Dr. Sketchy presents: A Midsummer's Night Sketch
Featuring Phat Man Dee!
July 20th, 8pm-11pm at Gypsy Cafe on the South Side
Ah the great bard would be proud. Provided he was an artist who drank a lot and drew scantily clad fairies.
Join us for Drinking, Drawing, Dames and Games as Dr. Sketchy Takes on Shakespeare's Midsummer masterpiece!
This month will feature special guest performer/model Phat Man Dee. Your chance to sketch a true Pittsburgh icon.
Mel Practice, Dollface Dani and introducing our newest model Rachel Weichbrodt!
Artists and photographers are welcome, however photographers will have specific poses to shoot to allow for the
artists to sketch without distraction.
As always must be 18 to attend and 21 to drink.
www.drsketchypgh.com for more information.
Tickets only 10 dollars online, 12 dollars at the door.
Students enter code aip for discount tickets.
To buy tickets visit http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/71996
Sponsored by Boyd and Blair Vodka, Gypsy Cafe, and Baby Tattoo Books.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
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Monday, June 15, 2009
Molly Crabapple, our beloved muse, inspiration, and goddess of all things Sketchy has a wonderful new book coming out! You must check this out!
Preorder it now on Amazon.com!
On July 8th, Fugu Press will release “Scarlett Takes Manhattan,” the first graphic novel by Dr. Sketchy’s creator Molly Crabapple and her longtime collaborator John Leavitt. Set in the demimonde of Gilded Age New York, “Scarlett Takes Manhattan” tells the story of poor Bowery girl Shifra Helfgott, who rises to become the premier fire-eater of her age.
Chock full of rigged boxing matches, dirty politics, and turn of the century lesbian culture, “Scarlett” has been described as “disgustingly wonderful” by Warren Ellis and led Margaret Cho to call Molly “THE artist of our time.”
Posted by Dr. Sketchy Pittsburgh at 7:08 AM
Sunday, June 7, 2009
DR. Sketchy Pittsburgh wins the Work of Art Award!
We won! I still can't believe it! That's right Dr. Sketchy Pittsburgh is considered the best arts and business collaboration in Pittsburgh!
Thanks to all our models, art monkeys, sponsors and most of all Gypsy Cafe!
Posted by Dr. Sketchy Pittsburgh at 4:04 PM