Projects

Art Dump x Oakley In-Residence: The Studio

7763 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, California

April 23th – April 30th, 2015

Oakley has teamed up with Girl Skateboards’ Art Dump to celebrate eight seminal Los Angeles skate spots. Inspired by legendary tricks, architectural nuances and the surrounding neighborhoods, each iconic skate spots’ details were deconstructed and reinterpreted through the Art Dump’s diverse group of contributing artists and designers. Participating Art Dumpers include: Eric Anthony, Jeremy Carnahan, Carlos M Gutierrez, Nate Hooper, Andy Jenkins, Andy Mueller, Chris Waycott, Nick Zegel.

Watch the Video Re-Cap


20 Years of Chocolate Skateboards

Los Angeles – Denver – NYC

August 2014

Chocolate Skateboards turned 20 this year and to celebrate, they jumped into the archives to put together a traveling art show that features the brand’s greatest board graphics and much more. The 20th anniversary art show made its way from LA to Colorado and NYC.

Watch the 20 year re-cap video!


20 Years of Girl Skateboards

Known Gallery – Los Angeles, California

August 2013

Co-Curated and contributed to the 20th anniversary Girl Skateboards art show celebrating the people and art from the first 20 years. This was a traveling exhibition opening in Los Angeles on the actual day of the 20th anniversary. For the show I created a series of fully functional USB powered “OG” Girl dolls and an edition of silk screened prints for sale at the openings. After opening in Los Angeles the show traveled to Vancouver, Boston, and Kansas City.


The Art Dump presents: Clocked In

THIS Gallery – Los Angeles, California 90042

April 6th, 2012 7-11PM

Re-Envisioning Cubicles. A group show by The Art Dump at THIS Gallery featuring Eric Anthony Hershel Baltrotsky, Michael Coleman, Andy Jenkins, Christian Morin, Andy Mueller, Chris Waycott.


MAKE THE LOGO WOODEN

LittleBird GALLERY LOS ANGELES, California

April 25th – April 30th, 2009

The group show entitled Make The Logo Wooden will feature collaborative and individually created Wooden OG’s as well as other works by members of The Art Dump which include: Andy Jenkins, Andy Mueller, Christian Morin, Chris Waycott, Eric Anthony, Jeremy Carnahan, Hershel Baltrotsky, Jordan Mitchell, and Michael Coleman.


GOOD TO FTC YOU

FTC, SAN FRANCISCO, California

Feb 8th-Feb 29th, 2008

A group effort brought to you by FTC Skateboarding and The Fourstar Clothing Company. Artwork by: Brian Anderson, Mark Gonzales, Max Schaaf, Nick Jensen, Eric Anthony, Hershel Baltrotsky, Michael Coleman, Evan Hecox, Andy Jenkins, Andy Mueller, Jordan Mitchell, Christian Morin, Chris Waycott.


THE ART DUMP VS MASS APPEAL

THE SHOWROOM New York, NY

August 23, 2007

The Art Dump and Mass Appeal group art show.


TAKING TURNS

MONSTER CHILDREN GALLERY, SYDNEY AUSTRALIA

January 11-28, 2007

Tony Larson, Andy Jenkins and Andy Mueller exhibit a collection of both small and large format mono-prints, plus a set of hands-on collaborative works.


MONO-POLY

FOUNDATION PROJECTS, Chicago, IL

July 28-30th, 2006

Collaborative silkscreen and 8550 mono-prints by Andy Jenkins, Andy Mueller, Tony Larson, Michael Coleman, Eric Anthony, Jeremy Carnahan, Misato Suzuki, Chris Waycott and Christian Morin.


WHO CHAIRS?

Part 1, Los Angeles – Sep. 7th 2005

Part 2, Anti Social, Vancouver BC – Sep. 24th 2005

Part 3, Active, Burbank – Nov. 22nd 2005

Fourstar invited 8 of their favorite artists to create work on chairs intended for point of sale display.


PIECES OF SHEET

The Lab 101 Gallery – Culver City, California

September 17th – October 17th, 2005

Individual works created from pieces of the original Pedro Sideways mural.


GREY RAINBOW

AntiSocial, Vancouver BC

March 18th 2005

Featured painted wooden OG dolls


YOU ARE HERE

Orange County Museum of Art’s Orange Lounge, Orange California

February, 2005

A satellite show to the popular Beautiful Losers Exhibition at the Orange County Museum of Art.


WHAT LOGO?

The Artery – Melbourne Australia – September 25th, 2004

MONSTER CHILDREN – Sydney, Australia – October 1st, 2004

Featured painted wooden OG dolls


PEDRO SIDEWAYS

Walled City – San Pedro, California

October 18th – November 22nd, 2003

Working together, the Art Dump created a 8′ x 32′ mural installation. Contributing artists all featured personal work. Proceeds went to the San Pedro Skatepark Association.


THE WOULD SHOW

Three Gallery, San Pedro California

2001

Featured painted wooden OG dolls


THIS IS THE FLOW

Middleburg, The Netherlands

June 19th – August 12th, 2001

A first-of-its-kind project exploring the ideas of form, commodity, creativity, space, and imagination as it exists in the world of skateboarding.