Too Art for TV 3: Joe Strike’s Review

Posted by Guest Author on Dec 14, 2008 in Animation

Joe Strike's Review

Editor’s Note: This week animation industry insider Joe Strike gives us a second take (my photo tour is here) on the Too Art for TV 3 gallery show that features the fine art side of New York’s animation industry:

Williamsburg Brooklyn is so goddam hip they won’t let you off the subway at the Bedford Avenue stop if you’re not wearing shades & one of those little mini-beardy things just under your lip. Fortunately I fooled the border guard (“wow, look over there – a latte grande!”) & made my way to the Erebuni Gallery on Roebling Street. (Why is a street named for the family that built the Brooklyn Bridge closer to the Williamsburg one?) Making my way to the gallery I spotted big big lights which had lit up the loft building across Roebling for ABC’s Life on Mars: Read more…



Too Art for TV 3: The Fine Art Side of the NYC Animation Industry

Posted by Michael Pinto on Dec 7, 2008 in Animation

The 2 art 4 T.V. Show: Kelly Denato

This Friday was the opening night for Too Art for TV 3 which is the third annual fine art exhibit which features the work of professionals in New York City’s animation business. The show is running until December 15th at the Erebuni gallery which is located at 158 Roebling Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Read more…



Seeing the Sexiest: The Used Animation Art Auction & Underwear Sale

Posted by Guest Author on Nov 30, 2008 in Animation, Hobbies and Collections

ASIFA 2008 Used Animation Auction

Editor’s Note: This week animation industry insider Joe Strike takes us to a charity auction where the who’s who of NYC animation embrace their inner fanboy to swap goodies and gawk at cartoons.

Whatever possessed me to raise my hand? I went into the ASIFA auction on November 20th, as broke or broker as anyone else in the USA today, just to see who was there and what was going on… before I knew it I was bidding on a 1926 copy of Animated Cartoons, by one E.G. Lutz, a copy of the book that taught Walt Disney how to animate (or so the legend goes), for a mere $60. Read more…

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