A few previews from my official Marvel themed show at Mondo Gallery in Austin, TX. Opening reception is April 25th, from 7-10pm. It’s going to be a lot of fun, and I’m excited for people to finally see what I’ve been working on since November.
For those asking about prints, they will be available through the gallery, and leftovers will most likely be made available through mondotees.com
Daniel Danger's beautiful print, inspired by a great tragedy in his life. If you like this piece, I would highly recommend reading the story behind it which is incredibly sad and beautiful at the same time. If you REALLY like this piece, you can pick it up in his shop.
Our newest exhibit at the art gallery I co-own, Gallery1988, is so insane and complex that I wanted to explain it a bit here.
Artist Andrew DeGraff creates these original paintings, one of a kind pieces, that act as detailed maps from movies, chronicling each characters every move and every location the viewer sees. You see, each line, colored differently, represents a different character’s journey, turn after turn. Andrew watches these films, dozens of times while painting, to make sure he starts and ends everyone in the correct place, all while also rendering every location seen in the film. It’s one of the most intense undertakings we’ve seen at G1988.
Above you can see his new paintings inspired by Star Trek: Wrath of Khan, The Shining and The Princess Bride. Look at the Shining’s hedge maze and the Princess Bride mountain. SO GOOD. Just beautiful work that takes him a very long time to perfect.
The exhibit, which will also feature a mammoth Lord of the Rings piece, opens this Saturday night at G1988 (East) at 7021 Melrose Ave from 7-10 PM. All the pieces will be online the next day at gallery1988.com. I’ll be there (*badly draws a line from my house to the gallery*).
Andrew’s work cannot be appreciated nearly enough online. Please check out this show if you’re in LA. It will unravel your mind.
"And I’ll only feel smaller and smaller" by Daniel Danger Giclée print mounted on board and framed 36” x 48” (37” x 49” Framed) Limited edition of 25, $600 Hand signed and numbered Ready-to-hang, UV-protected, archivally mounted and framed
hey all, tomorrow morning Static Medium out of LA is releasing an edition of my "And I’ll only feel smaller and smaller" piece i did for the Mike Mitchell curated Gallery1988 show ‘SPACE’. the original sold within minutes of opening and many people have expressed interest in a large format print. well, we did it, and its absolutely huge. full size, mounted, and framed in an edition of 25. they are also doing a timed edition of a slightly smaller 30x40” version of just the print that will run through the weekend if you want to get adventurous with your own framing.
obviously this is a massive piece, as immersive as possible, and its being meticulously produced by Static Medium; so its production costs are rather high to start, making it not exactly a casual purchase. but if youre looking for a monstrous centerpiece for your house thats certainly gonna turn some heads, or just want something to get lost in, here you are… give it a good home.
I’ve had to keep this a secret for too many months. Very excited to be doing an official Marvel show at Mondo Gallery in Austin, TX. It’s the most work I’ve ever done for a show and I can’t wait to share it with everyone!