a little tease..visit us for the full showclosing reception - Folsom Fair Open House is 4-7 pm Sunday
Come on by and have lots of fun!
Center for Sex and Culture - 1349 Mission Street, SF
Hell and Demonic Possession in the East Bay Express!
Us freak-deaky babies have gotten some attention in the local weekly for making the East Bay interesting. Justin’s bookstore on the cover! Wonderful.The full feature story is here: http://www.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/books-are-dead-long-live-books/Content?oid=4031710
Last one still available at Center for Sex and Culture!
Doing Your Dirty Work! Tonight at Center for Sex and Culture in SF!
imfuckingdead said: heya, picked up a copy of overshare 2 at the zine fest yesterday! yer art is rad! :-)
Hey! Thank you!! Is that your work on your page?
atasteofweirdness said: Do you remember when you first started having the thought I want to be an artist?2Were you encouraged in your creativity growing up? 3If you could invite three artists living or dead to share a meal with you who would they be and what would that meal consist of? 4Any artistic media you wish to explore? 5List some of your artistic influences?
So many questions! I’ll answer in bits…
#1: I wanted to do research science and write books when I was a kid! I developed some chronic illnesses in high school and got discouraged about not being able to go away to college, and was making art in my room all the time because I couldn’t get out much. Then paintings started selling, and I thought, “Well, this is really fun, too. I could be an artist!”
The prolific Shayna Why is bringing her goods to Bookish Beasts this Sunday. In addition to making comics, Ms. Why paints, draws, makes scary soft dolls (depending on what you’re afraid of), silkscreens on fabric panties and dresses, constructs dollhouses and just self-published an anthology of her artist and writer friends.
Check out her work http://www.shaynawhy.com/and you’ll be as excited as the CSC staff to see her latest projects.
Bookish Beasts — Sunday, July 13 — noon to 6 pm 1349 Mission Street SF (the one and only Center for Sex and Culture)