Ty Dunitz and the painting is done by Selena Wong, both participating artists.
My apologies to the participating artists. I am so disorganized and busy, things are running like avalanches. I have three summer jobs. THREE. Master's is draining blood out of me (in a financial sense as well as everything else). Dear school, you have my blood on your hands.
Anyhow... here is more info on Smiling Antimatter show:
You are cordially invited to the opening reception of Smiling Antimatter, a group exhibition by Toronto's hardest working illustrators.
Participating ArtistsVicki Nerino • Britt Wilson • Roben Nieuwland • Selena Wong • Ale Diaz • Ilichna Morasky • Ty Dunitz • Eric Overton • Hyein Lee • Franzisca Barczyk
Opening Reception June 1st, 2011, 7-11PMExhibiting June 1st - July 2nd, 2011
We heard the news. Scientists finally produced mysterious antimatter atoms for the first time. We don’t know what it means, but we know that the future is here. We live in a science fiction world, the world our previous generation hadn’t even dreamed of. We converse with people on the other continents face-to-face using video chat, watch movies on our cellphones and tweet our daily routine to everybody. How does it feel like to be living and depending on high technology? What would tomorrow bring?
“Smiling Antimatter” is a mixed media painting exhibition. Each artist captures the anxiety underlying the experience of living in a science fiction-like society with humour and carnivalesque grotesqueness.