I’m an art critic by no means, but I can confidently say Adam Jackson is one of my favorite illustrators ever.
Thank God it’s Friday- I hate that term.
It reminds me of TGIFriday (awful chain restaurant most Americans are at least aware of that is probably everything I dislike about franchised family dining establishments) and automatically makes the assumption that your week was miserable and you should be glad it’s over; basically that the weekend is the answer to all of your weekday woes.
Twenty six artists were asked to create a piece of artwork with a skateboard deck as the canvas embodying their childhoods. I was happy to visit the Teo + Namfah gallery on the exhibition’s opening night to view some whimsical and interesting pieces at Off The Wall. Thanks to curator, Nataly Lee, for heading up such a fantastic concept for artists in Cambodia. These are a few of my personal favorites.
Teo+Namfah Gallery at #21 Street 214.
All skateboards will be sold at a silent auction which ends March 31.
Reserve price is $100 per skateboard.