Friday, November 20, 2009

Between the Lines Volume 2

Back in the spring I posted that I had done some pages for a colouring book for RxArt, a charitable organization based in NYC... Here are those 2 pages:

The book has now been released and is available for sale through their website. I'm pretty excited to be in a book with Takashi Murakami and Raymond Pettibon... I'm pretty big fans of them both...

Between the Lines: A Coloring Book of Drawings by Contemporary Artists, Volume 2

If Takashi Murakami, Ed Ruscha, Lawrence Weiner, and Raymond Pettibon each unleashed their inner child and created art for coloring books, what imaginative renderings might they come up with? That's what you'll discover in Between the Lines, Volume 2, RxArt's follow-up to Volume 1 of its immensely successful coloring book.

Contemporary art fans and artists of all ages will be delighted with this lively new collection of more than 50 original line drawings contributed by a diverse roster of today's celebrated contemporary artists. Everyone is free to add their own personal touches to the pages of Between the Lines, Volume 2, which are supplemented with a series of vibrant stickers designed by Nate Lowman and Mickalene Thomas.

Please contact RxArt for wholesale orders and discount information on orders over 10

Phone: (212) 260-8797 or Email:

Contributing Artists in the Coloring Book:

Mike Bayne, Matthew Brannon, Olaf Breuning, Delia Brown, Edgar Bryan, Ernesto Caivano, Gordon Chung, Dan Colen, Dexter Dalwood, Tacita Dean, Nicholas Di Genova, Sam Durant, Marcel Dzama, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Inka Essenhigh, Tony Feher, Robert Gober, Evan Gruzis, Wade Guyton, Ridley Howard, Ben Jones, KAWS, Karen Kilimnik, Terence Koh, Andrew Kuo, Jim Lambie, Sean Landers, Louise Lawler, Scott Lenhardt, Justin Lieberman, Nate Lowman, Adam McEwen, Sarah Morris, Matt Mullican, Takashi Murakami, Jorge Pardo, Raymond Pettibon, Ed Ruscha, Cynthia Rowley, Alison Saar, Aurel Schmidt, James Siena, Tom Slaughter, Marc Swanson, Tats Cru, Mary Temple, Mickalene Thomas, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Kon Trubkovich, Lawrence Weiner, Kehinde Wiley


You're the yellow bird I've been waiting for. said...

dude the second one is so gooood, mainly cause i love teeeeth! oh and the poster for my show is up on the blog, ill email you to remind when the time comes :)

ming-ming said...

Sweet! I kind of really want to buy this.
Maybe when I save up some money, haha.

Anonymous said...

bravo senor di genova!

tu es muy talento!

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