Tags : New York

Double Feature #37 with Cake Blissken

Welcome back for more! Meow, If you’ve got nothing better to do, head on over to your last local video store, search your favorite legal or illegal online subscription movie sites, check your personal DVD or VHS collection and track these bad boys down. Meow, grab some delicious and/or nutritious sweet or sour treats, a […]Read More

Cake Blissken: Escape from New York ComicCon 2017

Escape from New York ComicCon 2017 Pow! Blam!! Kaboom!!! Splooogge!!!! Yes, people…It’s the sounds you didn’t hear coming from inside of my tiny juvenile brain (or was it my pants?) as I attended my second ever ComicCon at the Javits Convention Center in New York City (No salsa here). Hero Complex Gallery or Galaxy depending […]Read More

Cake Blissken: Escape from New York ComicCon

Escape from New York ComicCon By Cake Blissken Soooo….I finally attended my first ever ComicCon in New York. I know, I know…what was I waiting for? I was fortunate enough to be asked to participate as a guest artist for the Hero Complex Gallery booth. HCG is an art gallery based in Los Angeles that […]Read More

VICES photos | Bottleneck Gallery | Grey Matter Art |

And another successful opening reception for the trifecta of win,  Tim Pittides, Grey Matter Art and Bottleneck Gallery is in the books for the amazing VICES show. Prints that did not sell out at the show are now available online HERE Take a look at some of  photos from the show. Photo Credit : Matthew […]Read More

EXCLUSIVE! Nerdlocker Artist Interview: Craig Drake

Photos and Interview by Froilan Regal, Jeremy Ungar and Nara Ramanujan Hero Complex Gallery has been knocking it out of the park lately! They’ve had a slew of amazing exhibits, with the latest one being a solo show by Craig Drake! Check out this interview we did with Craig at the show: Not only did […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Need For Speed

When I first heard about Need for Speed and the involvement with Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul, I was ultimately excited.  From seeing his character development in the show and his acting ability grow within the five seasons, I was interested to see his take as an action star.  Walking into the theater, there was […]Read More

Movies You May Have Missed: Bringing Out the Dead (1999)

In 1999, Nicolas Cage starred in Bringing Out the Dead, directed by Martin Scorsese. A neo-noir thriller in its own right, this is truly the work of a master filmmaker. Much like in his recent directing effort, The Wolf of Wall Street, Scorsese manages to bring the audience into the mind of the film’s main […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Oblivion

Since the international release of Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion earlier this week, I’ve heard a lot of negativity about the film. This weekend I checked it out for myself and was pleasantly surprised by this 70s sci-fi homage. The movie is set in the year 2077, after a war with alien invaders called Scavengers has left […]Read More

Bottleneck Gallery’s Get A Room (2/15-3/8) New York City

It’s that time of the year and love is in the air. So much so that Bottleneck has commissioned over 50 artists to “Get a Room.” No, we do not mean that in a literal sense. Rather, their newest exhibit will focus on the very couples and relationships that have come to define our perceptions […]Read More

Bottleneck Gallery Presents: Gizmos and Gadgets

Once again the Brooklyn, New York gallery is ready to open their first 2013 show this week. Bottleneck Gallery is proud to bring us “Gizmos and Gadgets.”  The show starts this Friday, January 18th and will end February 3rd. Opening reception will be from 7pm-10pm, with online sales scheduled for Saturday, January 19,th 12pm eastern. They […]Read More

Bottleneck Gallery and Silver Screen Society’s Alternate Ending show

Once again the Brooklyn, New York gallery is ready to open their third exhibit next week. Bottleneck Gallery has co-curated with Silver Screen Society to bring us “The Alternate Ending“ The show opens December 14th at 7pm with online sales scheduled for Saturday December the 15th at 12pm eastern. A little over 50 artists will present work […]Read More

Spoke Art is heading out to New York for NYCC

Spoke Art is proud to announce the third installment of their ongoing annual art show, “Bad Dads: an art show inspired by the films of Wes Anderson.” http://spoke-art.com/blog/ For 2012 they’re taking the show bicoastal with a partial print debut at the New York Comic Con this weekend, followed by the full show later this […]Read More

Bottleneck Gallery Presents: More Than You Imagined

Do you live in Brooklyn, New York? Do you support amazing charities like the Michael J Fox Foundation? And perhaps most importantly, do you like kick ass art inspired by premium cable? If you answered hell yes to these questions, then holy crap is it your lucky day! Bottleneck Gallery located in Brooklyn, New York, […]Read More