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On July 29, 2012, in Merchandise, News, by chick

Insect Music Exhibition

Pene­lope Rose­mont • Den­nis Cun­ning­ham • Win­ston Smith

If you didn’t get to attend the exhi­bi­tion, you can still get the cat­a­log and posters.








1.  Insect Music Cat­a­log — 16 Page Full Color Book­let with Illus­tra­tions and Pho­tographs com­mem­o­rat­ing the exhi­bi­tion at Grant’s Tomb.  $15 + Shipping

2.  Insect Music Poster — 12“x18” full color poster on 100# matte cover stock.
Fea­tures “What a Man!” art by Pene­lope Rose­mont.  $10 + Shipping

3.  Insect Music Poster — 12“x18” full color poster on 100# matte cover stock.
Fea­tures “Swarm!” art by Win­ston Smith.  $10 + Shipping


Moon­al­ice Posters

Art Direc­tion:  Chris Shaw

12 3/4″ x 17 1/4″  Poster on heavy­weight paper.


Moonalice Poster,  July 2012Moonalice Poster,  April 2012










4. Moon­al­ice Poster, July 18th 2012. Fea­tur­ing “Enigma of the Moon” art by Win­ston Smith. $20 + Shipping.

5. Moon­al­ice Poster, April 21 2012. Fea­tur­ing “By a Hare’s Breath” art by Win­ston Smith. $20 + Shipping.


Primus Poster

Hand-screened by Mono­lith Press, Alameda CA.  Lim­ited Edi­tion of 200.

18″ x 24″ • CMYK 4-color silkscreen • Signed and numbered.

6. Primus Poster, June 14 2012.

Fea­tur­ing “Brain Child” art by Win­ston Smith. Type­set­ting by Zoltron.

$65 + Ship­ping









Lim­ited Edi­tion Prints

Archival on Som­er­set Double-Weight Vel­vet.  Lim­ited Edi­tion of 100.

12″ x 18″ • Signed and num­bered.  •  Comes with Cer­tifi­cate of Authenticity

Singing in the Reign of Terror, 20127.  “Singing in the Reign of Ter­ror” 2012

$99 + Shipping









Sum­mer Col­lec­tion — Spe­cial Offer

Col­lect all 7 Releases plus a sur­prise bonus!  Value $234

Shipped via USPS Pri­or­ity Mail in a Heavy-duty 5″ Diam­e­ter Tube.


$175 + $15 Ship­ping and Han­dling.  Tax applies for Cal­i­for­nia Residents.


Insect Music

On July 12, 2012, in Events, Merchandise, News, by chick


Pre-Order the 16-Page Cat­a­log Now!  Just $9.95 plus shipping.

The great­est effects are often pro­duced by the small­est causes. —Lautréamont

This small show may be one of the most impor­tant col­lage shows ever, it demon­strates the mar­vels that can be cre­ated with the mate­ri­als at hand, those objects and images man­u­fac­tured and quickly rejected by the soci­ety of the spec­ta­cle in its never end­ing cycle. Some­times these images have been part of the repres­sive infrastructure…religion, adver­tiz­ing. Col­lage restores their sense of won­der, their true con­nec­tion with the mar­velous. By cre­at­ing a new bal­ance, we refresh our own minds. Not only can we lib­er­ate these images and objects, we can imag­ine, and even cre­ate, lib­er­ated futures.



Fri­day, July 27 •  7pm — 10pm



Fla­vors of Spain and Argentina by way of tacos: Piper­ades, sofrito, stuffed olives, cheeses, Chick-made sal­sas and sal­adas. Refresh­ing bev­er­ages will also be offered. All for the low low price of…well… Free! Come early before they dis­ap­pear. (Just bring some foldin’ money for the dona­tion box.)

And bring your plas­tic for art pur­chases. We accept all four major credit cards thanks to Square. (Oh how we love Square.)

See you there!



Sat­ur­day, July 28

Pene­lope Rose­mont in con­ver­sa­tion with
V. Vale of RE/Search Publications



at Grant’s Tomb,

North Beach, San Fran­cisco, CA


Artists will be in attendance.

Food • Bev­er­age • Art

Free Admis­sion


About the Artists

Pene­lope Rose­mont, Den­nis Cun­ning­ham  and Win­ston Smith embody the cre­ative energy of col­lage each in their own unique way — a dif­fer­ence that demon­strates the incred­i­ble power of collage.

Pene­lope Rose­mont is a long-time sur­re­al­ist, whose recent book is Dreams & Every-day Life. She met André Bre­ton and the sur­re­al­ist group in Paris in the 1960’s, and is show­ing col­lages she calls “insect music.” These are a light-hearted adven­ture, pro­vok­ing thoughts on “sizeism.” That is rel­a­tive scale and the dif­fer­ent worlds that exist all around us. A pluri­verse, char­ac­ters that sel­dom have a chance to meet or inter­act except in col­lage. A newt and Mar­i­lyn Mon­roe, a preying-mantis and African masks.


Den­nis Cun­ning­ham, more famous for his work as defender of Black Pan­thers, Judi Bari, and pris­on­ers has long made assem­blages of found objects. Cunningham’s crea­tures are not intel­lec­tual abstrac­tions, cold and remote, as much of sculp­ture is; his crea­tures are per­sonal, humor­ous, beau­ti­ful. Like life they have plenty of rough edges, like liv­ing beings they long for each oth­ers’ com­pany. To be with them is to be pos­sessed by good demons…eudaimonia. Their pres­ence projects and brings good fortune.


Win­ston Smith is con­sid­ered by some as one of the more influ­en­tial modern-day col­lag­ists. His works embody, with­out effort, warm humor and black humor, détourne­ment and fan­tasy. His col­lages of the happy peo­ple of the 1950’s com­bine with images and titles that shock one’s sensibility.

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