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New Works by Travis Louie

Travis Louie opens up his latest show, "The Ghost of Delilah and Other Stories", tomorrow night (December 2nd) at Gallery 1988 Los Angeles. Comprising of four large scale drawings and a series of intriguing collaborative works (12 in total), "The Ghost of Delilah" presents Louie's loved portraiture as seen through the eyes and pencils of many of his fellow artists and friends including Greg "Craola" Simkins (who actually collaborated on two pieces with Louie), Lola, Chet Zar, Molly Crabapple , Fred Harper, John Cebollero, John Park, Dave Chung, Zoetica Ebb, Lisa Gloria, and Ewelina Ferroso. Take a look at one more of the joint works, as well as a large scale drawing, here on Hi-Fructose.

Travis Louie and Ewelina Ferroso – “A Man Dreams of Becoming a Rabbit”

Travis Louie opens up his latest show, “The Ghost of Delilah and Other Stories”, tomorrow night (December 2nd) at Gallery 1988 Los Angeles.  Comprising of four large scale drawings and a series of intriguing collaborative works (12 in total), “The Ghost of Delilah” presents Louie’s loved portraiture as seen through the eyes and pencils of many of his fellow artists and friends including Greg “Craola” Simkins (who actually collaborated on two pieces with Louie), Lola, Chet Zar, Molly Crabapple , Fred Harper, John Cebollero, John Park, Dave Chung, Zoetica Ebb, Lisa Gloria, and Ewelina Ferroso. Take a look at one more of the joint works, as well as a large scale drawing, here on Hi-Fructose.

Travis Louie – “Victorian Hypno-doll”

Travis Louie and Fred Harper – “Bill Finds an Awkward Friend”

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