André da Loba’s Cardboard Sculptures

André da Loba was born in 1979 in Portugal, to a mama and a centaur. In a family of nine brothers he was the ugliest. His nose was very big, and still is. As a result, his parents sent him to join a sea circus”.  His work has been published in a myriad of publications including the New York Times, Time Magazine, The New Yorker, Newsweek, and the Washington Post. ”Currently he lives in New York City, where he is secretly happy”.

The Xerox Fuzz of James Payne

The artwork of James Payne is a visceral microcosm of xerox fuzz and highlighter smears.  He is currently the co-curator of the seminal midwest noise space and art gallery; Skylab, has had a chap book of his poetry published by Monster House Press entitled “Austerity Pleasures”, is the lead singer of the punk band Lose the Tude, and continues to self publish a myriad of zines, comics, and exhibition catalogues.

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Bradford Haubrich’s Functional Art

Bradford Haubrich creates wondrous works of art containing a set of iconography culled from personal experiences and past memories. His work ranges from two dimensional paintings on found wood, to clocks and hand made mugs, and even a large scale installation containing a series of wooden flumes that dispense beer.

Cassie Ramone’s Notes From the Road

Cassie Ramone is most recognized as the front woman and lead axe shredder of the Brooklyn based lo-fi garage rockers the Vivian Girls.  She is also perpetually working on and exhibiting new drawings, paintings, t-shirts, and zines.  “Shitty Reality’” is an ongoing tour diary of sorts that is chock full of her endearing interpretations of popular cartoons, notes and scrawlings from the road, and various snap shots and collages from hours spent traveling the contiguous United States of America.

Brecht Even’s Mystical Comics

Brecht Evens is a Brussels, Belgium based cartoonist and illustrator.  He creates expressive comics that take you on a mystical adventure through a wonderland of seemingly normal places.  As garden utopias manifest out of the back rooms of nightclubs and bars- a myriad of personal intimacies are revealed from behind the closed doors of apartment flats and town houses.  His paintings and comics leave you with a resonating feeling comparable to having a near perfect night out in your favorite city.

Matthew Volz’s Garage Punk Aesthetic

Matthew Volz is the official artist of Queens, New York based garage punks The Beets. In addition to creating banners, posters, and album artwork for the band he makes paintings and sculptural installations involving a vast iconography culled from the doldrums of saturday morning cartoons and comic books. Pro wrestlers of the past share the page with bug eyed teenagers, superheroes, street rats, cowboys, indians, Joey Ramone, and everything in between.

Alex Schubert’s Blobby Boys

I like to think of Alex Schubert’s Blobby Boys as a mid 90′s live action sitcom that never happened.  They smoke (and deal) weed, romp around the city on motorcycles, slime people, and steal your milk money all before they’ve had band practice.