As the bio says, I’m a coffee addict. So when Clay Enos approached me and asked if he could wrap his delicious yet oh so ethical roast in one of my art prints, I gave him a resounding “hell yeah.” … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: September 2010
On Friday, I’ll be speaking at the Influencer 10 Conference. My panel is called “Collision Course: The Artist and the Muse of Commerce,” and I’ll be sharing the stage with the Kathy Grayson of the pretty-darn-spectacular Hole Gallery, with my … Continue reading
Tonight, I’m stoked and vaguely frightened to be talking at Ignite NYC. Ignite is a rapid-fire, high adrenalin speakers series where some of technology’s sharpest tacks share their thoughts on the universe. My talk is titled ‘DIY Empires: A How … Continue reading
You are invited to the my studio sale, taking place in my art and Chinese lantern filled loft in NYC. Taking place on September 26th and running from 4-6pm, it’ll feature a live, acoustic performance by Kim Boekbinder! Come to … Continue reading
Photo by Lola Bruise-Andrea Piñeros, of me looking at a bear-fight off camera. Gutta cavat lapidem is a phrase that I always repeat to myself, when I’m working on my books, on the magazine, or on my latest pieces of … Continue reading
Last month, OKC arts impressaria and Dr. Sketchy’s headmistress Marilyn Artus asked me to do the poster for her annual indie craft fair, The Girlie Show. I had a ton of fun with the textures on his dancing flapper. The … Continue reading
…was a blur of champagne, hookah, Chinese egg custards and dear friends. ….who then hijacked my twitter. Photos by Kate Black. Complete set here.
6 prints from my collaboration with photographer Najva Sol are available framed in THE SHOP. Only $150 each. The originals displayed at Femina Potens Gallery in San Francisco
Today I turn 27 years old (as does birthday twin Gala Darling– proud to call you a friend!). Looking forward to spending the day with champagne, dear friends, brightly coloured sweet things, and mayhem.
This weekend, me, rockstar assistant Melissa Dowell, her boyfriend Tim and pinup hottie Katelan Foisy hopped a train to Maryland, where I was a guest at the first ever Intervention Con. Then next 1.5 days were a blur of blue … Continue reading
I blogged my experiences at 3m Mostra de Arte Digital in Sao Paulo for Chinashop. Wall sized Zoeticas within!
On Friday, September 10th, me and team Sketchy’s are road-tripping down to Maryland to do Dr. Sketchy’s and present a panel at Intervention Con, the convention focused on The Intrawebs! We’re doing a fabulous, blue-body paint covered Dr. Sketchy’s on … Continue reading
Molly Crabapple is an artist, journalist, and author of the memoir, Drawing Blood. Called "An emblem of the way art can break out of the gilded gallery" by the New Republic, she has drawn in and reported from Guantanamo Bay, Abu Dhabi's migrant labor camps, and in Syria, Lebanon, Gaza, the West Bank, and Iraqi Kurdistan. Crabapple is a contributing editor for VICE, and has written for publications including The New York Times, Paris Review, and Vanity Fair. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
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