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From The Digital Sweatshop
The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.

Spring Art Show Preview: Berlin 2010

Monday, December 21, 2009


Orietta St. Cloud. Acrylic and collage on canvas. 12"x 30". $400 + S&H. Comes with Orietta comic book + CD.



Vectra. Acrylic, spray paint and glitter on canvas. 12"x 30" $400 + S&H. Comes with Vectra comic book + CD.



'70s Marvel series. Mixed media on canvas. 14" x 18". $375 each + S&H.



Johnny Gambit and Cody Ashton. Acrylic and flyers on canvas. 12" x 30". $400 + S&H. Comes with Johnny Gambit comic + CD. SOLD!!!!



Untitled. Acrylic and spray paint on canvas. 8" x 30". $250 USD + S&H.



All nudes (on floor) 8" x 10". Mixed media on canvas. $100 USD each + S&H. Michael + Janet "Scream" paintings. Acyrlic and colored ink on canvas. 8 1/2" x 11" $150 each + S&H.


Here are some of the pieces from my next Berlin art show, but you can buy them early and I can deliver them after the show (April/May 2010). The gallery I'm showing with in Berlin actually wanted to do this show in November, but I needed time to finish it! It's incredible to have people that excited about your work. I'm always surprised when people are that enthusiastic. I go around to people/galleries in Chicago and they look at me like I got swine flu or some shit, a waste of time.

And fans of the old-school Djax-Up-Beats look, don't worry, I'm doing some B&W sci-fi pieces right now just for you, like "Untitled" above.

-AO :: 3:05 PM ::

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