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Macho Mouse

"This is Mickey's south of the border cousin. He might have done some time. Don't tell uncle Walt!"
(this painting is also the cover to the Border Bang art book)

10 x 13.5 in. (25.4 x 34.29 cm)

Exclusive fine art wood print on 1/2" sustainable Birch, bright white finish hand signed and numbered by Jorge Gutierrez.

A special release in collaboration with Space Gallery and CalArts in conjunction with "Spatial Reality: Artists Explore the Future of XR". A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this print will benefit CalArts.

*This is a limited edition timed release ending Sunday, October 28th at midnight, 12am PST.

Add a black custom frame for $30, learn more about our frames here.

Because each print is hand signed and numbered by Jorge Gutierrez, the prints will ship in approximately 3-4 weeks, EST. November 15th.

More about the exhibit:

Space Gallery presents Spatial Reality: Artists Explore the Future of XR

Special CalArts closing event, Sunday, October 28, 12-6pm. Exhibit with talk featuring Jorge Gutierrez '99, '00 (Son of Jaguar), Theresa Latzko '15 (Sonaria), and Google Spotlight Stories, moderated by Michael Scroggins '75, '87 (Faculty, Film/Video) from 2-4pm. Michael Scroggins will perform a demo of his VR animation instrument Anaphorium from 4-5pm. General admission: free; RSVP required. VIP tickets also available. space is a non-profit project organized to benefit CalArts and other nonprofits.

For more info: www.space.ayzenberg.com.

Availability: Sold Out


About Jorge Gutierrez

Jorge Gutierrez

Jorge R. Gutierrez is a Mexican animator, painter, writer & director who, along with his wife and muse Sandra Equihua, created the multiple Annie & Emmy Award winning animated television series El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera for Nickelodeon.

Born in Mexico City and raised in Tijuana, ...

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