Leon Rainbow presents "Color Me Badd"
An interactive show to take place in the New Brunswick, NJ
Train Station, April 1st - may 6th, 2006. We need students, artists, and teachers to submit black outlines on white paper. Solid line art only please on standard white paper up to 48â€ Tall and as wide as space will allow. The basic Idea is to turn the tunnel in between the two tracks into a larger-than- life coloring book. At the opening and throughout the month of April crayons will be available for people to color the outlines in. Whether youâ€™re a graffiti artist, cartoonist, fine artist, whatever send me your outline and be sure to include your web address / e- mail address to publicize your work. Once the work is received we will paste it all together. The absolute deadline to receive work is April 1, 2006.
Send your poster/outline to:
309 3rd St
Trenton, NJ 08611
Or online to email@example.com 8.5' x 11' only
Sincerity Press is starting a series of coloring books called â€˜Coloring for a Causeâ€™. We are seeking submissions for the first of two graffiti/street art oriented books: â€œSo Much Love In Just One Can: East Coast Stylesâ€ (the second will feature West Coast Styles.)
Fifty percent of the profit from all of the books will be going to non-profits: For the two â€œSo Much Loveâ€ books, the donation will be going toward Pose2â€™s â€œGraffiti: The Art Formâ€ classes (for paint and visiting artists for the students) and to help get the B-Boy Barbecues movinâ€™ in Philly, Rochester and San Diego.
Guideline for Submissions DEADLINE MARCH 24TH!!!
- Two or three different 8 Â½ x 11 blackbook/line art piece, letters and/or characters
- letterstyles and work of a political/activist nature is preferred, especially celebrating community, Hip-Hop, and family.
- In the bottom right corner of each piece put your handstyle and where you rep
- Three sentence bio and contact information (note whether or not you want it listed in the book)
- Scanned or mailed copy of contract thatâ€™s attached.
- Pieces, contracts and bios should me emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org; contracts can be faxed to 503-331-1315 or
attn: Coloring for a Cause c/o Tanya Linn
1315 N. Shaver Street
Portland Oregon 97227
We will be making shirts through a partnership with BabyWit.com, so please be aware that your piece may be used on t-shirts (let us know if you would rather not have your art on shirts.) Fifty percent of the profit of these shirts will also go to Pose2â€™s programs.
To hype up the release of the East Coast book we are doing a satellite show with the legendary Leno Rainbow. We are looking for big black and white line-art pieces for the Color Me Bad exhibit thatâ€™s happening the month of April in Portland, OR and New Brunswick, NJ. The pieces will be put up as an interactive exhibit based on Leonâ€™s show and theyâ€™ll be colored in by the attendees. These should be no bigger than 48â€ square and be strictly black and white line art. Please contact us at email@example.com ASAP if you are into it; Leon can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. This summer this series of books will be promoted at shows nationwide.
Please forward this to anyone might be interested; weâ€™re doing the East Coast book now, but the West Coast one will start up pretty soon too. Our ideal is to have the books 50% female, so please send this submission letter to any female who paints. I can be reached at email@example.com or 732-546-2005 with any questions.
Tanya Linn, Sincerity Press, Baby Wit, & Coloring for a Cause
About the Programs:
â€œGraffiti: The Art Formâ€ originated from Pose 2â€™s dedication to educating new writers. Through discussions, videos, slide presentations, books and daily â€˜studioâ€™ time at the Hawthorne Cultural Center in South Philly, students aged 10-110 learn about the basic foundation and history of graffiti. Pose 2, Base, Sew and Psy work together to give students alternative perspectives; all funding generated is used for paint, bringing in visiting instructors and helping out the Hawthorne Cultural Center. The B-Boy BBQ, starting in Philly and expanding this year, is a family event informed by the block parties that gave birth to Hip Hop. Drawing writers, MCâ€™s, DJâ€™s and b-boys from miles, states and nations away, the B-Boy BBQ fosters a local, national and global community. For more info on these, check out www.pose2.com and www.bboy-bbq.com.