Stormtrooper Burger


To celebrate Star Wars Day on May 4th, 2013, Star Wars teamed up with Neff Headwear for an art gallery of customized Stormtrooper mini helmets. Artist Jackie Ma created this hamburger themed helmet creation – “Trooper Trooper w/ Cheese, Vader Taters, R2D2 Sweet Tea”. This all the customized helmets were really cool and hopefully photos of all will be online for those who missed out on the display, which only occurred for three days at the Robert Vargas Gallery in DTLA.

[Photos by Sebastian Bleak]

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All You Can Eat Art Exhibit


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My friend Jeff C. of Monrovia sent in this info on graffiti artist Tilt’s exhibition entitled “All You Can Eat”, featuring this cheeseburger image. Does Tilt have other burger related artwork in the exhibit as well? Check it out at the Fabien Castanier Gallery, now through Feb 17th, 2013.

[Image: Fabien Castanier Gallery/Tilt]

Burger Art from “Fat & Furious Burger”


Check out these great Burger Artwork/Photographs from the website http://fatandfuriousburger.com

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[Images: Fat & Furious Burger]

Hamburger Eating the Rainforest Art Piece


Created by Dean Johnston for the HFIA Woodshow. Some info on the show:

The Hawaii WoodShow is our flag ship, showcasing the best in art and artifacts made from local forest products. This is a Gallery of picture of the award winning pieces in our past shows. The pictures are taken by ©Hal Lum, photographer, if not noted otherwise.

Juried by a panel of locally- and nationally-known artists and design professionals, the HFIA WoodShow, Na La‘au o Hawai‘i, highlights the best in Hawai’i woodworking.

http://www.hawaiiforest.org/woodshow/woodshow93.html

[Image: Hawaii Forest]

WAKE Art Show for Dia De Los Muertos


This is not Hamburger related, but if you are in the Los Angeles area, come check out “WAKE” at Space Luna this Friday Oct. 28th, featuring artwork by myself as well as other talented artist such as Freehand Profit and Sebastian Bleak.

Los Angeles, CA 10/28/2011 — spaceLUNA presents WAKE: our dia de los muertos show on Friday, October 28, 2011 at 2404 Wilshire Blvd Suite 1B, Los Angeles, CA 90057 (the American Cement Building) from 8pm-MIDNIGHT. The show features over a dozen local LA artists and 1 bay area contributor. Paintings, sculptures, photographs, light installations, and diorama pieces are shown in the 850 sq/ft gallery and the outside 300 sq/ft cage.

Cement Studios (www.cementstudio.net), also located in the American Cement Building on the 11th floor, hosts pieces by Carrie Maseredjian and Ramichael Monsod. Hourly tours will be available during WAKE.

La Fonda (www.lafondasupperclub.com) and The Superslice (www.thesuperslice.com) are WAKE’s official sponsors. La Fonda hosts the after-party. Attendees of WAKE will receive free admission to La Fonda.

 

 

Bonus Burger365 – Chewbacca


Here’s another burger that I created for Star Wars Remix.  In hindsight, I should have used a Boca Burger patty to create “Chew-Boca”. Oh well…

Once again, make sure you check out Star Wars Remix every Tuesday and Thursday, as they reveal the latest creations. Submit your own piece as well! ([])

New to the site? I created 365 other pieces of burger artwork as well.

Bonus Burger365 – Star Wars Jawas


Have you seen Star Wars Remix yet? This website celebrates the Star Wars universe by featuring non traditional “artwork”, similar to some of the things I was doing for Burger365. Anyone can submit a Star Wars themed piece by “remixing”  the world around them.

I was honored when Skull-A-Day‘s Noah Scalin asked me to submit a few pieces as part of the Star Wars Remix launch.  Of course I had to create some Bonus Burger365 pieces and came up with these “Jawa Burgers”.

Make sure you check out Star Wars Remix every Tuesday and Thursday, as they reveal the latest creations. You can also submit your own piece as well! ([])

(It’s not a burger, but I also created this Twist TIE Fighter for the site, which was inspired by the Twisty Ties Burger.)