If you live in New York you should check this out. It’s your last freakin’ chance. The show kicked off in 2006 at the Museum of Television and Radio in Los Angeles. It was a great show and quite the event. Being a fan of the show I was very happy to be asked to create a piece for the exhibition. It was also very cool to meet Seth McFarlane, the creator and voice actor for Peter, Stewie, and Brian. Below is the official press release for the final show.
“It’s a Freakin’ Art Show!!!: A Collection of Interpretive Work Inspired by Family Guy”
August 1-September 7 At
The Paley Center for Media In New York City
After a whirlwind global tour, including stops in England, Canada and Australia, Twentieth Century Fox Licensing & Merchandising in association with Acme Archives Ltd. presents the final stop for “It’s a Freakin’ Art Show!!!: A Collection of Interpretive Work Inspired by Family Guy” at The Paley Center for Media in New York City. Inspired by the subversive and hilarious Fox animated comedy “Family Guy,” and conceived as a forum to showcase an entirely original series of artwork, the traveling gallery is the first Pop Surrealist exhibition of new works inspired by a television series. Featuring the new pieces from 21 emerging artists, and additional production animation art, the exhibit remains on public view through September 7, 2008.
You can view and can order prints of my “Parasitic Stewie” piece from ACME Archives.