Thursday, January 10, 2008


This month sees the opening of two amazing art exhibits in Seattle!

The traveling Robert Crumb exhibit parks its sordid ass at Seattle's Frye Art Museum on Saturday January 26th with a special lecture by comix historian Patrick Rosenkranz at 2pm. This promises to be a very special afternoon with one of the world's leading experts on underground comix art. Get there early! Also this month, in conjunction with the Crumb exhibit, is a very special show at Fantagraphics Books & Gallery entitled Rebel Visions! This exhibit features rarely glimpsed original work by such masters of underground art as Rick Griffin, S. Clay Wilson, and Greg Irons (who incidentally worked as a tattoo artist at the infamous Seattle Tattoo Emporium prior to his untimely death in 1984). This is a rare opportunity to celebrate REAL underground art! Rebel Visions will be on display through February 6th so don't miss it!


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