Two Sensational Shockers

Talk's Cheap record store and gallery is hosing an exhibit for two artists well known for their marker drawing style and rock n roll subject matter.

“Brave on Horseback,” a detailed 36” x 40' drawing designed for Indian Wars & Primitive Hands’ album.

Talk’s Cheap (556 B Pandora) record store and gallery is hosting an exhibit for two artists well-known for their marker drawing style and rock ‘n’ roll subject matter.

Best known for his innovative cork carvings, this is Bob Scott’s first exhibition of drawings. Scott will be showing his original large-scale drawings from a year’s worth of commissioned record covers, gig posters, and band logos for bands such as Montreal’s Demon’s Claws and Vancouver’s The Jolts.

Ben Lyon is a Michigan based artist who designs artwork for bands like King Khan & BBQ Show, Davila 666, and The Spits. He will be showing a selection of recent limited edition screenprinted posters. Two Sensational Shockers opens Fri. Sept. 2 at 7 p.m. and runs until Thurs. Sept. 22. M

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