Cartoonist Scott C. appears at Gallery Nucleus on Saturday September 6th from 7:00 – 10:00 PM!
210 East Main Street, Alhambra, CA 91801
If dogs run free, why not we?
In this endearing and spirited interpretation of Bob Dylan’s 1970 song, “If Dogs Run Free,” artist Scott C brings Dylan’s lyrics to vibrant life in celebration of freedom and creativity.
Nucleus unleashes a collection of watercolors by the artist including the original pages from the published title as well as a pack of pup portraits that will surely make you smile.
We welcome Scott C during the opening reception as he greets fans and signs copies of the new release.
Stay tuned for more details as we pay homage to our favorite furry four-legged friends!
The best is always yet to come
That’s what they explain to me
Just do your thing, you’ll be king
If dogs run free
More About the Artist
Scott Campbell (Scott C) is a maker of paintings, illustrations, comics, kid’s books and video games. He studied illustration at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, focusing on comic and children’s book illustration. Soon after graduating, he began at Lucas Learning as concept artist on children’s video games. Four years later, he joined Double Fine Productions as Art Director on such games as the critically acclaimed Psychonauts and Brutal Legend. Alongside this career in games, he has published numerous comics and created paintings that have appeared in galleries and publications around the world. Some of his most notable projects include the Great Showdowns series, Double Fine Action Comics and the children’s book’s Zombie In Love and East Dragon, West Dragon.
210 East Main Street, Alhambra, CA 91801
Scott C. signs at Desert Island Comics on Thursday June 6th from 7:00 till 9:00 pm.
540 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Olly Moss and Scott C sign at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore on Thursday 8th November from 6:00 – 7:00 pm!
Olly Moss has quickly become “one of the most in demand and influential pop culture artists in the world today” (Slashfilm). Silhouettes from Popular Culture is his eagerly-awaited first book, collecting the striking and playful work of the influential British artist.
Depicting popular cult characters from films, television, comics and video games in beautifully crafted Victorian-style silhouette portraits, Silhouettes from Popular Culture collects the sought-after ‘Paper Cuts’ series exhibited at the sold-out solo show at LA’s famous pop-culture Gallery 1988. The book has a Foreword written by Duncan Jones (director of Source Code and Moon) and is published in a gorgeous hardback gift volume, luxuriously bound in gilt-stamped full cloth.
Scott C’s The Great Showdowns collect the most memorable moments of melee, interpreted by Scott in his inimitable style, including Han vs Greedo, Chief Brody vs Jaws, Die Hard’s John McClane vs broken glass, Ripley vs the Alien Queen and even Spinal Tap vs an undersized model of Stonehenge. The Great Showdowns showcases the series first exhibited at LA’s famous pop-culture Gallery 1988 in 2011.
Forbidden Planet London Megastore
179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR
Scott C. opens an art exhibition on Friday May 11, 2012 from 7:00 – 11:00pm!
Scott C is a maker of paintings, illustrations, comics, kid’s books, and video games. He studied illustration at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, focusing on comic and children’s book illustration. Soon after graduating, he began at Lucas Learning as concept artist on children’s video games. Four years later, he joined Double Fine productions as Art Director on such games as the critically acclaimed Psychonauts and Brutal Legend. Alongside this career in games, he has published numerous comics and created paintings that have appeared in galleries and publications around the world.
We are pleased to welcome Scott C for a solo exhibition of all new watercolor paintings at Cotton Candy Machine. We will be releasing some new giclee’s at the event as well!
Cotton Candy Machine
235 South 1st Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Scott C. signs at Floating World Comics on Wednesday, Nov. 16th from 6-8pm!
With Amazing Everything you’re in for a visual feast! The first monograph from artist Scott Campbell (Scott C.), this is an art book that’s equal parts style, humor, and clever insight. Replete with unique watercolor paintings and illustrations Amazing Everything offers the best and most imaginative works of art Scott C.’s emerging career!
From building birdhouses with the (David) Bowies to camping with Daft Punk, from strolling with Basquiat’s imaginary friend to E.T. jumping gorges with the Dukes of Hazard in the General Lee, this is a collection of Scott C.’s vivid artistic ingenuity. His unusual depictions of pop-culture subjects and original creations are captivating and instantly unforgettable.
Scott Campbell (Scott C.) is a maker of paintings, illustrations, comics, children’s books, and videogames. He is the former Art Director of Double Fine Productions, where he worked on the critically acclaimed videogames Brutal Legend and Psychonauts. His paintings have been featured in galleries around the world, including Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, Galerie Arludik in Paris, and the London Miles Gallery in London. He lives and works in New York City.
Floating World Comics
400 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR 97209
Scott C. signs Zombie In Love on November 9, 2011.
Mrs. Nelson’s Book Store
1030 Bonita Avenue La Verne, CA 91750
TR!CKSTER and The Criterion Collection have joined forces to curate a one-night-only celebration of the works of legendary director Akira Kurosawa on Friday, July 22, 2011. Cited as an inspiration to generations of storytellers, Kurosawa’s films resonate with a singular clarity of vision, and his images last in our minds long after the last frame has played.
This intimate show will feature original pieces by artists from the worlds of comics, animation, and illustration, including: Mike Allred, Scott C., Josh Cochran, Francesco Francavilla, Robert Goodin, Victor Kerlow, Ted Mathot, Scott Morse, Sho Murase, Bill Presing, Jim Rugg, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Connor Willumsen. Though the gallery show will be free to enter and enjoy for the general public, all proceeds from sales of these works will be donated to the Japan Society Earthquake Relief Fund.
This is a special engagement gallery event, existing for one night only, with all proceeds to benefit the Japan Society Earthquake Relief Fund.
(art by Scott Morse. This piece will not be featured in the exhibition)
Tara McPherson and Sean Leonard debut their new art boutique and t-shirt line The Cotton Candy Machine on April 9, 2011 with the Tiny Trifecta Art Show! 100 artists, $100 tiny art, on the 100th day of the year!
Here is the full list of the amazing artists in the show: Jessicka Addams, Esao Andrews, Jim Avignon, John Baizley, Shawn Barber, Gary Baseman, Andrew Bell, Leia Bell, Bongoût, Robert Bowen, Beast Brothers, Mike Budai, Casey Burns, Scott C, Joe Capobianco, Marcos Chin, Ciou, Becky Cloonan, David Cook, Dave Cooper, Jessi Cornett, Dave Correia, Molly Crabapple, Lana Crooks, Steven Daily, Daniel Danger, Camilla d’Errico, Stephan Doitschinoff, Huck Gee, Dana Glover, Dan Grzeca, Brian Ewing, Natalia Fabia, Justin Hampton, Kevin Hayes, Mark Heggie, Hero, Boris Hoppek, Jim Houser, Seldon Hunt, Jordin Isip, Jeremyville, Aya Kakeda, Audrey Kawasaki, Linsday Kuhn, Henry Lewis, Travis Louie, Lola, David Mack, Jim Mahfood, Steven Manale, Sara Antoinette Martin, Angie Mason, Dan May, Tara McPherson, Mike Mignola, Brandi Milne, Junko Mizuno, Buff Monster, Tomi Monstre, Michael Motorcycle, Kathie Olivas, Alex Pardee, Brandt Peters, Joshua Petker, Nathan Pickett, Anthony Pontius, Little Friends Of Printmaking, Arabella Proffer, Noah Rice, Nathan Rice, Martha Rich, Jermaine Rogers, Paul Romano, Arik Roper, Martina Secondo Russo, Frank Russo, Jay Ryan, Mark Ryden, Isabel Samaras, Jon Schnepp, Mike Shinoda, Rafael Silveira, Greg Simkins, Skinner, Morgan Slade, Timba Smits, Shawn Smith, Jeff Soto, Nathan Spoor, Tofu Squirrel, Diana Sudyka, Fefe Talavera, Jill Thompson, Adam Wallacavage, Jonathan Wayshack, Eric White, Elizabeth Winnel, Martin Wittfooth, Chet Zar
The Cotton Candy Machine
235 South 1st Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11211