Raise Up Philippines:
An Art Benefit for Typhoon Haiyan Relief
Curated by Bunnycutlet Gallery, Toy Tokyo, and M27 Designs

Opening reception - January 3rd, 6-10pm

Closes - January 3rd, 10pm

BROOKLYN, NY (RELEASE December 16, 2013, New York City, NY) — Bunnycutlet Gallery, Toy Tokyo and M27 Designs proudly present Raise Up Philippines: An Art Benefit for Typhoon Haiyan Relief on Friday, January 3, 2014, from 6-10pm. The Bunnycutlet Gallery, named "Best New Gallery in 2013" by The Village Voice, will house the event at 158 Roebling Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. For one evening, supporters will have an opportunity to bid on a diverse selection of low-brow, graffiti, pop, and street art through silent auction. 100% of the proceeds go directly to UNICEF Philippines.

Nearly 12 million people, including 6 million children, were affected by Typhoon Haiyan, and they are still desperately in need of shelter, clean water, medicine and nutrition. A powerhouse lineup of exceptional creative minds gather together to donate artwork and prints for this auction, eager to bring much needed assistance to the storm-ravaged Philippines.

Featuring artwork and prints by some of today’s most influential tastemakers including: Simone Legno of Tokidoki, Tara McPherson, and O.G. Slick, alongside popular New York and Florida-based Filipino artists: Gigi, Grace, and Leo Angelo Bio (8x10 Collective) and Anthony Castro. This showcase will be an uplifting experience for the people of the Philippines, citizens of New York, and beyond.

Andrew Bell
Anthony Castro
Cern One
Derek Rippe
Don Rimix
Greg Lamarche
Jeff Henriquez
Jesse Hernandez
Jon Burgerman
Jon Lewis
Karen Sneider
Kelly Denato
Lamour Supreme
Liz Artinian
Lou Pimentel
Malik Yusef Cumbo
Moses Mitchell
Nathan Jurevicius
Niko Guardia
O.G SLick
Ron Upperman
Ryan Wheelbarrow
Simone Legno
Tara McPherson
8x10 Collective:
Gigi Bio, Grace Bio, Leo Angelo Bio
Bunnycutlet Gallery exhibits paintings, prints, and sculptures. The gallery cultivates an aesthetic that embraces figurative art, emphasizing visual ties to applied art disciplines like illustration, animation, comics, and cartoons. Bunnycutlet promotes nerd art, urban folk, and pop art that employs baroque and surrealist approaches.
It was recently named "Best New NYC Gallery of 2013" by The Village Voice.

Toy Tokyo is located at 91 2nd Avenue in New York City's East Village (between 5th & 6th Street). It opened in 2000, and has gained the reputation of having the most unique inventory in the city, with toys of all kinds, for every age.
Collaborating with TT Underground, the Toy Tokyo art gallery, Toy Tokyo explores the intersection of pop art and designer toys through exhibition and special art events.

M27 Designs provides services through visual expression. Husband and wife duo, Victor “Marka27” and Liza Quñonez keep M27 Designs multifaceted with artistic endeavors such as: producing designer vinyl toys, curating art exhibits, producing street murals, artist management, and providing services in the design field for fine art, marketing, advertising and fashion.

Bunnycutlet Gallery 158 Roebling Street Brooklyn, NY 11211   l   ph: (917) 584-7420   l   bunnycutlet(at)gmail(dot)com
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