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New Painting “Hand In Hand” + Ambiguous Paddle Art Event Info

By December 9, 2009 2 Comments

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“Hand In Hand” / acrylic on ping pong paddles mounted to masonite / 18″ x 24″ (total size)

Yes, ping pong paddles.  That was the challenge and inspiration for my latest piece.  Which has got to be the opposite of my recent project the Kings billboard.

I chose this medium to actually be a part of a bigger collective show that is the Ambiguous Paddle Show showing this weekend, December 12th and United State Boutique in Sacramento.  I wanted to depict the relationship with my wife with the imagery and paddles.  Unfortunately I will be attending another event in LA, but I recommend you don’t miss this event to see this original and the other works of art.

United State, a DJ/Clothing boutique in Sacramento’s midtown dedicated to preserving the style and culture of  the local DJ’s and Emcees has teamed up with Ambiguous Clothing, a raw and edgy brand, to host Ambiguous’ traveling ping-pong paddle art show.  This art show has toured the globe, showing the talent of local artists in Brooklyn, Barcelona, Las Vegas, and Paris. This event will be held at United State Boutique and will showcase 40-60 pieces.  Art work from local artists, like, myself,  Amanda Lopez and John Stuart Berger, as well as, pieces from previous showings will be available for a free public viewing from 6pm to 10pm.  Following the show, United State Boutique will be hosting an exclusive invitation only after party sponsored by Miller Genuine Draft.

Admission: Free from 6pm-10pm

Invitation only after party from 10pm-12am

Where: United State Boutique

1014 24th St.

Sacramento, CA

When: Saturday December 12th, 2009

6pm-10pm

Artist: David Garibaldi, Amanda Lopez, John Stuart Berger, Helen Bayly, Nick of 12ft

Dwende, Black Zombie, Macsorro, Jonny “Step 1”, Eric Nodora, Illyanna Maisonet

Sponsors: United State, Unseen Heroes, Ambiguous Clothing,Miller Genuine Draft

Check out more pictures below of my brand new piece!

2 Comments

  • Jon Snellstrom says:

    Love your work. While visiting Disney in a couple of weeks, talk them into using your style for their next full length animated feature film… Like a modern take on Fantasia (with a beat).

  • ange says:

    Hey David; I am a big fan, keep up your good work.

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