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Greg “Craola” Simkins’ Inle

Hi-Fructose Vol. 14 cover artist, Greg "Craola" Simkins, has cast together a star studded group show, now on view at Gallery 1988 Melrose. Entitled 'Inle', the thematic show revolves around the Black Rabbit of Inle, the grim reaper-like character from Richard Adam's 'Watership Down.' A long running undercurrent in Simkins' greater body of work, 'Inle' provides an insightful look into the book and film's influence on Simkins' contemporaries. Get an extensive look at the many works now on display, after the jump.

Greg ‘Craola’ Simkins

Hi-Fructose Vol. 14 cover artist, Greg “Craola” Simkins, has cast together a star studded group show, now on view at Gallery 1988 Melrose. Entitled ‘Inle’, the thematic show revolves around the Black Rabbit of Inle, the grim reaper-like character from Richard Adam’s ‘Watership Down.’ A long running undercurrent in Simkins’ greater body of work, ‘Inle’ provides an insightful look into the book and film’s influence on Simkins’ contemporaries. Get an extensive look at the many works now on display, below.

Roland Tamayo

Skinner

Tony Curanaj

Peter Gronquist

Johnny KMNDZ Rodriguez

Mike Mitchell

Kris Lewis

Brian Despain

Travis Louie

Dabs/Myla

Annie Owens

Steven Daily

Shaun Kaslsinger

Martin Wittfooth

Luke Cheuh

Dave Correia

Jeff McMillian

Christian Rexx Van Minnen

Alex Pardee

Brandi Milne

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