NOTSTOCK is head-over-heels to have Mark Brickey of Hero Design as its guest. Hero is a multidisciplinary design studio dedicated to producing hand-crafted illustration and design, run by Long Beach, CA-based husband and wife team, Beth Manos and Mark Brickey. Formed in 2003, Hero focuses primarily on design and illustration for the music industry and c
Hero’s innovative screen prints have
been featured in magazines such as HOW,
Print, and SPIN, and design publications including Gigposters Volume 1:
Rock Show Art of the 21st Century (Quirk Books), 1000 Garment Graphics
(Rockport Publishers), and Naive: Modernism and Folklore in Contemporary
Graphic Design (Gestalten Verlag). Their work has been exhibited in
various museums and galleries including Museum of Design Atlanta,
Gallery 1988 (LA), and Crewest Gallery (LA).
Mark will give a presentation of his work on Friday (Sept. 13) at noon in Aleshire Theatre, Hartnett Hall.
Mark will also screen print live all day Thursday through Saturday (Sept. 12-14) in the Beaver Dam in the Student Center.
His work will be for sale at the event and on display at 62 Doors Gallery & Studios, downtown Minot, where the NOTSTOCK closing
reception will be held Saturday (Sept. 14) at 7 p.m.
Free and open to the public.