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February Exhibit: Brain Killer & Gang

One of the many joys of showing art is watching an artist grow and change and, once in awhile, emerge.

This month, we feature an artist that we've known for most of the time we've had Rotofugi — as a matter of fact, we've known Brain Killer since before he was Brain Killer! It's been an absolute joy watching our friend evolve into a skilled muralist and painter, and it is an honor to be hosting their very first solo(-ish) exhibit!

Joining Brain Killer, at their invitation, are six additional Chicago-based artists: Shawnimals, Angel Onofre, Don Mega, Alisa Duda, China Cat 663, and (Sub)urban Warrior.

Join us in celebrating and supporting local artists the evening of Saturday February 17, 6-8pm for an Opening Reception with music by Bryson K. BYOB.

Bugz and Crypts
New Works by Brain Killer & Gang
February 17-March 10, 2024
Open 10am-6pm Daily

Opening Reception
Saturday, February 17, 6-8pm
Music by Bryson K

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About the Artist

Brain Killer is a Chicago-based creative director and multimedia producer working in advertising. When he’s not making commercials he’s creating his special brand of lowbrow art or pop surrealism, depending on how fancy he’s feeling that day.

Originally started as an experimental film project, Brain Killer has moved from creating videos under the moniker and transitioned it into a personal outlet for design, painting, and mural work. But who knows? Maybe those weird little videos might creep back soon!

Brain Killer is heavily influenced by “geek culture” including sci-fi, horror, video games, animation and comic books — themes that are evident throughout his work.


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