Friday, May 1, 2015

Holy Bat-Cave!



Here’s my print for Gallery1988’s TV themed show. Idiot Box 2 opens tonight and runs for about a month. The exhibition celebrates our favorite current and past television shows. I was inspired by the classic 1966 Batman TV series. It's a three color, hand pulled scene print depicting everyones favorite crime fighting detective's secret lair. It measures 18x12 and comes in an edition of 37. For more info please visit nineteeneightyeight.com/collections/idiot-box-2.


Monday, April 27, 2015

Avengers Assemble!


Very lucky to be a part of Marvel's official gallery show for the upcoming Avengers movie. Presented by Hero Complex Galley, the show opened last Friday to a packed house. Over 100 talented artists contributed blood, sweat and tears to make this thing happen. Special thanks to the people at Hero Complex helping us along the way. For more info please visit hcgart.com/collections/avengers.

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Holiday Update

Sorry for the lack of updates over the last few months, here are a bunch to get you through to the new year.

First off, my etsy store has been updated for the Christm….. Holiday season. Visit www.etsy.com/shop/djlaroccaART to take a gander. There’s some fun stuff fresh off the gallery walls. A few things have been reduced in price as well.



On December 5th I’ll be part of the 33.3 show at gallery1988 (EAST). Over a 100 artist reinterpret and reimagine famous album covers. I did 5 color, hand pulled screen print inspired by the Deltron 3030 cover. It measure 12x12 and comes in an edition of 24. The show runs for about a month. Head over to nineteeneightyeight.com for more info.



On December 12th I will once again be a part of gallery1988’s annual Crazy 4 Cult show. After two years on the east coast, the show is back in Los Angeles at g1988(West). My piece is inspired by the darker (and perhaps better) alternate ending of Little Shop of Horrors. Its a three color, hand pulled screen print. It measures 12x16 and comes in an edition of 32. The show runs for about a month. Head over to nineteeneightyeight.com for more info.



And finally on December 13th I will be selling my wares at the Crafty Balboa holiday craft fair. Doors open at 11am and don’t close till 5pm. Many prints will be heavily discounted. If your in the South Philly area, swing by to say hi, buy something from me or the many other talented artists and do me a favor watch my stuff while I visit the bathroom. Check out www.craftybalboa.com for more info.


Saturday, July 12, 2014

"Is that your friend in the wood chipper aye?"



A little late to the party but better late than never. Here is my print for the Quentin vs Coen show currently at Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco.  It's a four color, hand pulled scene print depicting everyones favorite cinematic wood chipper scene. It measures 10 x 15 and comes in an edition of 30. The show runs till the 26th. For more info, buy a print or check out other great art please visit http://store.spoke-art.com

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Cat Trap!


I had the privilege of being part of the Hellboy official 20th anniversary show. I had a blast working on this. It's a 3 color, hand pulled screen print. The 20th anniversary special edition print has already sold out but more will be available shortly through my Etsy shop. For more info and to see some great art, please visit: herocomplexgallery.com/collections/hellboy. You can also visit the official blog of the show at: hellboy20thartshow.tumblr.com. The show runs till the 23rd of May.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Let Go Of The Brake!


Here's my print for bottleneck's second annual Glow in the Dark show. Opening reception was last night and the show run for about a month.

This 3 color, hand pulled screen print was inspired by The Temple of Doom. It measures 12x18 and comes in an edition of 20. For more info and to check out other great pieces from the show please visit Bottleneck.com


Monday, March 3, 2014

Philly Escapes The Robot Apocalypse




Got to work on a great project last week. I was asked by Sidewalk Atlas, a local band here in Philly, to design a new t-shirt for them. They asked me if I was interested in doing a fun, post-apocalyptic theme for the image. I said sure, twist my arm!

The design is three colors printed on a purple t-shirt. It may look like the robots are destroying the city for no reason but I prefer to think that they are looking for a lost kitten.

The band is taking orders for the shirt here. You can also check out their new album which is definitely worth a listen (and a purchase) here. For more info visit sidewalkatlas.com