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New For Crime on Canvas Exhibition Life Is Beautiful Music Festival


Re-Post: September 23

Camilla is excited to reveal her brand new contribution for Hi-Fructose x Zappos “Crime on Canvas” exhibition 2016 hosted by M Modern Gallery at Life Is Beautiful Music Festival Las Vegas.  Featuring an all-star lineup of artists, this exhibition is visible during the Life is Beautiful Music Festival September 23-25. Fans in the Las Vegas area are welcome to check out the original artwork, and framed print reproduction offerings.

Participating artists include:

Adam Labuen, Adam Wallacavage, Alex “EaseOne” Pesante, Amy Sol, Amanda Erlinger, Amanda Visell, Andrew Hem, Andrew Schoultz, Annie Owens, Anthony Ausgang, Bob Dob, Bosko Hrnjak, Brad Woodfin, Brandi Milne, Brandon Boyd, Brian M. Viveros, Buff Monster, Bwana Spoons, Camilla D’Errico, Camille Rose Garcia, Casey Weldon, Chantal Menard, Chet Zar, Chris Mars, Christine Wu, Colin Christian, Damien Echols, Dan Quintana, Dave Kinsey, David Stoupakis, Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman, Elisabeth Anisimow, Eric Joyner, Erica Flannes, Frances Bean Cobain, Gillean Clark, Giovanni Morales, Glenn Barr, Greg “Craola” Simkins, Gretchen Lewis, Heidi Taillefer, Isabel Samaras, Jaclyn Presant, Jasmine Worth, Jeff Gillette, Jennybird Alcantara, Jeremiah Ketner, Jerry Misko, Jessica Joslin, Jessicka Addams, Joe Ledbetter, Joe Vaux, John Brophy, Josh Keyes, Juan Muniz, Keith Weesner, Kukula, Laurie Hassold,  Lindsey Way, Lori Nelson, Jasmine Becket-Griffith, Lorri Davis, Luke Chueh, Mab Graves, Martin Wittfooth, Matt Dangler, Menton3, Michelle Valigura, Mike Leavitt, Mike Stilkey, Naoto Hattori, Nicomi Nix Turner, Nouar, The Panik Collective, Ray Caesar, Redd Walitzki, Ron English, Ryan Alosio, Scott Hove, Scott Musgrove, Selena Wong, Shag, Shepard Fairey, ThankYouX, Tim Biskup, Trav, Travis Louie, Troy Brooks and Zoey Stevens.

Camilla’s newest painting, “Alveare”,  is available through M Modern Gallery. Please contact M Modern Gallery here for original artwork inquiries.


Camilla contributes a “Rare Print” to Crime on Canvas Exhibition; A signed and numbered Printer Proof 1/1 of “Colibri” is available through M Modern Gallery.



So much news and reviews!

Hi everyone, I’m still battling the most outrageous Comic-Con cold in history. Can you believe it? This year’s con really did me in :P.  I wanted to thank everyone who came out to see me in my spiffy new booth 4920 in the Fantasy Illustrator section of the convention.  Having a 10×10 booth totally rocked!


I had lots of press visits too and need to thank Hi Fructose, Vinyl Pulse, Spanky Stokes, LA Weekly, Wired, and even Toysrevil for posting about Comic-Con.  My signings at Dark Horse, Last Gasp and Image Comics were all tons of fun with lots of fans who came by to say hello – thank you!  And the Buddha launch was a huge success!

(c) spanky stokes

Another couple of really fun things to come out during Comic-Con, but unrelated are the Notcot & Notcouture (thanks Jean!) :


and Tomopop reviews of the Croc-o-Hug shirt.


Finally, this video interview for Electric Playground:


And for anyone who didn’t get their very own Buddha Kuro, he’s now available from the online store and ships from the US. So he’s more affordable than ever!  I’ll get over my nasty cold and be back with more cool news for you very soon. Ciao Ciao! Camilla

Launch Party Coming Up and SDCC

I’m back, crazy as ever with so much planning! In a few days, this Saturday, the Tanpopo Clothing Release Party is going to hit! Everyone who can come, should come to the Ayden in Tinseltown (Vancouver) for this big event. We’ve designed some really funky clothes – got away from ‘just’ tshirts (although there are also tees) and tried something different; dresses for girls, ties for guys, and some hot hot underwear for both!


This here is a sneak peak at one of the tshirts. It has one of the panels from the Tanpopo Vol 1 book, one of my favorite scenes, actually.  This is not photoshop, btw, this is a modeled shot! The print job is fabulous!


I’ll be blogging again throughout the week as I get more pictures from the printers! I am so excited about this. And the crazy weekend leads up to San Diego Comic Con, of course!  This year, for the first time, I have my own table. I won’t be free to roam around, but I’m happy to have a home base. It’ll be easier to find me too!  N11 Small Press.  I do have a few signing events each day, on top of being at the Image booth 1705 to promote Sky Pirates of Neo Terra.  Here’s the schedule:


Thursday 3:00 pm I’m signing at Hi Fructose stand. I’ll have Vol 10s and there will be some special prints by Hi Fructose for people who stop by.  Booth N. 4939. They call the stand chaotic … I can’t wait!


Friday at 12:45 until 2:00 pm I’ll be at the:  CBLDF Master Sessions: “Who Killed Amanda Palmer?” Life Drawing with Camilla D’Errico, David Mack, & Terry Moore—

I can’t get enough of the description … Bring your sketchbook and witness how illustrative masters Camilla D’Errico, David Mack, and Terry Moore draw from life as internationally renowned performer Amanda Palmer poses at this CBLDF Master Session! Amanda is the creative force behind Who Killed Amanda Palmer?, a book of photographs accompanied with stories by Neil Gaiman, and the critically acclaimed album of the same name. Palmer will establish the mood for the event, while the artists translate her dramatic poses into their own distinctive styles. The original art from this session will be auctioned off on Saturday night at the CBLDF’s auction! Room 30CDE  .

Need I say that I’m quite honoured? Seriously, this is amazing!!

Moving on to Saturday, another CBLDF – this time I’ll be at their booth 1920 to sign the “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” print. There will be 100 of these only and unfortunately no Neil … but there will be me, so I hope that is enough 🙂


Ok so that is about it for now. More Tanpopo clothing coming soon!!!