The Looming Fate of Crops Disguised As Plumbing and Pretty Sunbeams by Steven Cerio
The Looming Fate of Crops Disguised As Plumbing and Pretty Sunbeams
Brushed ink on paper
16” x 12.5”
Steven Cerio : Visionary artist, filmmaker and musician. His unmistakable style set the stage for the neo-psychedelic revival. Created his own loving and sarcastic expressions of joy for three decades. Started in 80's zines and soon after called upon by galleries and by diverse clients: Nickelodeon, Warner Brothers, A&M Records, Entertainment Weekly and Penguin books. Drew posters for King Crimson, Ministry, Les Claypool, Widespread Panic, Monster Magnet and White Zombie. His prints occupy the set of Comedy Central's hit series Workaholics. Award-Winning author of “Steven Cerio's ABC Book-A Drug Primer ” (Gates of Heck) , " Sunbeam on the Astronaut" (Alternative Comics) and "PIE " (Wow Cool). Involved with performance pioneers The Residents, designing vinyl toy figures and images for animations and film all of which were inducted into the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York. A musician: Composed, recorded and toured since the 80's; including a stint with DeeDee Ramone's Sprocket. His musical efforts are now focused on creating soundtracks for his films. After a decade working as an artist in New York City, Steven moved his studio to Auburn, New York.
This piece is part of our current exhibition Hi-Fructose presents: The Art of the Mushroom and will remain on display in the gallery through December 9, 2018. We will ship this piece the week of December 12th.
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