning were high! Some even won twice. Behind the scenes, was a lot of preparation to make an event come off simple. We’re glad to do it every time.

 

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The Trading Tortoise Stops at Giant Robot 2

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GR2 Theo Ellsworth Reception Photos

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HIROSHIMA: Portraits of Survivors

LIFE: After Hiroshima: On the anniversary of the July 16, 1945 Trinity test in New Mexico that gave birth to the Atomic Age, LIFE.com presents photographs — most of them never published in LIFE — taken in Hiroshima after the Second World War ended. Here, in the landscape of a ruined city, and on the scarred skin and misshapen limbs of Japanese who survived the world’s first nuclear attack, photographer Carl Mydans discovered the legacy — part nightmare, part surprising, wishful dream — of those world-changing explosions.

Hiroshima children patiently wait their turn for a examination in a temporary clinic.

Here’s more of photographer Carl Mydan’s 1947 photo series [ LIFE ~ "Hiroshima: Portraits of Survivors" ]

 



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Yukinori Dehara “Talk show” and Workshop

Yukinori Dehara at Giant Robot is a great art show. The opening was awesome, but the workshop and talk was amazing too. Not only did you get to see the story of his life, you got to actually make a figure. He even did it in Japanese. No translation was necessary at all. It was hilarious. His opening yell, LET’S MAKE was followed by the passing out of Japanese paper clay. Step by step, you learned to make one of his characters. The best part was at the end, this little bit of clay that was left behind? You make an intestine with it!

 

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Anime Expo Cosplay Photos by Dean Gojobori



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Yukinori Dehara Satoshi Opening Reception Photos

Work is available online now!



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