Join us for the opening reception of Daniel Danger's second show at Cotton Candy Machine. The show will feature a selection of originals, drawings, new prints and fun merchandise.
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.
Opening Event Friday May 10th
7 to 11pm
We are very proud to announce the first installation of the Roebling Wall!! We have some great photos of the event and would like to thank everyone that came out. Last Saturday we hosted a live painting event with Buff Monster, L'Amour Supreme and David Cook. The event was a great way to wrap up our Number of The Beast show while still keeping a bit of Buff Monster and L'Amour Supreme around, and we are always excited when we get work from David Cook. All in all Saturday was pretty awesome! Do drop by Roebling between South 1st and Grand to check out the wall. And please do stay tuned for upcoming info on the next installation and live painting event, we are not excatly sure when but you won't want to miss it. Also don't miss all of the photos from the event!
Continuing on their world wide rampage Buff Monster and L'Amour Supreme are preparing a show with powers from the dark side with Number Of The Beast. Please join us for the opening reception of Cotton Candy Machine's second anniversary event, with Buff Monster and L'Amour Supreme! This collaborative two man show will feature original paintings, drawings, inkings, custom toys, as well as a new silkscreen print and new T-Shirts.
Buff Monster made a name for himself by putting up thousands of hand-silkscreened posters across Los Angeles. His work is characterized by happy characters living in brightly-colored bubbly landscapes. Along with meticulously executed paintings, he has created a wide range of merchandise ranging from prints and stickers, to vinyl toys and plush. The color pink, a symbol of confidence, individuality and happiness, is present in everything he creates. His work has been shown in galleries worldwide, and published by Juxtapoz, Nylon, Cool Hunting, The Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, and many more. After 15 years living and working in Hollywood, he has recently moved to Brooklyn.
L'Amour Supreme's influences range from street cultures of New York City, hip hop, hardcore and punk music all the way to 80’s and 90’s pop culture. He has travelled the world showcasing his work and live painting in places like Tokyo, Stockholm, Berlin and cities across the US. His background in architectural design has given him the ability to conceive his art in 3D not limited to 2D design. He has designed products ranging from custom furniture, jewelry, cars and footwear including many projects with Mishka. L'Amour Supreme would like to keep pushing the boundaries of how ordinary objects are perceived and always blending aesthetic form with function.
Show Opening Event Friday April 12th
7 to 11pm
Show Closing Event Saturday May 4th Live Painting with Buff Monster, L'Amour Supreme and David M Cook on Cotton Candy Machine's new Roebling Wall public art space.
2 to 6pm
Join us for the opening reception of Dave Cooper and Troy Nixey's first show at Cotton Candy Machine. The show will feature original watercolored drawings, inkings, new prints and some fun merchandise.
Dave Cooper made a name for himself as an underground comicbook artist in the '90s with his graphic novels, "Suckle", "Crumple", "Dan+Larry", and "Completely Pip and Norton". Near the end of the 90s, with the release of his Fantagraphics Books series "Weasel" and subsequently, the graphic novel, "Ripple" Dave established his position in the field. The critical acclaim and general notoriety that his work attracted during this time lead to many interesting opportunities in toy design, fine art printmaking, animation design, illustration, and screenwriting. At the turn of the century Dave turned his attention toward oil painting. He's since had a number of successful, high profile solo shows in Los Angeles, New York, and Paris.
Troy Nixey is well known as an illustrator/writer of comic books. Notable comics include “Batman: The Doom that Came to Gotham,” “Batman: The Gasworks,” “It’s only the End of the World Again,” “Grendel: Black, White and Red” and “Bacon.” Nixey also co-created the comic mini-series “Jenny Finn” and the critically acclaimed comic “Trout.” His comic book background has been perfect for Nixey’s transition into a director of genre films, allowing Nixey to bring his unique design sense and storytelling ability to “Don’t be Afraid of the Dark” the Guillermo del Toro film he directed in 2010. Troy Nixey is currently in development on a few feature film projects but his love for drawing still runs deep.
Opening Event Friday March 8th
7 to 11pm
Williamsburg Afterhours Brooklyn Armory Night!Saturday March 9th 7 to 10pm
Scott C. has been busy as usual and has a new book! Cotton Candy Machine is so pleased to be hosting the book release and signing for "The Great Showdowns" by Scott C. right here in Brooklyn.
On top of the new book Scott is bringing some original Great Showdown paintings! We will also be releasing a mini print set from his solo show Tender Times. Scott is really so amazing in person you wont want to miss this intimate opportunity...... with puppets!
Nathan Jurevicius and Joe Ledbetter join us for an amazing 2 man show featuring their amazing and colorful artworks.
Joe Ledbetter is influenced by classic animation, graphic design, and daily life, Joe Ledbetter's art is... well... a lot of things. Light-hearted in its approach, he often combines cute and cuddly creatures with unfortunate — albeit humorous — situations. With a lean on the subversive and absurd, these scenarios are all too familiar, questioning our tendency of taking life (and ourselves) too seriously. For his part Joe will be presenting 9 new paintings, an exciting new print set, and a uniquely customized inflatable unicorn (what was he thinking?!).
Nathan Jurevicius has worked as a freelance illustrator since 1994 with many international companies and galleries. His most acclaimed project to date is Scarygirl, a psychedelic, dream-like composition of heartfelt stories and reinterpreted folklore based around a cute but slightly odd little girl and her giant octopus guardian. Nathan will be presenting 34 watercolor and pen works on paper. Joe Ledbetter will be attending the opening.
Joe Ledbetter will be attending the opening. C'mon out to see what these two artists have up their sleeve as everything is reasonable priced for the holidays you're sure to find something fantastic for that someone special. And be sure to give Joe a hi-five as the show lands on his birthday! Please email email@example.com for presale info.
Bwana Spoons is a painter, and half jack of many other trades. He hearts trees, moss, and monsters, making toys, designing shoes, busting the occasional illustration, or working on an installation. Bwana also owns the awesome Grass Hut store in Portland, OR.
Join us for a fun show featuring original drawings & paintings, limited edition prints and toys, cool merchandise, art books and more! Plus a group show curated by Bwana Spoons with art by Martin Ontiveros, Kiyoshi Nakazawa, Alex Chiu, Tripper, Shawn Wolfe, Oliver Hibert, Arbito, Le Merde, Chanmen, Spencer Hibert, Ferris Plock, Uglydoll and APAK.
Camilla d'Errico finds joy in angst - in shape and in form, in color and in texture – and in the embodiment of passion. She loves capturing the tension, the drama, and the unrest in people’s faces and showing them a reflection of their own deep seated emotions. It is about expressing what they feel and feeling what they express. Brandi Milnewas born and raised in Anaheim, California and always had a love for creativity. Growing up, she was happily influenced by the oddities of the 1970's and 80's, vintage Halloween decorations, classic cartoons and an abundance of nostalgic child playthings. A self taught artist and illustrator, Milne's work represents a melding of many very different genres while embracing beauty and aesthetic over message or propaganda.
Please join us for an event with these two talented ladies. Works include original paintings, drawings, artbooks, toys, and more... and held during the exciting weekend of New York Comic Con!
Glenn Barr is one of Detroit's most celebrated and successful underground artists. His paintings have appeared in galleries from San Francisco to New York City. Glenn's work has been featured in a variety of comics and graphic novels such as Mad, DC Comics and Paradox Press as well as in a series of self published books called HEEP. Barr's contribution to animation include background styling for The Ren and Stimpy Show, Bjork's I Miss You video and The New Woody Woodpecker Show.
Please join us for an evening with Glenn Barr featuring paintings, prints, merch and more!
Jon Burgerman is a multidisciplinarian carefully constructing a world in which the narrative of being an artist is played out across a wide variety of media for the distraction, enlightenment and delight of those who choose to tune in.
Andrew Bell’s work spans a wide spectrum of mediums from illustrations and paintings to toys and sculptures. Much of his work is brought together by a sense of humor that often belies a more serious and sombre message.
JK5 lives and works in Brooklyn, New York where he relentlessly develops his visual, textual, and iconographic languages through a diverse range of media. JK5 is a highly respected custom tattoo artist and has been so for the last 20 years. Currently he is working on a new book of his lifes work with rizzoli, planning gallery shows in new cities across the globe, plenty of commercial illustration and design work, realizing his brand of vision, intent, communication in all forms from kids clothing and accessories, to a trans-media universe including feature films based on the Flowbot toys he produced with Kidrobot.es a more serious and sombre message. We are excited to have a show with these three amazing NYC based artists! Join us for a show of originals, prints, fun merch, toys and more! Photos by Riley Ziesig
We are so very excited to present to you our 2nd annual Tiny Trifecta show!!
Featuring THREE tiny pieces of $100 artfrom each artist! Jessicka Addams, Aiko, Jim Avignon, Shawn Barber, Andrew Bell, Robert Bowen, Jon Burgerman, Zoe Byland, Ciou, Becky Cloonan, David M Cook, Dave Cooper, Dave Correia, Molly Crabapple, Lana Crooks, Steven Daily, Daniel Danger, Camilla d’Errico, Brian Ewing, Natalia Fabia, PJay Fidler, AJ Fosik, Doze Green, Fred Harper, Jason Holley, Thomas Hooper, Jim Houser, Seldon Hunt, Jeremy Hush, Jordin Isip, JK5, James Jean, Jeremyville, Nathan Jurevicius, Aya Kakeda, Audrey Kawasaki, Josh Keyes, Henry Lewis, Lola, David Mack, Jim Mahfood, Sara Antoinette Martin, Dan May, Brandi Milne, Junko Mizuno, Buff Monster, Tomi Monstre, Michael Motorcycle, Martin Ontiveros, Alex Pardee, Joshua Petker, London Police, Anthony Pontius, Martha Rich, Paul Romano, Arik Roper, Jay Ryan, Souther Salazar, Isabel Samaras, Erik Mark Sandberg, Jon Schnepp, Shawnimal, Greg Simkins, Skinner, Bwana, Spoons, Sucklord, Diana Sudyka, Lamour Supreme, Fefe Talavera, Jill Thompson, Miss Van, Adam Wallacavage, Lindsey Way, John Wayshack, Eric White, and Chet Zar.
Curated by Tara McPherson
Image above by Diana Sudyka
All artwork will be sold in person on a first come first serve basis. In an effort to create a smoother and more efficient experience for everyone this year, pre-registration to purchase the art will begin at 4pm the day of the opening at Cotton Candy Machine. We will be proceeding in order of those waiting. Limit of 2 pieces of art per person. Remaining unsold pieces will go online the following week. Thank you!
Opening Event Saturday July 7th
7 to 11pm Pre Registration begins at 4pm
We are pleased to have the mysterious master back at Cotton Candy Machine! Join us for an Interactive Art and Game Show featuring all new Paintings from and Hosted by Alex Pardee! Here is what Alex had to say about the opening.
"Around 7:15 on the night of the show, the first 50 people to show up to watch the game will be given a raffle ticket. We will then have a drawing to pick the contestants. There are 14 slots open to play the game. The game is simple:
I show you a silhouette, and you have to examine the silhouette and tell me if you think the actual painting behind it features a character WITH a tumor, or WITHOUT a tumor. It's easy."
On top of the new Tumorous or Not Tumorous new paintings, Alex is filling the Cotton Candy Machine with his shirts and prints and setting up a Zerofriends Pop-Up shop in NYC once again. Don't miss this show!
Scott C. is a maker of paintings, illustrations, comics, kid’s books and video games. He studied illustration at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, focusing on comic and children’s book illustration. Soon after graduating, he began at Lucas Learning as concept artist on children’s video games. Four years later, he joined Double Fine productions as Art Director on such games as the critically acclaimed Psychonauts and Brutal Legend. Alongside this career in games, he has published numerous comics and created paintings that have appeared in galleries and publications around the world.
Please join us for a fun event with Scott C featuring new watercolors, books, prints, merch and more!
Join us in celebration for the release and signing of Bunny in the Moon: The Art of Tara McPherson Volume III.
"There is also a very special aspect to this book signing and it has to to with my new art boutique, Cotton Candy Machine... Not many people know this, but the location of Cotton Candy Machine was actually my art studio for the 5 years prior to the boutique opening! So all the paintings in my past 2 art books were all painted inside the very same space!! It means a lot to me to be able to have the signing and share my work with you in the same room that I spent so many long hours and long nights working on all the pieces that are in my new book!" - Tara McPherson
To make the event even sweeter.... the first 50 people to purchase a copy of the book at the boutique the day of the signing will receive a FREE Trance giclee!
Skinner will be back in New York for his solo show The Undermining Satanic Energies Of An Incongruent Suburban Sickness at Cotton Candy Machine. Skinner's love for metal-dressed fully erect demons eating their enemies goes beyond his incredible paintings and murals. This amazing monster maker from Sacramento also plays in the metal band "Ungoliant" and he practices and tours in between his busy painting schedule. The custom toy world now has a new super star with his collaborations from Lulubell toys. Skinner decided to stop teaching years ago so that he could focus on his personal art. Even though he is not in the classroom anymore he is still teaching a new generation of artists by the way he works. Skinner's collaborations range from our local homies at Mishka to Europe with the Dead Sea Mob. Just last October, Skinner created a huge body of work and a zine called the "Butcher Kings" by teaming up with long time murder accomplice Alex Pardee. And 2011 marked the year Skinner and Zerofriends launch his personal apparel line Critical Hit. 2012 is going to need more than Armageddon to stop this Monster.
David M Cook is an Illustrator based in NYC. Creating images of precise rays and intricate patterns making unbelievable texture and depth in his characters. David's iconic skull graced the album cover of Old Wounds by Young Widows. Davids no stop work ethic and his creatively beautiful exercises of pen precision will make for a show full of pieces you would love to take home.
Join us for the opening reception of David Cook's show at the Cotton Candy Machine. The show will feature original drawings, original tattoo flash sheets, t-shirts from local dungeon masters Shirts and Destroy and much more.
On Black Friday, November 25th we are having the most talked about Toy release we have ever been a part of here at Cotton Candy Machine. The newest collaboration in the NagNagNag series, 'Zombie Ice Baby' by Tara McPherson and Shigeru! Just last week Shigeru, who is the Japanese Vinyl master and Creator of the Nag, released his 5 toys of the edition through his website on 11.11.11 at 11:11. They were sold through a Lottery and collectors submit through email to be included in the raffle. Those 5 toys are all sold and that only leaves the 5 toys that we will be releasing here! *We were able to donate $300 to Oceana and Sea Shepard charities from money raised in the auction of the last Nag doll. Thank You!!
Nag Nag Nag Release Friday November 25th 9 to 10pm EST
We're hosting a fun one night event with NYC based artist, Sara Antoinette Martin, introducing her Skelecore Tshirt and Print line!
Mastering the art of cuteness through darkness, but without being too obvious about it, Sara Antoinette Martin is multi-diciplined. Creating multi layered mixed media paintings, painstakingly detailed pen and ink drawings, and more recently, traditional inspired tattoos. She paints strong women, pretty intestines and her seemingly disparate influences include traditional tattoo art, fins, gills, flowers and Masonic and alchemical symbolism.
There will be lots of tee shirts and accessories, plus many affordable giclee prints, serigraphs and a few originals. If you have been to any of the recent Cotton Candy Machine events, she's the gal snapping all the photos!
Enjoy the Video from a book signing for Scott C's art book, Amazing Everything, published by Insight Editions.
With equal parts style, humor, and insight, Scott C. has delighted an international fanbase with his unique watercolor paintings, illustrations, and drawings. Amazing Everything: The Art of Scott C. is his first monograph, the best and most imaginative works of art in his emerging career.
Join us for a very special one night event with Lulubell and Friends, featuring exclusive Cotton Candy Machine colorway releases from Lulubell, Lulubell Japan, Cherry Vinyl, Grody Shogun, Velocitron and more!
We will also be celebrating the release of Tara McPherson's 'George' resin figure by Cherry Vinyl in a super limited edition of 6 turquoise.
Circus Posterus began in 2000 as a small collective of fine artists, illustrators, gallery curators and collaborators working together to create exhibitions and art projects utilizing the diverse backgrounds of each of its members. The group officially evolved into an established company in 2007 by original founders Kathie Olivas and Brandt Peters, and has expanded to include the amazing talents of Chris Ryniak, Travis Louie, Sas and Colin Christian, Glen Barr and more.
This event will showcase limited edition prints, 3D works, and small originals. Held in conjunction with New York Comic Con.
A spectacular display of all six artist's Shirts and Destroy merchandise...Plus, 12 brand new original collaborations by all six artists! Limited edition prints from each Artist will be available at the event. To top that, we are donating a percentage of sales to a local arts outreach program ... who says tattoo artists, metal heads and subversive painters of Brooklyn don't have big hearts?
Local artists and local business for all hands!
Opening Reception Friday September 9th
7 to 11pm
Welcome the wild and crazy stylings of Buff Monster and Jeremyville! This event is sure to tickle you pink!
Buff Monster lives in Hollywood and cites heavy metal music, ice cream and Japanese culture as major influences. The color pink, a symbol of confidence, individuality and happiness, is present in everything he creates. Buff Monster’s creative endeavors began by putting up thousands of hand-silkscreened posters across Los Angeles and in far-away places. His frequent poster missions developed into a productive street art career, and he now works on fine art paintings, collectible toys and select design projects.
Jeremyville is an artist, product designer and author. He wrote the first book in the world on designer toys called 'Vinyl Will Kill', in 2003, and his 2nd book 'Jeremyville Sessions', (both published by IdN, distributed by Gingko). Jeremyville has been in group shows at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburg, Colette in Paris, the Madre Museum in Napoli, the 796 Arts District in Beijing, and Giant Robot in New York. Converse has released 2 Jeremyville Chuck Taylor high tops, and Kidrobot have released several of his designer toys. He also regularly speaks at creative conferences, having spoken at Pictoplasma in Berlin this year, and upcoming conferences in Argentina, Norway, New York and Brazil.
Remaining available prints will be posted to the site soon. Please sign up for the mailing list below to be notified of release dates.
Daniel Danger is an illustrator and printmaker working out of New England. The son of a 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 will be showing a selection of silkscreened art prints and rock posters, and originals, and will be at the opening event.
We are so pleased to host a signing event with one of our all time favorite bands around... the MELVINS!!! They will be in town for their 2 back to back shows at the Music Hall of Williamsburg this June. Tara McPherson will be doing the poster for this show, and we will have them for sale along with the brand new Cotton Candy Machine Melvins shirt. (Which all sizes are fully back in stock!)
We will have a fun photobooth setup at the event so you can have your picture taken with the Melvins! Bringing your own prop is encouraged!! We will have some on hand as well. So come down and meet the band, take a sweet pic, have them sign your stuff, and start your night out right!
ROCK IT TO ME Features the artwork and prints of 6 of our favorite rock poster artists! Join us for a fun filled evening inspired by rock, metal, and printmaking! Each artists will be bringing not only rock posters, but their gorgeous art prints, shirts, and other sweet merchandise as well!
Opening ReceptionFriday June 3rd 7 to 11pm
Brian Ewing, Michal Motorcycle and Jay Ryan will all be in attendance!
Beverages provided by Dogfish Head Beers
In conjuction with her solo exhibition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery on May 26th, we welcome French native, Barcelona local, Miss Van to the Cotton Candy Machine!
Join us for a book signing for 'Twinkles' and 'Atame'. Miss Van will also have some beautiful and extremely limited gicleés for sale as well.
Signing Event Saturday May 28th
7 to 9pm
TWINKLES - The book traces the Twinkles work since 2008. The Miss Van Stolen Heart Series, Twinkles, Still a little magic and Immaculadas.
ATAME - This is a limited printing edition of only 1000 cataloges, individually numbered. Includes canvases, drawings and installation exhibited at the Magda Danysz Gallery in Paris, during December 2007.
We're proud to present a Zerofriends Art and Print show! Zerofriends is the creative collective founded by Alex Pardee and features the artwork of loads of talented artists. Alex is a longtime friend of Cotton Candy Machine co-founder Sean Leonard, so it is perfect that we have them for our second event!
Opening RecepetionFriday May 6th
7pm to 11pm
Alex Pardee and Dave Correia will be attending the opening reception. The show will feature limited edition prints, apparel, fun merchandise, books, and some originals.
Zerofriends will be releasing 2 colorways of a brand new print tomorrow in a super limited edition of 25. Aptly titled 'The Cotton Candy Machine'. Also Dave correia will have a bunch of hand embellished prints for you.
But that's not all! Alex will be bringing ONE copy of his new book AWFUL RESILIANT with a hand painted cover to give away to one lucky person at the event! It's number 1 of 250. With every purchase of $50 you will recieve one raffle ticket. Alex will pick a winner at 11pm tomorrow night!
Aaaaand there's more! Zerofriends will be releasing two new shirts from Alex's amazing show 'Vertigo' tomorrow at the Cotton Candy Machine as well. So many activities!!
Ladies and gentleman, I present to you the Grand Opening event for the Cotton Candy Machine... the TINY TRIFECTA!! When thinking of what to do for the first exhibition, I wanted it to be something magical, shiny and glorious, and what better way to make magic happen than to get 100 of my favorite artists together for a fun show!
Featuring the art of Jessicka Addams, Esao Andrews, Jim Avignon, John Baizley, Shawn Barber, Gary Baseman, Andrew Bell, Leia Bell, Bongoût, Robert Bowen, Beast Brothers, Mike Budai, Casey Burns, Scott C, Joe Capobianco, Marcos Chin, Colin Christian, Sas Christian, Ciou, Becky Cloonan, David Cook, Dave Cooper, Jessi Cornett, Dave Correia, Molly Crabapple, Lana Crooks, Steven Daily, Daniel Danger, Camilla d’Errico, Stephan Doitschinoff, Huck Gee, Dana Glover, Dan Grzeca, Brian Ewing, Natalia Fabia, PJay Fidler, Justin Hampton, Kevin Hayes, Mark Heggie, Hero, Boris Hoppek, Jim Houser, Seldon Hunt, Jeremy Hush, Jordin Isip, Jeremyville, Aya Kakeda, Audrey Kawasaki, Lindsey Kuhn, Henry Lewis, Travis Louie, Lola, David Mack, Jim Mahfood, Steven Manale, Sara Antoinette Martin, Angie Mason, Dan May, Tara McPherson, Mike Mignola, Brandi Milne, Junko Mizuno, Buff Monster, Tomi Monstre, Michael Motorcycle, Kathie Olivas, Alex Pardee, Marion Peck, Brandt Peters, Joshua Petker, Nathan Pickett, Anthony Pontius, Little Friends Of Printmaking, Arabella Proffer, Noah Rice, Nathan Rice, Martha Rich, Jermaine Rogers, Paul Romano, Arik Roper, Martina Secondo Russo, Frank Russo, Jay Ryan, Mark Ryden, Isabel Samaras, Jon Schnepp, Mike Shinoda, Rafael Silveira, Greg Simkins, Skinner, Morgan Slade, Timba Smits, Shawn Smith, Jeff Soto, Nathan Spoor, Tofu Squirrel, Diana Sudyka, Fefe Talavera, Jill Thompson, Adam Wallacavage, Jonathan Wayshack, Eric White, Elizabeth Winnel, Martin Wittfooth, Chet Zar.
Opening EventSaturday April 9th, 2011
7pm to Midnight
Image above by Brandi Milne.
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