Cracked-Out Star Wars and Superhero Art, On Display Tonight!

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If you're in San Francisco tonight, you ought to stop by the Lower Haight, where the Paint Pens Collective is having an exhibition of crazy science fiction art. Including the warped action figures of Sucklord, and Ed Luce's crazy superhero spoof. Update: Added more images!

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Top image: The flyer for the show, by artist Amelia Dolezal.

Here's some art by curator Shayna Yasuhara:

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Here's "X-Files" by Patt Kelley:

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Here are some of the Sucklord figures and images you can see for yourself tonight:

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And here are some of Ed Luce's Wuvable Oaf comics and pictures:

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See much much more at the Paint Pens Collective tonight.

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I think it's VERY relevant to cover art in SF and the Bay Are. Remember, SF is only about 35-50 miles from Silicon Valley, which makes it, and Seattle, the first cities that have genre people AFFLUENT enough to make geek culture worth catering to, and the first generation of artists fluent in geek culture. That makes the SF arts scene trendsetting, and thus, relevant AND very much worth reporting on for on a global scale.

Keep on supporting the arts , Charlie. We get it. Keep up the good work.