Wolverine by John Bolton
Japanese poster for Mad Max (George Miller, 1980)
Joshua Budich “Otaku Obscura”
10/4/14 – 10/24/14
Spoke Art is proud to present the debut solo show of Maryland-based print artist Joshua Budich. Entitled Otaku Obscura the exhibit is a colossal tribute to the some of the greatest Japanese animated films of all time. Working within the constraints of six notable titles: Akira, My Neighbor Totoro, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Ghost in the Shell, Princess Mononoke, and Cowboy Bebop, Budich has managed to create a wide ranging and inspired homage to the diverse history of the medium.
Learn more about our next exhibit on our website:
Fathers, be good to your daughters.
Some beautiful illustrations by Darwyn Cooke for Parker prose versions.
Strange Tales vol. 2 covers by Kevin Nowlan, published by Marvel Comics, 1987-1988.
Kaneda by Tonci Zonjic
Batgirl by Marcos Martin
“We all of us bear a touch of darkness, just as surely as we bear light. Much as with the twin sets of Crystals. And the darkened underworld that rests beneath your planet’s brighter surface. But as long as there is darkness, so will there always be light.”