Artist Interview: Adam Roth

What sets Adam Roth apart from other illustrators is that you can actually go beyond the initial surface-level awesomeness of his pieces. For example, the burger warrior above is rad as hell, right? However, it’s not just that. It’s also got Adam’s pain, joy, and personal nature infused into it, making it more of a fine artwork then just a cartoon rendering of a cheeseburger gladiator. To most of us, action figures were toys we played with as children just for fun. Yet, to Adam Roth, they mean so much more, as you’ll find out in the interview below. They’re his muses. They’re his models. And they’re part of the reason Adam is one of the most unique artists I’ve come across in Los Angeles. So, in order to give you a full spectrum of his world, I’ve carefully curated the following images so you’re not just seeing Adam’s paintings, but you’re also getting a glimpse at the toys in his collection that inspire many of his works. Adam will be featured in the  upcoming exhibit VOID: In the Nether Regions, which opens on April 12th [2012] at Homeroom Gallery in Los Angeles.

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PopRally Presents: A Monster Mash

If you guys happen to be in New York, join PopRally as they count down to All Hallows Eve with two consecutive nights of films from MoMA‘s collection. On Friday, October 29, watch The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) or Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster (1965). On Saturday, October 30, check out Night of the Living Dead (1968) or Ghostbusters (1984). They kick off each evening with a cocktail reception (wear your costume!) featuring the hypnotizing sounds of the GHE20 GOTHIK DJs.

Costume reception begins at 9:00 p.m.; screenings begin at 10:30 p.m.


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