Stikman in the house… and out

Stikman ... in the house (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman … in the house (photo by Luna Park)

I don’t get down to my former hometown of Philadelphia nearly often enough, so I jumped at the opportunity to take in Stikman’s … in the house solo show, organized by Vandalog’s RJ Rushmore and hosted by the city’s Mural Arts Program. The show of diverse works, hung in the eclectic style the Barnes Foundation, is a perfect fit for the Mural Art’s colorful offices in the historic Thomas Eakins House. The show has been extended til November 16th and is viewable at 1727-29 Mt. Vernon Street during regular weekday office hours (or by appointment). Stikman is graciously donating the proceeds of all sales to Mural Arts.

Stikman ... in the house (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman … in the house (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman ... in the house (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman … in the house (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman … in the house (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman ... in the house (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman … in the house (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman ... in the house (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman … in the house (photo by Luna Park)
(photo by Luna Park)
Stikman … in the house (photo by Luna Park)

If you can’t make it to Mural Arts by the end of this week, you can always head out and look for Stikmen in the wild … no appointments necessary.

Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)
Stikman (photo by Luna Park)