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Artsy Fanart - New York Museum of Conan Art 10/31 - 11/3

If you have to time between now and Thurday (and a fan of Conan O'Brien) head uptown to time Warner Center to the New York Museum of Conan Art (or NY MOCA for short).  In town for a limited time - literally a treat for Conan fans.  

And this is literally an exhibit dedicated the tall, ginger-coiffed talk host. However for a short time, he's returned to his beloved New York City and his fans have welcomed him with fan art.

From night lights to color-by-numbers to hand-painted acrylic nails to a talking chair (yes a talking, orange chair which you can get your picture taken and get Conan swag), the MOCA is an exhibit that is for fans by fans. 

Time Warner Center is a great location for this once-in-a-lifetime event, what with it's mall-like atmosphere in a Upper West Side location. That's why NYFW is at Lincoln Center, placing fashion at a higher level, closer to art. Each piece also had a QRC code so you can look it up. Or if you want to check it out the old-fashioned way, click here.

Onto the pictures!

Pencillism - Get it?


Color by Numbers

Conan Amigurumi

These are not your mother's acrylics.

Conan Barbera

Sleep tight with this night light

A how-to guide to Conan's intro.

Did you go? What was your favorite piece? Did you get a poster (if so, I'm jealous).

New York Museum of Conan
October 31 - November 3, 2011
Time Warner Center
10 Columbus Circle
2nd Floor
New York, NY 10019


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