A year has passed since we hosted Hot Pot Girls by Katsuya Terada. Aside from his status as the "Doodle King," he practically holds, "legendary" status in Japan. While his audience for original art grows, his constant effort into work shows. He'll pursue a part II of his Hot Pot Girls series. We'll make an assumption that he hasn't had enough of the series. 2014 also marks his 30th year in illustration.
We're hosting Terada in a series of events:
Sun. 11/16 2pm Digital Demonstration / Book Signing
Catch Katsuya Terada doing LIVE DIGITAL Part II at Giant Robot II.
Last year the room was packed to catch Terada doing his master work in person. This year, catch him again. What will he develop before your eyes? In case you're unfamiliar, Katsuya Terada is one of the premier digital artists, who was one of the early adopters in using the iPad as a drawing tool.
Giant Robot and Mark Todd and Esther Pearl Watson Present Post-It Ten at GR2.
Post-It is a curated event featuring 330 artists (In 2013) and 2500+ Post-It note art pieces. It's the premier event featuring Art on Post-It Notes by everyone's favorite artists. It's a curated exhibition. Past participants included: Audrey Kawasaki, James Jean, Gary Baseman, Nathan Ota, Rob Sato, Souther Salazar, Kent Williams, Mark Todd, Esther Pearl Watson, Yoskay Yamamoto, Luke Chueh, Katsuya Terada, Mari Inukai, Wayne Johnson, and many others.
All pieces are $25. We will not presell any pieces. We will not hold any pieces. You have to be here to purchase.