"Hello/Goodbye from the most horrific/wonderful place on earth, one that can only be felt by the mind’s eye. A place so intrinsically ridiculous it defies all form of reality, and whether or not it exists is uncertain.
Aloha Utopia is a collection of prints by Jen Gin and Bradford Haubrich that embody the creative spirit, striking a balance between complete nonsense and perfect understanding. Enjoy walking the line between this/that with us.
Have a good day/night
-Brad & Jen"
I recently commissioned my good friend and amazing photographer Phil Jackson to document my window display "The End of Daze" at The University of the Arts. I am extremely happy with how the photos turned out, as this window is notoriously difficult to photograph without any glare. THANKS PHIL
I am excited to announce a two-person show I will be in this first Friday, September the 2nd at the one and only Part Time Studios (2031 Frankford Ave. Philadelphia, PA) with my good friend Dewey Saunders. The show is entitled "The Skull, The Bottle, The Flower, The Mountain" and is based around four collaborative pieces that represent these things. The above promotional image was a collaboration between myself and Dewey, and includes actual photographs of the four collaborative pieces before we started painting them. Here is the promotional blurb on the back of the card:
Tomorrow the second issue of BAM!POW!, a zine put together by friend Kevin Wallace who is a part of the Chernobyl Arts Collective, will be released at Philamoca (531 n. 12th street, Philadelphia PA). I have contributed the three drawings above, there is also a great group show and some film/psychadelic art shows all put together by friends of mine. There is a ton of stuff to see and do tomorrow for first friday, but this event is definitely worth a look.