- Ted Feighan
In conjunction with the Echo Park Rising music festival, Subliminal Projects is pleased to present OVERGROWN, a pop-up art installation and musical event featuring new works by Ted Feighan and a musical performance by Monster Rally.
Feighan’s visual work is primarily based in found paper collage and explores vintage tropical-inspired themes. Feighan’s exotica inspired, sampled-based music project Monster Rally, complement his aesthetic, and combined these two mediums serve as a portal to a classic paradisiacal environment that is simultaneously familiar and completely new.
He has exhibited his artwork across the country and has collaborated with brands including The Standard Hotel, Toyota, The Family Acid, Urban Outfitters, SeaVees, Soludos, and more. As the curator of Monster Rally, he has released seven full-length albums since 2010. His newest album, “Adventures on the Floating Island,” releases on September 20th via Gold Robot Records. Feighan is also the founder and creative director of Valley Cruise, an art and design-centric lifestyle brand founded in Los Angeles. During the course of the exhibition, Valley Cruise will be taking over the Subliminal store for a one-week pop-up featuring their art-focused accessories, apparel, and home goods.
Listen to Monster Rally’s latest single Menagerie here.
ABOUT TED FEIGHAN
Ted Feighan is a Cleveland born and raised visual and musical artist. He graduated with degrees in printmaking and design from The Ohio State University. Ted creates music under the alias Monster Rally as well as showcases his own art in shops and galleries around the country.
ABOUT SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS
“The driving principle of Subliminal Projects is that art should be accessible to everyone and that art can come from many different perspectives and cultural niches. Good art is good art, whether it’s done on an album cover, a skateboard, canvas, or found cardboard.” – Shepard Fairey
Subliminal Projects is a multi-functional project space and gallery established by Shepard Fairey and Blaize Blouin in 1995 as a way to introduce skateboard culture and design to the art world. The concept grew and found roots later in Los Angeles, at a time when many artists found themselves shut out by the “art scene.” Subliminal Projects emerged as a gallery that championed emerging and marginalized artists, built out of cultural importance to serve as a center for the community to openly express and spark dialogue about art, music and activism. Now located in the historic neighborhood of Echo Park, Subliminal Projects continues to offer a platform for artistic exploration and innovation.
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