rotofugi gallery


Triple Threat

New Works by Mac Blackout, Mosher & Daniel Wilson
January 5-27, 2019


Click on images to enlarge / view slideshow. Sizes given are in inches and do not include framing (if framed).

1
Ramblabom
Mac Blackout
Acrylic on Canvas
14 x 14
Sold

2
BoBo Nervous
Mac Blackout
Acrylic on Canvas
16 x 20

3
The Big Sneeze
Mac Blackout
Collage and Ink on Paper
9 x 12

4
Bleep! Leep! Poof!
Mac Blackout
Acrylic & Enamel on Plexiglass (Reverse Painted)
16 x 20

5
Biff! Bang! Pow!
Mac Blackout
Acrylic & Enamel on Plexiglass (Reverse Painted)
16 x 20

6
BB098
Mac Blackout
Enamel on Boom Box
17 x 5.25 x 3.25

7
BB101
Mac Blackout
Enamel on Boom Box
20 x 6.25 x 4.5

8
My Shadow
Mac Blackout
Collage and Ink on Paper
6.5 x 8.5

9
Porcelain Painted Dream
Mac Blackout
Acrylic on Canvas
30 x 40

10
Soulmates
Mac Blackout
Acrylic on Canvas
36 x 36

11
The Parade
Mac Blackout
Acrylic & Enamel on Plexiglass (Reverse Painted)
16 x 20

12
Random Man Print 1
Mac Blackout
Risograph on Paper - Edition of 25
7.5 x 14.5

13
Random Man Print 2
Mac Blackout
Risograph on Paper - Edition of 25
7.5 x 14.5

14
Random Man Print 3
Mac Blackout
Risograph on Paper - Edition of 25
7.5 x 14.5

15
Random Man Book
Mac Blackout
Risograph Book on Paper - Edition of 80
6 x 11.5

16
Mai Tai Gorilla
Mosher
Acrylic on Printed Paper
18 x 24
$350
Available

17
Lost in the Moment
Mosher
Acrylic on Printed Paper/Collage
12 x 16
$250
Available

18
Untitled
Mosher
Screenprint on Paper — Open Edition
8 x 10
Sold

19
Untitled
Mosher
Screenprint on Paper — Open Edition
8 x 10
Sold

20
Untitled
Mosher
Screenprint on Paper — Open Edition
8 x 10
Sold

21
Our Sun’s Family
Mosher
Acrylic on Printed Paper
16 x 20
$300
Available

22
We Don’t Work Here
Mosher
Acrylic on Printed Paper/Collage
24 x 18
Sold

23
For Everyone To Hear
Mosher
Acrylic on Canvas
16 x 20
$350
Available

24
Everywhere is a Crosswalk
Mosher
Acrylic on Canvas
16 x 20
$350
Available

25
No Potable Water
Mosher
Acrylic on Aluminum Sign
18 x 24
Sold

26
Not An Exit
Mosher
Acrylic on Aluminum Sign
14 x 10
Sold

27
T-Rex
Mosher
Acrylic on Aluminum Sign
18 x 18
Sold

28
Triceratops
Mosher
Acrylic on Aluminum Sign
18 x 18
Sold

29
Dinosaur Knee
Mosher
Acrylic on Printed Paper/Collage
9 x 19.5
Sold

30
Take Out 2
Daniel Wilson
Acrylic on Paper Bag
11.75 x 17.75
Sold

31
Borneo
Daniel Wilson
Acrylic, Aerosol & Ink on Canvas
16 x 20
$500
Available

32
Colony
Daniel Wilson
Acrylic, Aerosol & Ink on Canvas
9 x 12
Sold

33
Opportunity Zones
Daniel Wilson
Acrylic, Aerosol & Ink on Canvas
16 x 20
$500
Available

34
Nomad
Daniel Wilson
Acrylic, Aerosol & Ink on Canvas
16 x 20
$500
Available

35
Contra
Daniel Wilson
Acrylic, Aerosol & Ink on Canvas
16 x 20
$500
Available

36
Red
Daniel Wilson
Acrylic, Aerosol & Ink on Canvas
12 x 16
Sold

37
Free Money
Daniel Wilson
Acrylic, Aerosol & Ink on Canvas
16 x 20
Sold

38
Take Out 1
Daniel Wilson
Acrylic on Paper Bag
11.75 x 17.75
Sold

About the Artists

Mac Blackout (born Mark Dunihue McKenzie on June 17, 1977) is an American visual artist and musician from Chicago, Illinois. The founding member of The Functional Blackouts, Daily Void, Mickey, New Rose Alliance and MBB (Mac Blackout Band), he's also known as a prolific solo recording artist. His projects have been released by Sacred Bones, HoZac, FDH, Pelican Pow Wow and many other prominent independent record labels. These genre defying recordings range from lo fi noise punk to catchy glam rockers.

Mac was born in Bedford, Indiana, later attending college at the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis, Indiana where he graduated with a BFA in 1999. During his high school and college years he became a well known graffiti artist in the midwest underground. In 1999 he moved to Chicago, Illinois channeling his creative energies into music and the music related art of posters and album covers. From 2000 to present day he has formed several bands releasing more than 10 full length albums as well as a slew of singles in which he has designed many of the covers. He continues to create music in solo and various group multi media recording projects. Mac is currently a freelance illustrator, muralist, and fine artist creating album covers, posters, drawings, prints, paintings, murals, and mixed media sculptures.

Mosher is a Chicago based street artist/muralist responsible for numerous murals around the city including locations such as Soho House, Big & Littles, Doejo, Intelligencia, Threadless, and the Mega Mall. His trademark monkey character and vivid, comic book like painting style have become an iconic part of the burgeoning Chicago mural scene. His work can be found in numerous cities including New York, Colorado, St. Louis, Miami and St. Petersburg.

Daniel Wilson is a fine artist and photographer from Cambridge, UK currently living and working in Chicago. Wilson’s multimedia approach includes a diverse mix of acrylic, pen, pencil, spray paint, vintage images and the artist’s own photography.

His layered pieces aim to expose the hidden fabric behind the reality of the human condition, exploring the interrelational web of thoughts, feelings, atoms and energy waves that create our universe. His artwork often centers around the representation of human emotions, emphasizing the shared aspects of humanity that outweigh what divides us.

Attracted to street art’s democratic nature, Wilson crafts artwork specifically for the urban environment and has executed several popular murals, including recent commissions for the Violet Hour and the Chicago B_Line.


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