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DDR Projects

Exhibition Detail
Late Pass
3403 East Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90803

November 7th, 2008 - December 12th, 2008
November 7th, 2008 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Montage, Chris GliebeChris Gliebe, Montage
long beach
Tuesday - Saturday 1-7 :: Saturday 12-6
DDR Projects

As an artist, Gliebe has one foot in the street and the other in a studio, Gliebe’s fine art has been appearing in solo and group shows nationwide since 1997. Artwork featured in the gallery pages of his site do not necessarily reflect Gliebe’s entire body of work but have been selected as prime examples of his style. Gliebe’s work is often figurative as well as being narrative. He is known to employ classical techniques with great skills to create illustration design and fine art. He often uses non-traditional materials like spray cans, sharpies and elaborate color palettes on his canvases to bring his work to life.


As a designer, Gliebe has been working as a freelance graphic artist under the "Clinikill" and "Devious" brand names, Gliebe has helped sculpt the visual landscape for the emerging Midwest underground hip-hop scene, during it's formative years starting in the mid-nineties and as recent as now. He has worked with musicians, record labels and youth oriented companies such as: Atmosphere, The Animal Crackers, Blueprint, Boom Bip, DJ T-Rock, Mr.Dibbs, Soul Position, John Doe - 1200 hobos, Mush Records, Shake it Records, Stereo-type Records, Self-core Records, Dirty Loop Records, Rhymesayers Entertainment, Scribble Jam, Scribble Magazine, Beautiful Decay Magazine, Faesthetic, Scion, MTV, MTV2, To Die For Clothing, and Kid Robot. Since 2005 Chris has worked full time as a creative director and designer for Lightborne, a Cincinnati based motion design collective, designing and directing national ad campaigns, video installations, and music videos.

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