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“Cute Enemies” at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland

Coming next week to Leanna Lin’s Wonderland is “Cute Enemies,” a group art exhibit that features various villains in cute form. We are totally behind this show and can only wish to attend to see some of the works on display.

There will be refreshments served during opening night, and the first ten purchases of $20 USD or more will get a free poster. You can RSVP for the opening through Leanna Lin’s Wonderland Facebook page by clicking here. Also be sure to check out the Leanna Lin’s Wonderland website for previews of the works that will be available for purchase.

Source: Leanna Lin’s Wonderland on Facebook

“A Capture Creatures Celebration” at Gallery Nucleus

As part of the release of their new comic book, Gallery Nucleus will be hosting a new exhibit featuring Tiny Kitten Teeth creators Becky Dreistadt and Frank Gibson. “A Capture Creatures Celebration” is a group show that will include original paintings of 151 custom monsters in the Capture Creatures world. There’s along list of artists including Dreistadt and Gibson that will have their works in the show. Also, Dreistadt herself will be at the opening to sign copies of the comic book.

There will be an open reception on December 13, 2014, from 7 to 10PM. The reception will include three raffles and refreshments. “A Capture Creatures Celebration will be up until January 4, 2015.

Source: Gallery Nucleus

“The Secret Life of Plants by Mariangela Tan” at My Plastic Heart

Opening tonight at My Plastic Heart is “The Secret Life of Plants,” a new solo show featuring the works of Brooklyn-based artist Mariangela Tan. The exhibit includes illustrations and fiber sculptures by Tan that “explores the evolution of typical houseplants and how they adapt in an urban landscape.”

Maybe post apocalyptic, maybe alternate reality, Mariangela sees a future of self-aware carnivorous plants, living and loving much like you and me. She invites you to take a glimpse into their world.

This exhibit is cash and carry, meaning you can buy and bring the artwork home with you in opposed to waiting till the show ends to collect it. Tan herself will also be at the show to meet fans.

Source: My Plastic Heart

Post-It Ten at GR2 Giant Robot

If you always wanted to start an original art collection but didn’t have the funds, you might have a chance to purchase some original art. Opening in December is GR2 Giant’s Robot‘s “Post-It Ten” show. This is an art exhibit that features 330 artists’ works on Post-It Notes paper.

All the works will be $25 USD each and will be available on a first come first serve basis. We can only hope that there will be some works that will be posted in the Giant Robot shop for those that won’t be able to attend.

Source: Giant Robot

Hello Kitty’s Supercute Friendship Festival

If you weren’t able to attend the first ever Hello Kitty Convention this past fall, you may want to check out the upcoming Hello Kitty‘s Supercute Friendship Festival next year. It’s being described as an “interactive music and lifestyle event for friends of all ages,” that will be making its way throughout North America.

Here’s a teaser trailer of what’s to come via YouTube:

You can pre-order tickets for some cities now through the Sanrio website here. Other cities will be announced throughout 2015. From the trailer we’re excited to see what this festival is about. It looks like it could be even bigger than Hello Kitty Con.

Source: Sanrio