Tuesday, October 16, 2012

The Cat in the Library

Just throwing up some gallery art! This is my piece for the Curiosities show at Nucleus.

The exhibit/workshop/signing is centered around Mike's and Vicky's recent project "Curiosities: An Illustrated History of Ancestral Oddity" (which was funded through Kickstarter, yay!). From the Nucleus site: Talented couple Mike Yamada and Victoria Ying have been collaborating on animation-inspired illustrations for some time. Most recently, the duo set out on a Kickstarter.com book project that successfully funded more than ten times their original goal. "Curiosities: An Illustrated History of Ancestral Oddity" is the tale of a brother and sister who inherit an old, mysterious mansion and all of the odd relics that are housed inside within.

I'm really excited about the show because the subject matter is right up my alley, and if you're free you should definitely stop by and say hi! :)
The opening will be on Oct. 27, 7-11 PM

Here's the rough, too...as usual:


Hannah Tuohy said...

I love this illustration and I love Mike Yamada and Victoria Ying's work! This will be a great contribution to the Nucleus show!

Anthony Holden said...

It's a thing of beauty, Ms. Liao.

Andrea Fernandez said...

Great piece! I really like the mood the graphite gives this piece! I'll definitely try to check it out at the show.

Andrea Fernandez said...

Also I said piece a lot in my comment :/ hahaha

Chris Palmer said...

Oh my gawd! Congrats, this looks so good!

Oliver Akuin said...

awesome work! I love your art!

Carrie Liao said...

@Hannah-- Thanks so much! :) Are you going to the show?

@Anthony--Huge compliment, coming from you :) Miss you & your sunniness!

@Andrea--Haha i do that all the time (the repetitive word thing, I mean). Hope to see you at the show!

@Chris--thanks man! :D

@Oliver--Thank you and likewise! :)

Kevin Lam said...

Awesome pieces!! I donated to this book so I maybe I oughta check out the gallery too.

Nikolas Ilic said...

Love this! Its cool to see the process work! Wish I could go to the gallery :(

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