Fresh News: New Year 2014
NOTICE: ORDERS PLACED WED, THUR, FRI, JUNE 18-20 will ship on JUNE 21
Celebrating 30 years of the Hi How Are You album (1983)!!!
Largest selection of DISCOUNTED ART ever!
First Time Buyers Start Here:
First time buyers of Daniel's MUSIC are directed toward the popular compilation "Welcome To My World" These are digitally remastered songs from the movie "The Devil and Daniel Johnston" and other albums, and compiled to introduce you to Daniel's story via his music. Choosing OTHER MUSIC from Daniel's collection
For ART: You can purchase ORIGINAL ART from the store at HiHowAreYou.com or RejectedUnknown.com. MORE ABOUT ART HERE. First time buyers of original art can ask for a discount - FIRST TIME ART BUYERS CLICK HERE. Signed limited edition PRINTS are available as well as unsigned prints. MORE ABOUT PRINTS HERE.
Hi How Are You T-Shirt by American Apparel
BY POPULAR Demand, the Hi How Are You album t-shirts are now available on American Apparel products. If you are ready to "upgrade" your Hi How Are You t-shirt, this is American Apparel's Unisex Sheer Jersey Loose Crew Summer T-Shir - it is LONGER in the body, and softer and stretchier to other shirts. 3.8 oz., 100% sheer jersey cotton Durable rib neckband Looser, more open neckline Sideseamed
Daniel Johnston - SPANISH translation of Rizzoli Art Book
"Hi, how are you?" Ė Daniel Johnston FINALLY - A SPANISH translation of the "coffee table" art book originally published by Rizzolli in 2009 Texts by Philippe Vergne, Jad Fair, and Harvey Pekar Interview with Daniel Johnston 356 pages / 8 1/2 " x 11" / 250 color illustrations Release date: 2013 Daniel Johnston only ever dreamt of two things: to be a rock star and a famous artist. Amazing enough, he succeeded at both. Today, Johnston is a prolific visual artist and a legend among indie circles where his charmingly odd songs have inspired a generation of song writers. Rizzoli is pleased to announce this most comprehensive book on Johnston's artwork to date. Johnston has recorded over ten full-length albums, and his supporters have included Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain, who was often seen wearing a Daniel Johnston t-shirt, Matt Groening, The Butthole Surfers, Sonic Youth, noted Minutemen/FIREHOSE bassist Mike Watt, David Bowie, Tom Waits, Beck, The Flaming Lips, and an ever-growing international cult audience. His artwork was recently featured in the 2006 Whitney Biennial, the same year of the feature-length documentary, The Devil and Daniel Johnston. Johnstonís pen and colored marker drawings contain a range of characters, some benign or heroic, and others quite disturbing. In his complex world, good battles evil attended to by an assortment of visually playful characters. Johnstonís interior life is also informed by his conservative Christian upbringing, and filled with depictions of biblical vengeance and salvation. Looking at his work, the viewers are reminded of Heironymous Bosch as much as DC Comics. Daniel Johnston contains over 150 full color illustrations, mostly taken from the artistís personal archives, including many that have never been published. There is also commentary and analysis by the Walker Art Center's Philippe Vergne, alt-rock luminary Jad Fair, and comic legend, Harvey Pekar. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Philippe Vergne, newly appointed director of the DIA Art Foundation, was formerly chief curator and associate director of the Walker Art Center and co-curated the 2006 Whitney Biennial, in which Johnston's work was also included. Jad Fair is an alt-rock elder statesman who led the influential band, Half-Japanese. Harvey Pekar is the author of the influential underground comic book series, American Splendor.df