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Toys Kill Exhibition Artists Announce Burlesque Entertainment and Sponsors
A Portion of Justice's Sales Proceeds will Benefit The Children of the Night Foundation
Also Featured, Legendary Toy Designer, Jim Koch
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Los Angeles, CA (September 25, 2007) – Internationally renowned - and wickedly irreverent - photographer, Justice Howard, along with the eccentric and outlandish graphic and toy designer, the legendary Jim Koch, proudly announce the addition of burlesque entertainment to their photography and art exhibition, Toys Kill. The scintillating, seductive and sensual Victoria Vengeance and Diamondback Annie will be performing for the throngs of Toys Kill art aficionados in attendance at Meltdown Comics, 7522 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, California, October 6, 2006, with an artist reception from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Oh… yea… Admission is FREE. The exhibition will run through to October 31, 2007.
Victoria Vengeance (myspace.com/xxxvengeancexxx) is an LA-based burlesque performer who'll be taking her act on the road nationally in 2008, after performing to standing room-only bedazzled crowds at the leading Hollywood haunts, including The Hollywood Derby, The Broadway Bar, The Gig, and The Key Club, to name a few. Victoria will “steal your heart and eat your brains,” which sounds like an incredibly amazing and promising performance climax from this raven-haired beauty. The gender bending Diamondback Annie (myspace.com/diamondbackannie), is all Sex, Drag and Rock and Roll and sights her burlesque influences as classic Chevy muscle cars meet Pulp Pin-Up. Her gender-bending gyrations sets your mind a-whirl as this burnin' hunk of love sets the stage ablaze with sizzling overblown, karate-choppin', star spangled glory performances. In addition, Coffin Cases, a leading manufacturer of guitar cases designed to resemble coffins has joined as an event sponsor. (coffincase.com)
Artistically articulate, Justice Howard (www.justicehoward.com) specializes in exotically erotic photography with an edge. While being evocative, and often confronting, Justice Howard's work has always been precocious and has attained greatness parallel to Herb Ritts, Helmut Newton, Robert Mapplethorpe and Annie Liebowitz. If you've ever flipped through a copy of Maxim, Blender, Cosmo, Details, Jane, Playboy, Revolver, Easy Rider, and even Newsweek, you've surely seen the work of Justice Howard – a lot. Justice Howard has worked with an enviable list of entertainment industry royalty, including, Marilyn Mansion, Siegfried and Roy, Dave Navarro, Waylon Jennings, Rich Little, Billy Idol, Dick Dale, Blue Man Groups, Mamie Van Doren, Penthouse Pets and others.
Constantly in demand by celebrity clients for her unencumbered collaborative vision to capture her subjects true and inspired self in photographic form, Justice Howard has worked with an enviable list of entertainment industry royalty, including, Marilyn Mansion, Siegfried and Roy, Dave Navarro, Waylon Jennings, Rich Little, Billy Idol, Dick Dale, Blue Man Groups, Mamie Van Doren, Penthouse Pets and others.
Jim Koch (www.jimkoch.com), an irreverent, esoteric and eccentric rock and roll poster and motor sports artist, and an over-the-top toy designer, whose work blends retro 50/60's bug-eyed monster drag racer cartoon imagery with present day skate punk meets biker, slacker, greaser, and motor-head.A portion of the Justice Howard's sales proceeds will benefit The Children of the Night, a private, non-profit, tax-exempt organization founded in 1979 dedicated to rescuing girls and boys from prostitution and the domination of vicious pimps. (www.childrenofthenight.org)
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Where: Meltdown Comics, 7522 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, California. www.meltcomics.com
When: Artist Reception: October 6, 2006, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Cost: Admission is FREE.
Duration: October 6, 2007 – October 31, 2007
For more info about the Children of the Night Organization: www.childrenofthenight.org