AboutG40 Art SummitPresented by Art Whino, the annual G40 Art Summit group art show brings together world-renowned artists for a month-long exhibition, with works in Low Brow and street culture expression, that reflect a particular theme. The 2015 G40 event will once again be a building ‘takeover,’ showcased at a 20,000 square foot site in the heart of H St Corridor at 700 H Street, NE. The event is also the first for the ‘Whino on H’ satellite location of Art Whino, bringing a whole new experience focusing on entertainment. Here is more about G40 Art Summit.
Piecesand Parts of PiecesWith the exception of the first two pieces (done by me in early 2015), our illustrative pieces for G40 were collaboration efforts where his signature abstract faces and jellyfish meet my signature shibari and wabori-inspired framing style.
Be Mine, February 2015 Valentine Day Print (some are still available)
Tako Flavored Kisses, sketchbook 2015
(☝︎) Collaborative jellyfish x shibari pieces (☟)
(☟) ・Collaborative jellyfish x shibari pieces・ (☟)
(☝︎) Featured face on wall … see it?! (☟)
FullInstallationThe wall done was proudly done by my favorite artist and beau … Crank!!!
This is where we hid the SUPER erotic art (the first pieces I shared above) so it wouldn’t be offensive to families and those not too into NSFW things. Surprisingly it was a really cool hot spot. <3 Keep scrolling & check out the pictures from people enjoying our art. ^^
(☝︎) These lovebirds looked at the erotic pieces for a LONG time and then shared a kiss *aaaww*
I hope he shared on Instagram with the hashtag #ipbrand・#crankadelics LOL (☟)
Got to hang with MizPam for a split second (See you guys back in Japan in May!!!! Kyoto’s calling!!! huhuhu) Below is Moya & MizPam’s kick ass shunga piece for the stage area! WHOAH! ^^
Here’s more from around G40 Art Summit. Take a stroll through~
The homie 181 giving the good thumbs up to the ladies posting up in front of his piece LOL
Hooray for multiple art babies with the beau! Giving birth never felt so good 😀 Thanks for looking.