A Nerd’s Menagerie: Drawn To Be Bad

The East End Gallery in Houston has a great exhibit showcasing villains! The opening featured nerdy vendors, some tunes, music and portraits of baddies showing why they’re so Drawn to be Bad!Check out some of my favorites below!

Artist Blue One Thirty
Harley’s Sad Song

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David J. Anderson
Robin Fillet
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Efren Mendez
Harley & CatwomanIMG_4347

Alfredo Zavala
Rock Steady & BeBopIMG_4348

Josie Gonzalez
Narf, Genius & Uncle ScarIMG_4349

Mimi Bernal
The MisfitsIMG_4350

Mavrek
Pimp of EterniaIMG_4351

A Disney array by Josie GonzalezIMG_4353

Erik Martinez
MaleficentIMG_4358

Meighan Gladden, who we’ve featured before had a glamorous Ursula piece!IMG_4355
My personal favorite is See Evil, Speak Evil, Hear Evil by Kaitlin Thompson.IMG_4354


Below are a few of the vendors present.
IMG_4359Sarah Suicidal Fashion, Jewelry & Southside Oddities
Bombshells and Brawlers from Blue One Thirty
The lovely Amanda from All Sewn Up was present again.
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If you get a chance to visit the gallery, do so and support local artists! Also please support the local vendors and visit and purchase their nerdy wares!

Enjoy Nerds!
~R
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4 thoughts on “A Nerd’s Menagerie: Drawn To Be Bad

  1. Blue One Thirty says:

    I am so happy you enjoyed not only my show but my art! We couldn’t have done it without the talent of all of the amazing artists that participated and volunteers who helped pull the show together! Thank you so much for this lovely write up and for showing us love and support at EESG !!! Xoxoxo -Blue 130

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    • vRONIs says:

      Love everything that has been going on at EESG and the integration of nerd culture into the shows! We also mention the show in an interview which will be released Weds. 🙂

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  2. Mimi Bernal says:

    awesome! Appreciate East End letting show my art work at the gallery. I enjoy their art events!
    Thanks also to Nerdy Curiosities for posting this article and a great picture of my work “the Misfits”.

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