Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Curio & Co. Art show at Olschinsky Art Store

No Posting for a while on this blog?

I know, I know, I'm not Superman and I don't pretend to be.  I just can't keep up with all of the social media channels.  But believe me I've been busy since the last post, and I'll try to catch up with the news of the past couple of months the best I can in the next weeks or so.

For now though here's a bit of news

The Curio & Co. – Let's Play – Art show

Atelier Olschinsky Art Store
Esterhazygasse 11
1060 Vienna, Austria

September 15 - October 17, 2015

Tuesday, September 15, 2015 at 7:00pm

Curio & Co. Let's Play - Art show at Atelier Olschisky Art Store - 15 September - 17 October, 2015 (Designer and illustrator Cesare Asaro with writer Kirstie Shepherd - Curio and Co. OG -

Curio & Co. Let's Play - 15 September - 17 October, 2015 - Opening Tuesday Sep. 15 at 19:00 (Designer and illustrator Cesare Asaro with writer Kirstie Shepherd - Curio and Co. OG -

We've been telling people about this upcoming show that Curio & Co. will be having for a while without an official announcement.  The priority had to be finishing our Tarot of Musterberg deck first, since the show was originally intending to only feature the card but, it got BIGGER ;) A part of the show will deal with a small retrospective of what Curio & Co. has been creating for the past 6 year, and how we play with pop culture.

Curio & Co. - Let's Play
A fictional universe: From comic books to vintage advertisements, Curio & Co. creates memories from an alternate history to play with the power of nostalgia. While bringing a sense of whimsy to every project, Curio & Co. grounds each artifact with details from reality to bring their make-believe world to life. This intricate game of “What if?” continues with their latest project, the Tarot of Musterberg, as they deal up fun and fantasy and suggest: Let’s play!

We spend so much time cooped up in the studio working on so many different projects that we are really looking forward to the chance of seeing our fans in person.

I should add add – a ward of thanks to ​Verena Weiss and Peter Olschinsky​ for giving us the opportunity to exhibit at their gallery.