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I’ll be participating in a group show entitled, Tragic Heroes- opening April 6th in Costa Mesa, CA.

the show is dedicated to the flawed figure, the
tragically miscalculated and the culture
of the under rated in art today.
Here’s to the best intentions and
the worst outcome.

Featuring works by myself, John Lupo Avanti, Morgaine Faye, Eatcho, Linsey
Levendall,
Joe Shea, Zach Johnsen, Jeremiah Maddock and David
Wein.

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 6th, 2013 from 7-10pm
Show runs through May 5th, 2013

As Issued @ The Lab
2930 Bristol St. #A104
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

ph: 949-300-7118
info@asissued.com
http://www.asissued.com

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I recently did a few editorial illustrations for Rouge China, I just received hardcopies of the magazine today,  I’m really happy with how it turned out. Take  a peek when you have a moment.

Thanks Antoine!


Just got word that my work was posted this week on stylesight.com. I was paired with another NYC based Illustrator, Sara Blake a.k.a. ZSO. Beautiful stuff don’t you agree? I had to repost.

Thanks Jenny!

Wanted to say thanks to all that viewed, commented on, purchased and posted my works last month. It was definitely an exciting month for me. Lots more to come, keep an eye out!

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acidolatte.blogspot.com
trendland.net

Marion Bolognesi

That’s it.

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“For colored girls” Tissues, T’s & notebooks!


Little known fact: I daylight as a handbag designer. It’s a fun job & it lets me play a bit with fashion, which I love.

I started working for an interesting company 6 months ago, they’re known for being slightly over the top, this is good, keeps things moving. In any event, for the past three markets, I’ve been combining both the night & day gigs, doing paintings of handbags for the showrooms. Pretty fun. Here’s a peek.

Can’t take credit for the designs on these kiddies, I actually paint a different brand then I design.


My good friend Debbie recently asked me to participate in Monster Mash, a Halloween mash up of Art, live music, and Kaiju madness. She’s helping put the event together so I know it’ll be great!

I’m excited to get a little bit gory with my watercolor. This Friday night will not be spent on the town, I’m gonna be holed up in my apt, drinking wine and turning my pretty paints into a bloody nightmare… CAN’T WAIT!!!

p.s. Debbie did this flyer, pretty great right? I’m a big fan of her gooey design stylings.

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This is a carry-over post from my old blog that I had to rollover to this new one. Imitation may be the most sincere form of flattery but that flattery is taken to the next level when someone decides to wear something you’ve created, permanently, on their body. Personally, I think the tattoo artist that tattooed my “Cross” painting put the original to shame. Pretty sick!