Discover The Biggest Exhibition Of The Last 30 Years Of Legendary San Diego Rock Artist Scrojo’s Work At Eve Encinitas
A major retrospective exhibit featuring rock poster artist Scrojo opens Friday June 30 at Eve Encinitas. The San Diego artist has provided posters for live music events by big names such as the Rolling Stones, Jimmy Buffet, Lady Ga Ga and The Killers.
June 28, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – San Diego rock poster artist Scrojo is featured in a major retrospective exhibit opening Friday June 30, at Eve Encinitas. Scrojo is the most prolific poster artist of the rock era, famous for creating posters for live music performances featuring artists such as the Rolling Stones, Lady Ga Ga and Bob Dylan.
For more information please visit his website here: scrojo.com.
Scrojo was born and raised in Encinitas, CA and began creating posters at age 19. He creates his hand drawn images with paper and pencil, and his work reflects his life and experience of growing up in a music obsessed Southern California beach town.
His work is being celebrated at a major retrospective exhibition featuring 30 years of his work. The exhibition will take place at Eve Encinitas, 575 S. Coast Highway 101, Encinitas, CA and will run from June 30 to July 23 2017.
Much of his work has consists of posters for live music performances at famous locations such as the Belly Up T in Solana Beach and its companion club in Aspen, CO. Scrojo also creates work for the Legendary Fillmore in San Francisco. Scrojo has created art work for some of the biggest names in the music industry such as the Rolling Stones, Lady GaGa, Bob Dylan, Foo Fighters, The Killers and Jimmy Buffet.
His work has also caught the attention of the TV world with his work featured on prominent TV shows such as Girls, Fear the Walking Dead and Nurse Betty. His art has also been seen in advertising campaigns for Disney, Nike, Universal Studios and the San Diego Zoo. See his work for San Diego Zoo here: adweek.com/agencyspy/mc-saatchi-l-a-rocks-out-for-the-san-diego-zoo/132266.
Scrojo is available for media interviews to discuss his experiences and his art. He is able to provide examples of his colorful works and an ideal location for interviews is the Belly Up, where hundreds of his posters are permanently displayed and on exhibit. To schedule an interview, contact Dennis King by e-mail, or call.
TV ASSIGNMENT EDITORS: An example of an interview with Scrojo can be seen here: youtu.be/6DcgogH-5tE.
Some say he was born a peasant child in the sacred peaks that protect Shambahla, named Ojorcs at birth and only becoming Scrojo when he had fully transcended the earthly plane.
Others have proclaimed him a charlatan and a fraud. But those who have dared to enter his realm have felt his power and been forever changed by his visions.
Working in seclusion from an unknown location, few have seen his face. Fewer still have been privileged to hear him speak. Using his voice only when absolutely necessary, he has chosen to express himself through his visionary artwork.