The Shooting Gallery is pleased to present Manos Extrañas, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based design team, Morning Breath. For this new body of work, Morning Breath’s Doug Cunningham and Jason Noto have created a series of images that deconstruct and reinterpret vintage lo-fi advertisements.The exhibit will be comprised of about 15-20 medium to large paintings and silkscreens on wood panel. The opening reception for Manos Extrañas will be held at The Shooting Gallery on Saturday, December 11, 2010. The exhibit will be on display through January 1, 2011 and is free and open to the public.
Doug Cunngingham and Jason Noto started working together in the 1990s at THINK skateboards in San Francisco. In 2002, Cunningham and Noto formalized their partnership with the creation of Morning Breath, a creative studio located in Brooklyn. Since then, their collaborations have grown beyond skateboard graphics to include music packaging, apparel, poster design and more. Their commercial clients include Universal Music Group (Interscope, Def Jam), Sony, Lipton,Vans and Zoo York to name a few. Morning Breath has also shown their personal work nationally at Fifty24PDX and ADHOC in Brooklyn, and participated in many group shows. In 2006 their first book was published: The Early Bird –The Art and Design of Morning Breath. This will be their first show with The Shooting Gallery.
Interview with Jason Noto and Doug Cunningham of Morning Breath
Interview with Justin Giarla, Curator
What: Manos Extrañas: New Works by Morning Breath
When: Open Reception: Saturday, December 11, 2010 7-11pm
Exhibition runs through: Saturday, January 1, 2010
Where: The Shooting Gallery
839 Larkin St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
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