This Saturday night, our friends at Oh No! Doom will be hosting a great group show featuring some of Nerd City’s favorite artists and friends. The Company of Others is certain to be a great show and the opening will most definitely be a blast! From ohnodoom.com: The Company Of Others features artwork in bold […]
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February 1, 2012
The maniacs over @ OhNo!Doom keep bringing the pop art heat hard, with their brand new video game-themed gallery show “Super Button Mashers”, Sat. Feb. 11 (6-10pm). Featuring beer from the Low Dive brew crew, food from the Duck N Roll food truck, music from chip tune orgos Saskrotch and Kkrusty, plus raffles and prizes, […]
January 31, 2012
I was recently invited to participate in a group art show at the OhNo!Doom Gallery here in Chicago. The name of the show is “Super Button Mashers” and the theme is classic video games. Naturally, I chose to make a one of a kind Galaxxor based upon Gutsman, a character from the Mega Man series […]
November 5, 2010
This Saturday (November 6th) will be the opening of a super cool show with some outstanding artists over at the one and only OhNo! Doom Gallery. Rust, Fur and Jelly will feature the latest work by The JCW, James “Jimbot” Demski and Shawn Roberts. Like I said, this should be a great show, and openings […]
June 15, 2010
The gang welcomes back fan-favorite guests Lana Crooks and MissMonster to discuss their upcoming Ladies and Gentlemonsters show at Revolution Tattoo. Of course, it doesn’t take much time for the whole show to descend into chaos. Check it out, Episode 91 of Nerd City now belongs to you! Pics and links after the jump.
January 11, 2010
Max and Ben welcome the OhNo!Doom art collective. They discuss the history of the brand and look forward to their soon to be opened new gallery space. The brilliance of this episode cannot be conveyed by mere words. You simply have to listen to it to believe it. Nerd City Episode 73 is here for […]
October 22, 2009
This weekend’s opening at the OhNo! Doom gallery will be a “Who’s Who?” of Chicago artists and friends of Nerd City using the Thought Processor paper toy from Phoneticontrol as the platform for their art. Click through for some previews and more details.