Is this an art exhibition of #SethRogen nudes?

Is this an art exhibition of Seth Rogen nudes? Paper & Strings alt.culture maven, the photographer Henny Garfunkel, recentlyvisitedPrinted Matter and was blown away by the simplegraphite drawings by Christopher Shulz. Heres what she had to say: "These are not pinups of Joe Dallesandro!!!!! Known for his booklets/zine Pin Ups, Schulzs series focuses on one man, SETH. Is this series Seth Rogen, or a Seth Rogen lookalike? No matter, these wonderfully rendered drawings of a nude, chubby man in playful positions brought out the bear-lover in me. Im not gay and Im not a man, but theres something warm and cuddly about these drawings that brought a smile to my face. Hey, any art show that brings a smile is welcome." Original drawings, $200. Seth booklet, $10. PIN UPS zine, $14


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Printed Matter
195 10th Ave., New York, NY 10011
Tues-Wed, 11am-6pm; Thurs-Sat, 11am-7pm

Do not enter unless you want to spend time... and money.

What: There is no other store like Printed Matter. A non-profit dedicated to books by artists (not about artists-think about it) Printed Matter has also has original zines, T-shirts, limited edition monographs, flip books, hand made oddities by big and small names alike, rare and out-out-print books, and works on the printed page that will please both collectors and the curious.

Tip: If you are looking for a particular, obscure title, search the PM online database, which is updated regularly. But always stop into the store. You'll never fail to be delighted and surprised at what you find.

Factoid: Started by Sol LeWitt, Carl Andre, Edit DeAk, and other art world heavyweights in the 1970s, Printed Matter also consults to artists and libraries. It also originated the annual NY Art Book Fair as a way of keeping NYC at the bull's eye of the art book-publishing scene.

-Joe Dolce


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