My pal, Doug Anderson, took 35 poems from Shel Silverstein’s A Light in the Attic and turned them into songs for his lucky daughter. The collection is great, just fantastic, and you should download it immediately. (If the art looks familiar, it’s Josh LaFayette, who you have no doubt seen around here.) Anderson’s latest album, Nearly There, was released, also for free on Bandcamp.
Nice one from Josh LaFayette.
Also, we have new branding for Bacon and Beer Festival by Josh LaFayette who is great at art AND great at being friendly. Go figure.
T Shirts and details and ticket info available in a couple weeks.
Here’s some information about the next Super Precious Art Gallery group art show. Super Precious is one of the projects I started earlier in the year, and the shows have been getting better and better. If you like art, it’d be awesome if you’d sign up on the mailing list.
Into the highly charged political arena of this election season, Super Precious Art Gallery wades with an irreverent look at Propaganda for Non-Politicians. The show features over 20 pieces from 18 local and national artists advocating for everything from boats to coffee to Q*bert. Join us on Sunday, November 4th at Bloc 11 Cafe in Union Square, Somerville for an opening reception of the show with artists on hand and prints available.
Last week we put up the artwork for the latest Super Precious Art Gallery show, the theme was 20th Century American Authors. I think this might be our best show yet, which I will likely say every month, but the art is great. There are posters inspired by Orwell, Gibson, Steinbeck, Salinger, Vonnegut, and of course, Bukowski. The show has been getting some good feedback and was picked up by The Millions, Flavorwire, ShortList, and Exp.lore.
I’d really appreciate if you signed yourself up for the Super Precious email list, which gets a message about once every 6 weeks.