What's more important? Girth or length?
JR, why you feel so fucking entitled to tell artists just what they should and should not be doing is beyond me. You don't have to be a fan of his type of artwork but don't you bring that bullshit calling his work "hipster." Instead of reading and taking the article for what it is (you probably didn't even read) you completely miss the point of the article to claim what he does is a gimmick. Yeah, he's a talented, "different," black artist but he's still an artist. I'm an artist and also a supporter of his work. You're supposedly NOT but you brought yourself here for what exactly? oh okay.
Great story... I love Sean's books. I have both! I like his art too...
Im going on his twitter at 3am tonight...give me something good!
I like that installation ! I did a Walmart picture collage for my art class a few years ago but nobody got the project - oh well.
Keep up the good work Mark. You have trained with the best improv groups in the world (Second City, iO) so hats off to you. And the Basement Theater is a sleeper hit not enough ATLiens know about.
I personally rather see your non-race content tho. Don't get pigeonholed dude.
Doug Funny, Patty Mayonnaise, Skeeter...the Beats - Killer Tofu
Beavis and Butthead - Todd - Winger - Stuart
I mean we're talking some of the greatest animation shows in the history of life.
I love this hotel it's so cool will HENSE be there ? :)
Nice to meet you during our phone chat, Rodney and Davy and thanks for the good article. One quick correction, if I may - unfortunately I do not own any works by Hawaiian artists but rather by artists of Hawaii. There are many Hawaiian artists whose work I'd someday love to own, like Kaili Chun, Kapulani Landgraf, Maika'i Tubbs, Bernice Akamine, Keith Tallett and many others. The word "Hawaiian" should be used only in reference to people, places and things indigenous to Hawaii. It would be uncharacteristic of me to use it inappropriately. Many thanks again, Michael
Having the thrill of being invited to guest star in Dad's Garage Improv Soap Opera Mashghanistan in 2012 and then to have the honor to be invited by Out of Hand Theater to perform White Rabbit, Red Rabbit at Theatrical Outfit where I'm Artistic Director, I simply wanted to give Adam and Lara a written STANDING OVATION for what they and their companies mean to all of us in the Atlanta community. It's important to name, as Lara does, the closing of Georgia Shakespeare as "tragic". It's also even more important, for all of us who still have a chance to create and/or support theatre in Atlanta, to share Lara's belief that the Art Form will endure. Reading this interview reminds me of the fact that no one theatre company can provide all that the art form has to offer for a community as large and complex as Atlanta. Art is like the environment. It is a gift which we neglect to our own harm and to which we are good stewards for our great collective blessing. One of the reasons that I do choose to remain hopeful about theatre in Atlanta is that, for today at least, we do have such a wide range of companies employing a rich talent pool and engaging wildly diverse audiences. That's today. And, I'm glad Creative Loafing has given attention to what two of our strongest and most innovative theatre companies are doing today to make Atlanta a better place to be tomorrow.
You are three awesome people and I hope I get to see you when I come back to Atlanta for Christmas.
Does he really eat children? Idk I hope not really because then I might be in trouble :)
that boy has a sack over his head how does he breathe??
also nice tri's :)
Maybe Atlanta can have the tagline Every Day is a Winding Road - my mom used to sing that song to me when we rode the bus
Dashboard Co-op is one of the many art organizations that has been shaping Atlanta over the last few years and making it the kind of city I choose to live in. We still have to make many infrastructural changes in this city to make it a GREAT city and Dashboard is definitely ahead of the curve.
Proud to have two of his pieces.
Troy Cobb is a scam artist, swindler and multiple arrest criminal. He's taken a lot of people for a lot of money. Don't leave any young women alone with him and make sure you're carrying a weapon if around him.
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