This coming weekend, April 18th-20th, I'll be in Anaheim California for Wondercon at the Anaheim Convention Center. Come find me in Artist Alley at table #AA117 for new prints, original tiny paintings, and high-fives.Read More
April 18-20, Anaheim CA
Wondercon Anaheim '14
Anaheim Convention Center
Artist Alley Table AA117
If you're in Seattle March 28th-30th, come to Emerald City Comic Con. I'll be exhibiting my artwork at table 1318 on the main floor. I have all kinds of new work to show you. A few weeks after that I'll be near Disneyland in Anaheim, appearing at Wondercon! Find me in Artist Alley at table AA117.
BONUS- Here's a Flickr collection of various conventions and art show sets throughout the years.
March 16th - April 9th, 2013
A 78 person art show spanning every card in a standard Rider-Waite Tarot deck, reimagined by top contemporary artists from around the United States. Curated by Warholian’s Michael Cuffe and hosted by Bradley Platz and Kim Larson of San Francisco’s Modern Eden Gallery.
Participating artists include...
Ryan de la Hoz, Vahge, Peter Adamyan, Steve Javiel, Catherine Moore, Adam Caldwell, Helen Bayly, John Wentz, Sherry DeLorme, Heart Twain, Brenton Bostwick, Brett Flanigan, Alex Huxley, Lisa Alonzo, Charmaine Olivia, Craig Larotonda, Chor Boogie, Lyrica Glory, Bradley Platz, Michael Cuffe
Chris Blackstock, Sandy Yagi, Sergio Lopez, Casey Gray, Trevor Young, Michael Ryan, Rachel Moseley, Jena Rockwood, Eve Skylar, Christopher Charles Curtis, Ben Walker, Carly Ivan Garcia, Melissa Morgan, Leilani Bustamante
Josh Ellingson, Lee Harvey Roswell, Mia Christopher, Lauren Napolitano, Cory Benhatzel, Joshua Coffy, Evan Venegas, Kim Larson, Mab Graves, Sidharth Chaturvedi, Brian Greif, Gregory Siff, Aaron Bo Heimlich, Robert Harris
Nick Flatt, Ivan Grianti, Brianna Angelakis, Daniel J. Valadez, Daisy Church, Ahren Hertel, Olivia Chen, Shawn Kawa, Chelsea Brown, Aleksandra Zee, Brandi Lee, Meryl Pataky, Marcos LaFarga, Jake Kobrin
Peat Wollaeger, Leon Loucheur, Jane Kenoyer, Xiau-Fong Wee, Aoi Yamaguchi, Calvin Wong, Gwen Rosewater, Renee Castro, Peter Gronquist, John Felix Arnold, Anne Herrero, Kim Frohsin, GILF, Akira Beard
Pics from Emerald City Comic Con '13
Thank you to everyone that made it out to Wizard World Portland and Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle. It was a nice visit to the Pacific Northwest punctuated by fun times with old and new friends. If you missed out on any of the art at my table, you can pick it up here at the Store section of my website.
March 29-31, Wondercon Anaheim
The comics convention train keeps a-runnin' with Wondercon in Anaheim, California. Forget Disneyland, all of the best characters will be at the Anaheim Convention Center for this three-day popular culture onslaught. I'll be tabling at the gates of Artist Alley (table for the duration. Come find me and let's get weird.
MARCH 29-31, 2013
Friday: 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
800 W. Katella Ave.,
Anaheim, CA 92802
click for map
Today I'm releasing a brand new print! "Tentacle Cluster" includes two of my favorite things, cephalopods and booze. It will make a perfect accent to any home bar or liquor cabinet. This frame-friendly print is 12x18" and comes signed and rolled in a tube for the out-the-door price of $25 (+$5 shipping US domestic, $10 int'l 1st class).
While you're there, please take a look at my other prints for sale. Cheers!
Later this month, I'll be appearing at Wizard World Portland Comic Con. Look for me at table #2524 if you are planning to attend. I'll have lots of new prints, sketches, and secret goodies. The very next weekend, the Northwest tour continues with Emerald City Comic Con. I'll be tabling near Juscope and Real Gone Girl Studios. I hope to see some of you there.
Wizard World Portland Comic Con
Oregon Convention Center
Fri Feb 22, 3pm - 8pm
Sat Feb 23, 10am - 7pm
Sun Feb 24, 10am - 5pm
Even if you can't make it to the show, many of my prints are available online for puchase including "BBWW", featuring everyone's favorite Amazon. This print is ready to pop into any store-bought 11x14" frame and shipped signed & rolled in a tube. "BBWW" is $25 with $5 shipping (US domestic. Int'l shipping is $10).
If you plan on being in the Portland/Seattle area on either of those weekends, please come to the shows! Pacific-Northwesterners know how to party. Put some spandex on under that flanel! Let's do this!
I'll be showing a custom designed "Thought Processor" papercraft figure and an accompanying painting this weekend at Super7 Store in San Francisco. The group show features many talented artists and designers taking on Phoneticontrol's "Thought Processor" template.
Here's a link to Phonetic's Flickr set regarding the series:
Here's a preview of my design:
The Museum of Robot Art is hosting an exhibit of my work in Second Life, the popular virtual community. I'll be attending the opening (yeah, I know, it's awesome!) so if you are about Second Life, please stop in and say hello. I'm told that there will be an audio tour, refreshments, and a complimentary virtual poster for those that stop in for the opening.
Bots, Bugs, and Beasts
the art of Joshua Ellingson
Opening Reception May 23rd, 9am (PST)
(my Second Life name is "Grover Zelin")
There will be pics and video online at:
- Ryan De La Hoz
- Mark Bode
- Nix Turner
- Brett Armory
- Chor Boogie
- Leanne Miller
- Henry Lewis
- Ted Lincoln (*)
- Chili Bean Paste Bucket (??)
- Joshua Ellingson
- Henry Gunderson
- Jesse Hazelip
- David Ball
- Julianne Yates
- David Young V.
More infos at the Fecal Face Calendar.
PS-That's my old pal Ben Collison, with the No-Guns hoodie in the pic.
Come check out my newest paintings and drawings as well as lots of "works in progress" during Open Studios April 24th, 25th, and 26th. If that doesn't get you in, let me tell you that there will also be killer new works from Dave Garvey, Matt Delight, and Jason Dryg. Still not convinced? Fine, you've forced my hand. There will be brownie-bites from Jasmine Rae Bakery (while they last).
Officially titled, the "Mission Spring Studio Stroll", 1890 Bryant St. Studios is opening their doors to the public. Our space, The Local 303 is on the 3rd floor in #303. Below are some links to more information about the event and a slide show of the promotional postcards from other artists at 1890.
1890 Bryant St. Studios Website: www.1890bryant.com
The Local 303 Website: www.local303.org
I've just updated the site with a Links page and a Frequently Asked Questions page. The Links page features links (imagine that!) to some of my artist friends, inspirational sites, publications, and more. The FAQ section might help answer some of the basic questions that I get all the time from friends and other artists about my process and my work in general. Feel free to drop a line on the Contact page if you have more specific questions. Thanks.