David Cook Solo Show at Cotton Candy Machine from Cotton Candy Machine on Vimeo.

Last Friday David M. Cook unleashed the colorful darkness that is Death To Everyone Is Gonna Come. What a show! 
The turn out was fantastic and the party ran late into the night. Originals, prints, memorabilia, and a sweet new line of shirts were picked up left and right by happy fans. Work will be on the walls until August 4th, so be sure to stop in and have a look! 
Check out some of the action below!

David M. Cook, Tara McPherson, Sean Leonord

David M. Cook is the architect of a mischievous microcosm. Amicable and unassuming, he hardly seems the “type” to consistently and skillfully crank out such a lewd labyrinth of work, but the cheeky hedonism comes all too naturally. Based in Brooklyn but originally from Louisville, Kentucky, David (who also answers to Bonethrower) uses no shortage of fine lines to design a world that is equal parts modern mysticism and memento mori—at the end of the day, it all sinks in like a psychotropic drug.

If you missed it, check out the full gallery of photos here!

Also, check back soon for a video of the night! 

Tiny Trifecta, Major Triumph!

Riley Ziesig
Tue 06.18.13

Tiny Trifecta Curated by Tara McPherson at Cotton Candy Machine from Cotton Candy Machine on Vimeo.

The 3rd Annual Tiny Trifecta show was incredible! Over 80 artists contributed three unique pieces for the modest price of $100 a pop! Not to mention several artists featured came out to meet and greet fans, and even picked up a few items to take home for themselves. We had a blast and hope you all did too! From the talented artists to our dedicated patrons, we cannot thank you enough for making this night super memorable! 

Here is a listed of ALL the featured artists:
Kid Acne, Jessicka Addams, Aiko, Andrew Bell, Heather Benjamin, Florence Blanchard, Robert Bowen, Jon Burgerman, Iain Burke, Zoe Byland, You Byun, Victor Castillo, Deedee Cheriel, Luke Chueh, Ciou, Becky Cloonan, David M. Cook, Dave Correia, Troy Coulterman, Molly Crabapple, Lana Crooks, Camilla d'Errico, Dilek Baykara, Steven Daily, Ron English, Brian Ewing, Natalia Fabia, P-Jay Fidler, AJ Fosik, Lola Gil, Gris Grimley, Jason Holley, Thomas Hooper, Jim Houser, Seldon Hunt, Jeremy Hush, Charlie Immer, Jordin Isip, JK5, Lyejm Kallas-Lewis, Aya Kakeda, Audrey Kawasaki, Kozyndan, Henry Lewis, Farron Loathing, Travis Louie, David Mack, Jim Mahfood, Steve Manale, Malojo, Sara Antoinette Martin, Tara McPherson, Brandi Milne, Junko Mizuno, Moki, Buff Monster, Tomi Monstre, Michael Motorcycle, Lori Nelson, Saelee Oh, Kathie Olivas, Alex Pardee, Brandt Peters, Shaunna Peterson, Joshua Petker, Anthony Pontius, Martha Rich, Arik Roper, Paul Romano, Frank Russo, Martina Russo, Jay Ryan, Mark Ryden, Souther Salazar, Isabel Samaras, Scarecrowoven, Jon Schnepp, Shawnimals, Greg “Craola” Simkins, Amy Sol, Jeff Soto, Sucklord, Diana Sudyka, L'Amour Supreme, Jill Thompson, Yosuke Ueno, Adam Wallacavage, Jonathan Wayshack and Chet Zar.

Missed the show? Check out all the action HERE. We will also have a video online shortly.
Be sure to swing by the shop to see the work in person from now until July 7th, 2013! 


Sean Leonord, Jeremy Hush, Tara McPherson, Dilek Baykara, Michael Motorcycle

David M. Cook and Tara McPherson


Daniel Danger Photo & Video Recap

Riley Ziesig
Wed 06.05.13
We loved Daniel Danger's second show here at Cotton Candy Machine. The shop was loaded with originals, drawings, new prints, and tons of fun merchandise, while a line wrapped around the block with some of Daniel's biggest fans.
Did you miss it? No worries! Have a look at our video of the event in action!

Daniel Danger Solo Show at Cotton Candy Machine from Cotton Candy Machine on Vimeo.
Be sure to check out all the event photos HERE.

Daniel Danger is an illustrator and printmaker working out of New England. The son of an middle school art teacher married to a professional potter, Daniel was never going to be a mathematician or claims adjuster for a top rated insurance agency. Amidst old houses dead from the fallout of urban sprawl, railway bridges asleep from neglect, and trees that engulf everything; his work attempts to remind you of something you may have said to someone, or something someone may have said to you; back in that time period thats just too far away to remember clearly, but not so long ago you forgot about it completely. His memories and many of his friends are simply ghosts now, shaking him awake with mistimed alarm clocks and the sounds of a television from across the house. Documentation is key to get through the day. Things are always changing and its easy to lose yourself.



Daniel Danger and some happy print owners

Daniel Danger, Tara McPherson, Sean Leonard





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