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Michael C Hsiung is characterized by: large mustache (one of the few remaining facially hairy Asians surviving today) with all of the species capable of reaching one ton or more in weight; herbivorous diet; and a thin yellow protective skin, 1.5-5 cm thick, formed from layers of collagen positioned in a lattice structure; and a relatively small brain for a mammal of his size (400-600g). . Michael is prized for its mustache, sometimes his art. Not a true mustache, it is made of thickly matted hair that grows from the skull without skeletal support. Michael has acute hearing and sense of smell, but poor eyesight over any distance. Michael C. Hsiung will probably live to be about 50 years old or more.

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Supply And Demand Show at House of Vans September 10th

Vans recently sent me to Brooklyn to snap some pictures of The Supply and Demand show, which featured the works of Chris Yormick, Rich Jacobs, Russ Pope, and Jay Howell.  It was a blast - check out some photos from that trip. 

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BROOKLYN, NY
:  The Supply and Demand Show - group show at House of Vans featuring works by Chris Yormick, Rich Jacobs, Russ Pope and Jay Howell - opened Saturday night (Sept. 10th) to a great crowd of folks who ventured out to see this truly unique show and installation. 

Here’s the silk screened Supply and Demand title wall. The artists arrived a week earlier to work on painting the ramps for the show.  There was also a gallery space located in the front of the House of Vans where folks could see and purchase some original works.  Then out back there were some food trucks and free tacos. 

Here’s some photos of the installation and works they did on the ramps.  Sort of the mother of all collaborations if you ask me. 

The artists arrived about a week before to start painting on the ramps at the House of Vans.  They decided to work organically, each starting a piece somewhere and then eventually having their characters interact.  All free hand too - no sketching or anything.  They also shared all the materials including the colors, making it even more cohesive. 

I love the interactions between each artists’ characters and artist.  Here’s a nice one between Jay Howell and Russ Pope. 

Watch your back dude.

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