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    World extraordinaire artist/toy collector/spiritual advisor Michael Skattum is having a show at Clutter Gallery next weekend. Looks rad. Pretty excited for this show, even though I can't actually attend!

    Frankenruge one off!!!

    There will be a bunch of paintings on display, obvi

    Yo check out these super slimy frog dawgz!

    Also, if someone can take pics that would b rad?!
     
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    That Frankenruge tribute is so goddamn good. Very, very cool to see Michael getting his own show!!!
     
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    That pulp-comics-page-come-to-life colorway is plenty pleasing! I'd very much like to see snaps of the whole spread, too, so here's hoping for some vicarious living coming our way.

    Congrats, @michael!
     
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    Well shucks, congrats Michael on this show! Thrilled to see him get this deserved exposure, and I am sure the exhibit will feature tons of amazing art. Love that Franken' tribute on the Draculazer.
     
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    Thanks all! Just trying to stay relevant in my own head- pump out some fun one offs and make art that’s affordable to anyone who might want it! After this haul it’s onto DCon prep! Hopefully I’ll see some familiar faces at Clutter, as I’ll make the trek to attend myself!
     
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    Thanks for the heads-up - I just played pretend-spend and am very happy with my imaginary painting and toy!
    Anyone here go? I'd love to see some snaps of the scene.
     
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    Someone was kind enough to send pics of the show! Which is nice cuz I was a lil bummed I couldn't make it. Don't get it twisted super pumped for Michael, looked like a super fun lil show. And you better bet yer bum bum I was still able to score a thing or two!









     
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    Thanks for sharing these here, Patrick. What a show, those were some amazing pieces available, and I totally am envious of several which have been grabbed up (and there are still gems remaining). I have to say, I really love that Mutated Shrimp design. I also totally dig Michael's original take on the Barom-1 beasties; I would easily sign up for some of those in a sweet tattoo montage. Michael's stuff is always so original, yet enduring and bridges the designs wonderfully from OG vintage style to modernism. A wonderful show, congratulations to all those who picked something up, and big :thumbsup: to the man himself.
     

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