Wednesday, March 28, 2007

i will eat my way through NYC

mirrors sketch

I'm sneaking this post in a little early because tomorrow I am getting on a plane to NYC to see some friends, have some fun, eat yummy NYC food and party with lots of Jewish family at my cousin's bar mitzvah. Hope to run into some cool art while I'm there and maybe I'll even make some myself.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Looks Good Enough to Eat

Have you seen the new Blood is the New Black website?
There's lots to see up there and even more when the new designs are added.

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

I made a MESS

Mess Cover

So basically because I can't sit still for 5 minutes without coming up with a new project to take on, I decided to make a little limited edition magazine to create a venue for some really creative and talented people I know. It's called "Mess" for the sole reason that I can now say I made a Mess. Art, comics, writing, photography, etc.

And yes, I hope to make another even bigger and better Mess sometime. This first edition is free because it's kind of a test run but in theory future Mess' will have a fee ONLY to cover the cost of printing.

Eventually there will be a website with more information about the people involved.

As we speak, a limited number of copies of this 'zine' are being sprinkled around Los Angeles and by the end of next week Seattle, New York, and Philadelphia. There are a few copies still in my possesion so if anyone is interested in having one please email me at andreashear(at) and I will just send you one, no cost to you at all.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

moleskine thursdays?

I am considering making Thursday "moleskine day" when I will share some of the nonsense that spues from my brain every so often...







But there's really no way I'll ever stick to it...

Monday, March 12, 2007

art shows for the stars

3/9/07 Thinkspace Gallery "Behind Bedroom Doors":

Sylvia Ji

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Joshua Petker
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The boys are certainly into the show.


Elizabeth Peyton at the Regen Projects
Elizabeth Peyton

Among the names at this show were Sophia, Romy and Roman Coppola all looking super fab. Like Mitra, this show made me miss NYC. I interned at Gavin Brown Gallery for like a week once. Why I left I can't quite remember but one of my tasks was working on Elizabeth's show and I just really love love a painterly painter who paints the people in her life. I'm so glad I didn't miss this one.

Next to the "Heart Throb" show at Merry Karnowsky Gallery featuring Miss Van,
Junko Mizuno and Aiko Nakagawa:

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Miss Van

I loved the installation of the main room. The dark colors on the wall really set the mood for the work.

I tried to make the Mark Ryden show but the line was so long that they ended the show before we got in. I've heard it's amazing so hopefully I'll catch it next week. I also heard that show had quite an extensive celeb cast as expected.

Thursday, March 8, 2007

blitzkrieg flu

So this crazy blitzkrieg flu got me this week resulting in the tardiness of this post about last weekend's galleries. But better late than never so here goes:


Friday night Kitschen Sync show at La Luz De Jesus staring some of the usual suspects and some new names...
With these ginormous group shows it's kind of a lot to wrap your head around. It's like, there are "areas of the gallery" that I'm drawn to instead of specific artists. I hope that's what's intended.

Jordan Isip
a piece that i liked by Jordan Isip.

Sat. night after going to a friends' show at UCLA I headed to Culver City for the art insanity that is Culver City on a Sat. night these days...


Loved this installation at BLK/MRKT by Ben Tour.
The entire show was very likeable.

Andy Howell at lab101 gallery:




Lots going on this coming weekend I hope I'm up to it...

Sunday, March 4, 2007

in print

me and mitra

Go pick up this month's issue of Juxtapoz.

I miss going to shows with Mitra.

where have you been little drawings?


Why I've just been up north in Vancouver, BC. It was a good trip but I'm glad to be back.



I've got some art, shows, and other news to post about this coming week...