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Julie Heffernan in San Francisco & Alex CF's limited edition of "Many Dead Things"

Posted in Belletristica, Comics & Manga, Cryptozoology, Exhibitions / Openings / Signings, Eyecandy, Horror / Goth, Illustration, Releases, Taxidermy & Grotesk by Suzanne on August 28th, 2011 | BBC Wikipedia


Budding Boy by Julie Heffernan, oil on canvas, 78 x 56 inches, 2010 - click to enlarge

This coming Saturday, September 3, Julie Heffernan's highly anticipated solo show Boy O Boy II will be opening at Catharine Clark Gallery, 150 Minna Street, San Francisco.

Since it's totally impossible to notice the subtleties, the intricate microcosms (see for instance the tiny ladder in Budding Boy bottom left), the cultivated pastoral or the symbiotic opulence which are all so very essential to Julie's work in an online reproduction, I would highly recommend you to go see Boy O Boy II in person if you happen to be in S.F..

The official reception is actually not until September 10, 4 - 7 PM. The exhibition will remain on show until October 29, 2011.


© Alex CF

Good news just reached us from Alex CF HQ: Alex's acclaimed debut monograph Many Dead Things - The Specimens of Lord Merrylin will be released as a new edition. Click here for more details and here to pre-order your own copy.

The release is limited to 100 copies only - each of them signed - containing 140 pages of glorious cryptozoology, a foreword by the great Reece Shearsmith from League of Gentlemen and costs £30.

Finally, and for absolutely no reason other than CAUSE I FUCKING CAN, please enjoy these fabulous horror GIFs that were brought to my attention by the SameHat Tumblr. If you happen to have any information on their source and/or creator, please do get in touch.


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2 comments to " Julie Heffernan in San Francisco & Alex CF's limited edition of "Many Dead Things" "

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    Val says:

    I believe the first .gif is from Demon Hunter Makaryuudo.

    October 22nd, 2011 at 10:38 pm

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    Suzanne says:

    Thanks so much, Val! I think you are correct! x

    November 15th, 2011 at 11:23 pm

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