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    Society of Illustrators Book/Ed Exhibit

    I was helping out with the Society's upcoming book and editorial annual exhibition. It should be a great show. Lots of sf/f mixed in with the mainstream stuff -- Jon Foster, Dan Dos Santos, Donato Giancola, Mark Zug, John Jude Palencar, Greg Manchess, Craig Mullins, Red Nose...If anyone is NY throughout March, it's worth a stop in.
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    advertising huh? dan was telling me about some painting he was working on for a pharmaceutical company that he refused to show me. is that painting going to be there by any chance??!
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    Cool Irene - looking forward to that. Man- the Society is where it's at lately...
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    Quote Originally Posted by loomer
    Cool Irene - looking forward to that. Man- the Society is where it's at lately...
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    cool cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwkeough
    advertising huh? dan was telling me about some painting he was working on for a pharmaceutical company that he refused to show me. is that painting going to be there by any chance??!
    nope!
    never!
    i gessoed over that one.

    i have 3 in the show.
    all are in the book catagory.
    the originals for:
    alosha 1,
    alosha 2,
    and moon called,

    with be on display.

    jon also has 3:
    original: king kong
    print: snake agent
    original: skyborne


    donato's 7 FOOT LONG battle of agincourt will be there.

    and i think some of manchess's CONAN pieces!

    i cant remember what else,
    but trust me.... its all awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwkeough
    advertising huh? dan was telling me about some painting he was working on for a pharmaceutical company that he refused to show me. is that painting going to be there by any chance??!
    Funny thing...About a dozen guys were on that project. I only know three of them, but they all HATED it. Apparently the art direction was so heavy handed that all the paintings looked exactly alike, and all of them were...well...much less than what the artist could do.

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    The cool thing about that Donato painting that Dan mentioned is that it's only half finished. Donato did the first half of the painting for a book cover for Tor with plans to make it much much larger for himself...he just hasn't gotten back to that other half yet. But it looks super cool unfinished! You'll be able to get a real close look at his working process.
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    sweet - once again i escape hanging that Donato. EDIT: woops, wrong Donato.
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    def. check this out on Sat.!
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    Hey Vigo,
    The show isn't up yet.
    The dates are:
    March 4 through April 1

    http://www.societyillustrators.org/u...coming.cms?t=2
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    Oh, ha!!! man.. it would have been funny! Well, the sequential exihibit is still up right?? I saw it already but, Icold take another closer, longer look at it and i still need to pick up my ticket for AOL.
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    donato's 7 FOOT LONG battle of agincourt will be there
    damn Donato, save some wall space for the other artists!
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    donato does some serious paintings. He's like those old school painters that used to paint those massive murals. Could totally see him painting with Michaelangelo and the rest of the crew.
    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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