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Bookmark and Share Rivet Exhibition
September 2nd - 30th
Solo Exhibition - Opening September 2nd, 7-10pm
Featuring the art of
Ed Mironiuk
New York, New York
Ed Mironiuk was born on Dec 11th. His singular and strange nature quickly convinced his parents that one child would be enough, as they never had another. He began drawing as soon as he could grip a pencil and put it to paper. Edgar Rice Burroughs, Frazetta, sci fi and comics consumed his time and encouraged his imagination. By the age of 12 he discovered Alberto Vargas through an inherited collection of musty Playboys, perhaps the only pre-pubescent to truly appreciate pornography on an esoteric level. This early admiration of the female form would serve as the foundation of his later artwork. After high school, Ed went straight to his muse ? NYC?s East Village. After 4 years at Parson's School of Design he came away with a BFA. While toiling away on animation jobs, he fed his head a steady diet of black metal, Russ Meyer films, HP Lovecraft, latex fashion, body modifications and Japanese deviancies. These subcultures stewed and eventually merged with his love of pinups, forming the basis of his unique brand of art; a hybrid of pop trash and fetish culture kissed by Dr. Moreau himself. Ed?s illustration work has been featured in everything from The LA Times to Pawn Stars.
Sweet Toofs - The Art of Ed Mironiuk
Sweet fiber art

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