From the GR2 website: (Click the link for images of the postcard for the show as well)
Giant Robot is proud to present drawings, sketches, and other personal, unpublished works by John Pham, Martin Cendreda, and Ron Rege at the GR2 gallery.
John Pham entered the indie comics scene when he won a Xeric Foundation grant to publish the first issue of Epoxy. Since then, his well-designed, manga-influenced comic magazine has gained recognition from such diverse media as XLR8R, Publishers Weekly, and The Face. After being forced by a Canadian design company to change Epoxy's name, Pham has produced mini-comics, zines, a sketchbook, and 1-Up magazine under the Substitute Life banner, as well as provided illustrations for numerous CDs and posters.
Martin Cendreda has worked on Comedy Central's South Park TV show and movie, but is most proud of his Zurik Robot and Dang! mini-comics. Beginning with cute-yet-melancholy one-panel gags, his work has evolved into longer forms of storytelling that maintain his spontaneous style and dark humor. He made the jump from self-published, stapled-and-folded pieces to the indie comics elite when Top Shelf published a collection of his strips in 2004. In addition to his solo work, Cendreda has contributed to indie-comics anthologies including Project: Superior, Hi-Horse Omnibus, and Study Group 12, as well as magazines such as Dazed and Confused and Giant Robot.
For more than 10 years, Ron Rege has been making "little art books" that showcase his kaleidoscopic and instantly recognizable style of line-drawing. In addition to making narrative works such as Boys, Skibber Bee-Bye, and the Dum-Dum Posse Reader, he has contributed to the New York Times, Canada's National Post, and Giant Robot. Most recently, his art was turned into collectible figures for Tylenol's "Ouch!" campaign. Rege has also been in a number of rock groups, including the Lavender Diamond Band.
Added by Wetzel on May 20, 2005