Artists of M&HD2 | Alessandro Echevarria

Alessandro Echevarria (aka Skulldaggery) lives and works as a freelance illustrator in Brooklyn, NY. Check out more of his amazing work on his website, or see it in person when Meth & Hot Dogs 2 opens April 30th!

Artists of M&HD2 | A Little Stranger

"Hi I’m, Holly. By day I’m a plush designer and model maker living in London, UK, by night I go under my ‘A Little Stranger’ alias, working on a variety of projects. I’ve been sewing, painting and generally doing things with my hands for as long as I can remember and decided very early on to make it my career. While at university studying foundation and art and model making I started to create plush toys as gifts for friends and eventually started selling them online. I now run my own webshop where I’m proud to be selling both my own work and that of other independent artists.

When I’m not making things I love toys, guinea pigs, shoes, drum and bass, running, knitting, horror movies, and stuff with cute faces on them from Japan.”

Artists of M&HD2 | Carlos Araujo



Meet Carlos Araujo. After eight years of working as a graphic designer he decided to switch gears and focus on illustration. Since then his unique, award winning illustrations have appeared in books, magazines, posters, as awesome paper toys and in gallery shows in his home country of Brazil and worldwide.

You can explore more of Carlos’ fabulous work on his websiteFlickr, and blog.

Two Market-Stalls

C’est La Mort!
Walking on Mars (pictured at top)

Brian Rubenacker joins the M&HD2 crew!

Because there is no such thing as too much awesome we’re happy to announce that artist Brian Rubenacker has joined the Meth & Hot Dogs 2 line-up! Brian will be bringing his adorable, mischievous and slightly cracked out Boston Terriers to the show opening April 30th at Lift.

M&HD2 | Crowded Teeth

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Michelle Romo is a self-taught illustrator and designer who is fueled by cookies and naps. She got her first computer when she was 16 and she hasn’t stopped working since. Her influences include Mid-Century, Japanese, and Scandinavian design and pretty much anything cute.

Michelle created her line, Crowded Teeth, in 2004 and continues to create characters and products under that name. When she isn’t working she spends her time eating good food, hugging her friends, playing video games, and crafting. She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband Jason and their two cats, Hurts and Morgan.”

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If you’re in the Los Angeles area make sure to check out the opening of Michelle’s Super Awesome Sweet Rad Times at Fuzzy Mountain: Heck Yeah! on the 9th at Japan L.A. and see fantastical new work from Crowded Teeth when Meth & Hot Dogs 2 opens at the end of the month!