All posts tagged: Junk Food Art House

Fun Friday 07.29.11


Been doing any summer reading?

As mercenary Baynor holds the knife to the poor man’s throat, his boss starts to twitch nervously at the sound of many footsteps coming up the alley. “Maybe we shouldn’t kill in broad daylight. Maybe it’s better to do it like regular – in the boardroom…” ~ B.P. Dick, from “Confessions of a Corporate Hitman”



Lister gets ready for the show! (photo © Angelique Groh)

Anthony Lister has plastered the City of Angeles with images of beloved comic Heroes as being LOST and asking for HELP.  This project is in collaboration with Junk Food ART HOUSE.  Looking forward to fun Lister walls in the coming dayz.


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SANER at Mid-City Arts (LA)

Also in Los Angeles tonight, Mexico City Street Artist SANER presents a solo show, Sequestro Express”, addressing  how organized crime stages flash kidnappings south of the border.


Image Courtesy of Mid-City Arts


First Los Angeles Exhibition

Curated By Viejas Del Mercado

Mexico City Artist “SANER” brings the Outdoor Public Art Experience into a Private Gallery setting.
All Artwork pieces will be given out Free to the Public.

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Skewville “Not My Type” at Pawn Works Saturday (CHICAGO) – EXCLUSIVE IMAGES

Brooklyn Street Artist Skewville packed up the pickup truck with art, art, and art and headed out to the Mid West in search of fame and fortune. Let’s see if it works this time. The good folks at Pawn Works Gallery in Chicago are hosting the nearly legendary Sons of Brooklyn for a solo show tomorrow, called “Not My Type”.

In addition to the cool stuff Mr. Deville has been putting up since he got there (below), we hear there is some fun in store for you at the show opening, so don’t miss it.


Below are some exclusive images of Skewville gifts to the City of Wind:


Skewville “Not My Type” (image © courtesy of the gallery)


Wonder what the hell he is up to? Skewville “Not My Type” (image © courtesy of the gallery)


Skewville “Not My Type” (image © courtesy of the gallery)

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“Vigilante Vigilante” – Movie Coming in August

If the movie is 1/2 as good as the trailer when it opens next month we’ll be looking at a hair-raising summer roller coaster of a thrill ride into fall. Not for persons with heart ailments, with child, or the simple minded.

BOMB CHASER (via Bablegum)

Jef Aerosol – CHUT! (Video)

A Massive art work from Jef AEROSOL in Paris @ Place Stravinsky; 350 square meters of wall, 4 days, 200 spray cans, 6 artists, and 1 love.

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Junk Food Art House Presents Anthony Lister (Los Angeles, CA)


Junk Food Art House Presents Anthony Lister

Opening Reception Friday, July 29, 2011 from 8-11pm

Junk Food Art House Presents Anthony Lister

Opening Reception Friday, July 29, 2011 from 8-11pm
On view July 29 -August 29, 2011

Junk Food Clothing is pleased to announce Junk Food Art House Presents Anthony Lister, celebrating the launch of its innovative new platform Junk Food Art House — highlighting creative initiatives spanning art, film and fashion. Following a 3-week long teaser poster campaign on the streets of Los Angeles featuring “wanted” posters of lost DC Comics Super Heroes, Junk Food Art House will make its debut on Friday, July 29, 2011 with a special event held at HVW8 Art + Design Gallery. This event brings together a notable trifecta of collaborators: Anthony Lister, HVW8 Art + Design Gallery, and Junk Food.

For the project, Junk Food Art House has teamed up with internationally-acclaimed Australian street artist Anthony Lister. Known for his iconic imagery of Super Heroes, Lister customized the artwork of Warner Bros.’ legendary DC Comics Super Hero characters, including Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Aquaman and The Flash in his signature style. Lister comments, “Decidedly, I have chosen to use comic book characters as a metaphor to reference ancient mythological battles between heroes and villains, authority figures and survivalists, pseudo-equality and the general human condition today.”

Throughout the month of July, a series of mysterious and much talked-about street posters featuring Lister’s DC Comics Super Hero artwork, created exclusively for Junk Food Art House, were spotted throughout Los Angeles. The poster campaign will culminate in a launch event at HVW8 Art + Design Gallery on July 29. Transforming the space with custom murals throughout the gallery’s exterior and interior, Lister will unveil a large-scale site-specific painting for the show. The centerpiece will be an old-fashioned ice cream truck covered in vibrant graphics painted by Lister and will serve as a mobile pop-up shop, officially launching Junk Food’s entrée into mobile retail. The evening will also feature an assortment of not-to-be missed highlights, including a video installation displaying exclusive footage of Lister customizing the truck and the premiere of Junk Food’s t-shirt collaboration with Lister. A limited-edition collection of poster art will debut the night of the opening and be available the entire month of August in addition to Lister’s exhibition at HVW8 Gallery.

Following recent product installations in Colette, Selfridges, and Beams, this collaboration marks the premiere project for Junk Food Art House, a project highlighting unique artists followed by limited edition product capsules sold at leading retailers throughout the world. Andrei Najjar, Vice President at Junk Food, notes, “We are incredibly excited to launch our newest brand platform with Anthony Lister. Our DNA is built from art and creativity and Lister’s signature non-traditional approaches to his craft are similar to the values that formed our company over 12 years ago.”

HVW8 Art + Design Gallery
Tyler Gibney
661 North Spaulding Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
T: 323.655.4898
Open Tuesday – Sunday, 1pm to 6pm

Open to the public, the launch event for Junk Food Art House Presents Anthony Lister takes place on Friday, July 29, from 8 to 11 p.m. at HVW8 Art + Design Gallery, and the exhibition will be on view until August 29, 2011.

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