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Dreamlands

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Tiny Trifecta : 2014

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Scarygirl 10th Anniversary Show

Back in 2004, Magic Pony hosted Nathan’s first North American art show “Forests Have Feelings Too” and held our very first DIY Toy Party with Nathan as the guest artist! Oh the memories! Since then, Scarygirl has become a cult character whose designer toys, online comic, game and artwork have won millions of fans world-wide. To celebrate a decade of creativity, Nathan Jurevicius has curated over 100 artists to create the Scarygirl 10 year Anniversary exhibition. Each artist has selected one of the main characters from the world of Scarygirl – Chihoohoo, Treedweller, Blister, Egg, Bunniguru, Dr Maybee, and Scary Girl and reinterpreted them in their own style. Participating artists include: Alex Mcleod & Krystle Tabujara, Angel & Justin, Akiko Ito, Akinori Oishi, Aaron Stewart, Ajee, Apak, Abe Lincoln Jr, Andrew Bell, Ania Tomicka, Andrea Kang, Allison Cole, Arv Slabosevicius, Adrienne Marcella Kammerer, Austin Power, Beck Wheeler, Bwana Spoons, Bubi Au Yeung, Bibbe Hansen, Ben Newman, Bev Hogue, Darcel Disappoints, Diavù, Destroy You, David Healey, Erica Calardo, Eric Holswade, Emily Bricker, Emiline Allen, Evoker, Erin Bushelman, The Beast Brothers, Frank Kozik, Gemma Correll, Gary Ham, Gabe Gill, Hyein Lee, Haze XXL, HAZ, Itokin Park, Junko Mizuno, Jesse LeDoux, Jesse Hernandez, Jon Burgerman, Joshua Ben Longo, J★RYU, MAD, Jermaine Rogers, Jillian Clark, Juan Molinet, Joe Ledbetter, Javier Gonzalez Burgos, Jeremyville, Kozyndan, Karen Kuehn, Lamour Supreme, Lou Pimentel, Leah Chun, Luke Jurevicius, Luke Chueh, Lana Crooks, Lunartik, Luke Temby, Luke Rook, MARKA27, Mark Gmehling, Motomichi Nakamura, Melinda Josie, Misery, MCA, Matthew Langille, Mishka, Miki Mottes, Mako Fufu, Matthieu Dutheil/K.Olin tribe, Nicholas Aoki, Nahum Ziersch, Patrick Ma, Pelon Cho, Patricio Oliver, Paul S O’Connor, Paul Shih, Peter Kato, Roque Ballesteros, Rolito, Raymond Lemstra, Ryan ‘Downtimer’ Alm, Ryan Matthew Cohn, Rebecca Adams, Remy Poisson, Rilla Alexander, Ryan Cox, Rob Reger, Ritzy Periwinkle, Sonni Adrian, Steve Manale, Sam Fout, Steve Alexander, Scott Tolleson, Steve Wilson, Shaun Tan, S.Britt, Salamander, Shawn Smith, Selena Wong, Scott Wetterschneider, Sabina Hahn, TADO, Touma, Tokyoplastic, Tokyobunny, Thomas Han, Tamar Moshkovitz/GO-TAM, Tara McPherson, Uman, Vitas Jurevicius, We Kill You, ZombieKid Yuck.

  • Dates: October 31, 2012 | November 11, 2012
  • Venue: Toy Tokyo
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Mixtape LA

The lost art of the mix tape: a simple piece of plastic slid into a pocket or delivered in an envelope, each song on it deeply personal – a promise of heartbreak or love, anger or joy. When fit together like the pieces of a puzzle, the music creates a stream of consciousness, a Rorschach experience with each individual’s reaction completely unique. It’s this experience that Dark Dark Science recreates with MIXTAPE, an interactive journey through the minds of twenty-four acclaimed fine artists. LA MiXTAPE documents the effect of music on the process of creation, asking each participating artist to create a piece titled after a song, artist, or band that has inspired or influenced his/her creative process. Curators Jessicka Addams and Brian Wakil have arranged the selections into a single dialogue between 24 fine artists and their musical muses, and in turn a conversation has been created between the artists themselves about the relationship between their art and music.

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Inle

Who or what is INLE? In 1974, Richard Adam's wrote the beloved classic "Watership Down". It is a tale about overcoming the obstacles of life that try to beat you into submission and coming out on top, told through the unlikely embodiment of rabbits. Upon reading the book at a young age, one particular thread stood out to me. The story of "The Black Rabbit of Inle". It was on page 280 of this book that my Grandfather had gotten for me on a road trip that the story of Inle´ unfolds. The fear he induced in the rabbits who told tales of him is not much unlike our own fears of death and what is unknown. I always questioned was their fear based upon him or the inevitability of their own demise, and was it something to fear or welcome after a long life lived? With this book began my over 24 year obsession with using rabbits as a tool in my art. Upon relating my memories of this book with some artist friends of mine, I wasn't surprised to find they had similar attachments to the story and subsequent movie and that it too was a huge influence on their work. The question is asked over and over "what inspires you and your art?". Well here is one aspect, and In my attempt to keep this story alive and in honor of Richard Adam's timeless story we are proud to present "INLE". -Greg "Craola" Simkins

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Playboy Redux

  • Dates: August 27, 2010 | October 12, 2010
  • Venue: Rotofugi
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ATP 2009

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16th Annual Swap Meet

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