Gotta love it!

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Boston Herald, MA
September 26, 2008

Read: “A Rare Breed of Love”

Baby, the subject of this new book by psychologist Jenna Kohl, has a tongue to rival Steven Tyler’s (and it does in a two-page photo spread with the Aerosmith main man). And that’s just the start of this heartfelt biography starring a photogenic three-legged dog.

Baby gets the Flat Stanley treatment, and photographs of the cute pooch with many celebrities – Barack Obama and Amy Sedaris among them – will charm the most cynical. Sedaris hams it up with Baby and a few carrots, while Gloria Steinem offers a personal essay about falling in love with animals. Oh, Baby. (Fireside, $25.95) – Jill Radsken

Meet Joey Kramer and Graffiti Artists – 9/27/08

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Aero Force One
September 25, 2008

On Saturday, September 27th the Technical Skate Shop will make history. Not in the short period of time that the well known location has been hosting in-store art events, have they ever done what’s about to happen this September 27th. COMnGRAF is the fusion of mainstream comic book culture and graffiti culture and the brainchild of independent publishing LLC, True Elements. For a “very exclusive” one-night-only, Technical Boston will showcase the original artwork of 45 (yes, 45) comic book and graffiti artists combined. Graf legend and pioneer BLADE, along with T-KID, ZIMAD, SEXER, ROB STULL and many others including, Rock & Roll icon JOEY KRAMER from the world renowned group AEROSMITH, will be on hand to meet, greet and sign any and all books, posters and merchandise from 7-11pm. An event NOT to be missed. So come hang out…

Technical Shops

Rob Stull/Curator

Rob Stull is a Boston-based illustrator and comic book industry veteran. He’s worked on Spider-Man, Iron Man, X-Force, New Mutants, Batman, Nightwing, Firestorm, 52 and Tellos, just to name a few. He was the creator and curator of Sequential Art: The Next Step. A first of its kind traveling exhibit that spotlighted the contributions and impact of African Americans on mainstream comic book art and popular culture. Currently Stull is the directo of Visual Arts for Melting Earth Productions Group. A creative services organization focused on three vertical markets: music for video, video for music, and business for artists.

www.myspace.com/robstull
www.meltingearth.com