Little Friends South of the Border

The Little Friends of Printmaking are steppin’ it up! You know them, you love them, but check out these views from their recent show “Mind Gangsters” at Kong in Mexico City. They worked with a local sign-painter on the installation:

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I’m also a fan of this “Baddies” print series, although I admit to a bit of regional envy – is it too much to ask for a Baltimore? We have plenty of baddies here. Don’t they watch The Wire?

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Go here for more photos and a rapturous description of the show.

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2 Responses to “Little Friends South of the Border”

  1. jean c. says:

    does “worked with a local sign-painter on the installation” mean: “hired a local sign-painter to copy their art from printouts onto the wall for them”? or is there something that I’m missing?

    the wall looks real nice.

    (your ‘possibly related posts’ links are all to other totally random blogs, is it usually like that?)

  2. RL Tillman says:

    Those possibly related posts generated by WordPress are frequently off-base. Right now I’m looking at “Lipstick Jungle” and “John Leguizamo.” ??
    …and I believe the sign painter gig is called collaborative outsourcing