Posted by – August 23, 2013
Super Week of the Blue Moon!!! Just wanted to share a new print release that has found its way from the paint to the print shop. Some were babies and others were world dominatrix lab experiments gone wrong! The Experimenter befriends the Experimented!
Each set contains Two (2x) 9″ x 12″ Gicleé Prints, Edition of 10.
Signed and in Paired Numbers (i.e. 1/10s, 2/10s, 3/10s, etc)
Thank you again for making this an amazing year! Use the code
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Eric Hancock’s Digital Snowshop
(expires august 31st, 2013)
Posted by – July 12, 2013
How’ve you been doing? Things have been snowballing a bit as I look for a workspace outside of the home and have enough to keep me busy through the end of the year. Few things to touch on since I’ve been away:
- New show at Bottleneck Gallery opening Tonight
- Other Projects in the works
- Sketching a bunch of Chickens
Tonight marks the opening of Brooklyn-based Bottleneck Gallery’s “Where is My Mind!?” show marking one of their remaining group shows for this year while moving toward a focus more single artist formatted exhibitions. Seeing that the theme coincides a bit more with my own aesthetic/surreal choices in environmental exploration, I decided to take the theme and run a bit; trying new paper, new colors, and a bigger executed size. All daunting in their own right, the final piece turned out spectacular. Titled “Pretensive” and available through the gallery starting tonight.
“Pretensive” by Eric Hancock :: 12″ x 16″ Prismacolor on Salmon Parchtone (French Paper Co.)
Wrapping up a new print for Hero Complex Gallery’s upcoming “Bleeding Metallics” show slated for the end of July; a gallery which has me busy on some amazing collaborative projects with international organizations and franchises (yet to be named). Super exciting! More details to come on that. July 30th, Mail Me Art: Short and Sweet is opening the public gallery exhibition and book release at The Framer’s Gallery in London, UK. This was a neat way to consider materials and time as a medium for creating original, international works of art!
I might be making a deck of playing cards. With Chickens. And some other detailed bits. To wrap up, here’s a selection of recent sketched chickens; Have a great, illustrious week everyone!
Posted by – April 21, 2013
This is year number three! Last night, the online bidding went live through Montana Skatepark Association’s site. On May 3rd, The Brink Gallery in Missoula, MT will open with an evening gallery show wrapping up the remainder of both the online auction and some live bids. I don’t remember how I originally got tangled up in their awesome web but this association dedicates their year to making safe, public places to skate throughout the state of Montana.
illustration by Craig Wheat and Olivia Britz and printed by Garage Tees!
Here’s some process photos from my contribution which was presented in a quick bog post here.
This annual auction provides funding for their endeavors which are best heard from the horse’s mouth (from their site) :
About the Montana Skatepark Association
The Montana Skatepark Association (MSA) is a growing organization of people who have recognized the value that free skateparks provide to communities in the state of Montana. We feel that skateboarding is a healthy, recreational activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages both as participants and as spectators. Skateboarding equipment is inexpensive and the facilities, once built, require very little maintenance.
Since 2000, the MSA has grown into a professional, experienced and committed organization providing support, consulting and grant-based financing for Montana communities who are looking to expand their recreational opportunities. We are 100% volunteer based and every dollar that comes into our organization is spent on building skateparks and skateboarding communities.
Please read our history to get an idea of how we came to be and where we are headed. If you are a representative of a community in Montana that is considering the addition of a skatepark or adding programming to an existing park, please contact us.
We’re here to help.
Posted by – July 18, 2012