Those of you in the New York City area may be familiar with the Too Art For TV exhibits over the last five years. The exhibit was founded by Venture Bros.
color supervisor Liz Artinian and has featured some amazing art made by folks in the animation industry. This year Too Art kicks off on Friday, November 9th, but with its own gallery. Rather than renting out a place for one month out of the year, as with the past exhibits, they are planning on a dedicated gallery called Bunnycutlet
that will open along with the start of Too Art For TV 6
. So, here's where you come in:
Bunnycutlet Gallery, founded by Venture Bros. Color Supervisor Liz Artinian, is pleased to debut its new space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with Too Art for TV Year 6, New York's premiere art exhibit for the animation industry, on Friday, Nov 9th from 6 to 10PM.
We're hoping to make the new Bunnycutlet Gallery space a permanent home for the personal works of animation artists in NYC. We've launched a Kickstarter to ensure that the gallery can remain open for at least one year. We have some awesome pins, prints, & paintings available for those who are interested in donating, including a limited edition signed print by Jackson Publick. Jackson himself voiced his support of the project in a video.
So there you go! If you can you should contribute some money to the Kickstarter campaign
. There are some pretty cool rewards if you do (especially around the $125 mark), including some signed prints by Jackson. The gallery and exhibit will also open on November 9th if you want to check them out. Keep a lookout on the Bunnycutlet website
for more info as well.