For the release of Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories, Gauntlet Gallery is hosting a show called ReDiscovery May 18, 2013 in San Francisco. Check out their Facebook page and EVENT LISTING for more info. “Legacy” by illustrator Samuel “Sho” Ho highlights Daft Punk’s past albums and ushers in the welcoming of their next highly anticipated album. Available in 50 limited edition Giclees, and 10 stretched Canvas. Contact/Checkout www.gauntletgallery.com for more information.
24” X 36” print. If you’d like to receive this wonderful print for free, all you have to do is like the Fair Goods facebook, it’s that easy!!.
Head on over for full details HERE, but the offer is only open for the next 12 days and supplies are limited so no dilly-dallying. Offer open to residents of the US and Canada only.
His series begins with three benchmark heroes Iron Man, Silver Surfer and Captain America.
Working with Marvel and Mighty Fine, illustrator Samuel Ho www.samuelho.com was excited to combine two things he loved, designing sports logos and creating teams for his favorite super heroes/villains. The first six of the series debut with Team Captain Marvel, Team Hulk, Team Ironman, Team Loki, Team Ultron and Team Thor. You can now get these logo designs produced by Mighty Fine at welovefine.com
The newly minted Gallery 1988 East in LA will be hosting a screen print show called “Product Placement” on Saturday Mar 9, 7-10pm. The premise of the show features artists creating screen prints of ads for products that exist only in our favorite pop culture references. Whether its an ad for the Power Loader from the movie “Aliens” or Dapper Dan cream from “Where Brother Art Thou” this surely will be a hit with movie/tv show enthusiasts. Each artist’s prints will have a minimum edition of 50 so bring your wallets and Pop-culture appetite, this surely will be a crowd pleaser.
Go to www.gallery1988.com for more info.
Neo Tokyo Customs by Joshua Budich
Kobayashi Porcelain by Samuel Ho
P-5000 Work Loader by Tom Whalen
Bottleneck Gallery‘s Gizmos and Gadgets show will be opening Friday Jan 18th and run till Thursday Feb 3. This show will feature pop cultures most iconic gizmos and gadgets. This show will be benefitting the Humane Society via portion of art sales and ebay auction items. In their words:
It is a common saying that a man’s best friend….are his Gizmos and Gadgets? Sorry animal lovers but at this show, this new adage rings true. We are constantly reminded by popular culture that in a time of great need, there is nothing better to have at your side than something conjured up by man. Whether the Gizmo or Gadget’s idea came about while on the toilet, was made in the deep recesses of a dark and rodent filled cave, or just simply provides the speed necessary to get you from point A to point B (while eluding your followers), Bottleneck’s newest show focuses on the material items made popular by your favorite movies, television shows and books. Each artist will present a piece depicting a Gizmo or Gadget that has shaped our culture in some way, shape or form. Who said being materialistic was a bad thing?
Bottleneck has lined up a great assortment of artists including Godmachine, Dave Perillo, Samuel Ho, Mark Englert and many more. Here are a few preview pieces:
Opening Feb. 9, Amelia Cantlay, Sakura Minamida, Amber Drsata and Laurie Ma and their team will be raising money through the things they love Animals, Art and Videogames.PRESS PAWS is a gaming themed charity art show at the Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra California, and will feature 50 artists, with the theme of animals in the video game world. Sales from the art and silent auction items proceeds will go the What’s Up Dog! LA to go along with the event they are also raising money via indiegogo fundraiser. You can donate HERE
Press Paws event logo by Paul Robertson
Zombie Pup by Samuel “Sho” Ho
Hero Complex Gallery is having their debut show in Los Angeles Jan 11/13 “Weapon of Choice” at the Designs Matters gallery. Featuring a list of great artists, the theme revolves around art focusing on pop culture icons and their iconic weapons. Opens Friday, January 11th 7-11pm.
“Tongue” by Samuel Ho
“Conan” by Joshua Budich
“Buck Rogers” by Laurent Durieux
“RJ MacReady” by Craig Drake
“Shaun of the Dead” by Bruce Yan
“Hulk” by Blunt Graffix
Illustrator Samuel “Sho” Ho created his new piece “The Buzz” for the upcoming Judd Apatow tribute art show at LA’s Gallery 1988 on Melrose opening Dec 4. 2012, the night hosted by Judd himself (check gallery website for RSVP instructions) An homage to “The Gossips” (bit.ly/TvPTQy) by the American artist Norman Rockwell. As an artist who defined the american landscape of his time, Apatow did with how he shaped the comedic landscape today. Below is the full piece and some closer previews. 20 limited edition Giclee prints will be available at Gallery 1988. You can see more of Samuel “Sho” Ho’s work at NoSmallVictories.com / Facebook / Twitter
Here are some closer previews
Opening Oct. 26th, 2012 at 7pm, Gallery 1988 (Venice) location will be hosting its second “The Old School Video Game Show (Level 2)” Where over 75 artists will create their own take on take on video games characters of our past. Here are previews of work featured in the show.