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Join Members of the DC Conspiracy for the opening of our interactive retrospective exhibit. Featuring original art and prints as well as chalkboard murals where you can create your own temporary comics.
DC Conspiracy: A Retrospective explores the nature of collaboration and creativity within a local collective of comic creators. Their work runs the gamut - from witty and literary works - to action, the mystical, and just plain nonsense.
The exhibit will be up from July 12th to August 16th and features art and writing by:
- Matt Dembicki
- Andrew Cohen
- Dale Rawlings
- Evan Keeling
- Jake Warenfeltz
- Deb Orgel
- Michael Auger
- Michael Brace
- Bram Meehan
- Monica Meehan
- Chris Harback
- Kate Harback
- Arthur Haupt
- Mal Jones
Founded in 2005 the DC Conspiracy is approaching their tenth anniversary. This exhibit looks back at some of their earliest collaborative work, and features original comic art and digital prints.
- DrDremo - DC Conspiracy’s first group project - an exquisite corpse comic jam.
- DrDremo’sTaphouse of Tall Tales and Short Stories - a series of themed anthologies.
- Selections of promotional material and webcomics that were displayed on the original DC Conspiracy website.
For more information about the DC Conspiracy:
Here is the very first meme I’ve created. Thanks Booker T for the inspiration. Five times. You gotta be kitten me!
On the evening of Thursday, September 12, 2013 Joe Carabeo and Carolyn Belefski collaborated on the chalkboard wall in the Works in Progress Gallery for their artist residency at “Comics Making Studio” exhibit at Artisphere in Arlington, Virginia.
For their experiment called “Animal Chronicles” Joe came up with an animal and an object, then Carolyn drew each combination on the wall – for example, Fox/Harmonica or Cat/Lawnmower. In about three hours, twenty combinations and sketches were created. Each drawing was only up for a brief time period, then erased over and a new sketch appeared in the same place on the chalk wall.
The exhibit space also featured original art for Magic Bullet, Washington, DC’s comics newspaper. Attendees were also encouraged to create their own comic and had access to take the past two issues of Magic Bullet home with them.
Thanks to Matt Dembicki and Evan Keeling for organizing the show and thanks to Joe Carabeo for photographing the art.
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Here are photographs I took in the Washington, DC Metro system several months ago. I think the claim is a little off and the “after” is actually the “before” shot with the help of Photoshop in the “before” image. I noticed the hair is exactly the same in both shots. Also how can facelift dentures transform the neck that dramatically?