Friday, March 25, 2011

Art Opening, Sat. April 2 at OhNo!Doom

OhNo!Doom presents:
Beast Friends: Keith Noordzy & Kali Meadows
Opening reception: April 2nd, 2011 6-10pm
Exhibit closes April 30th

Keith Noordzy and Kali Meadows are Beast Friends. This exhibit showcases their individual works of friendship and beastliness.

Kali Meadows

Kali Meadows holds her pen in a funny way. Doing so has left a permanent bump on her ring-finger; a true mark of an illustrator. When she isn't doodling, she can be found admiring baby sloths and cracking open fresh coconuts in the sunshine of Los Angeles, CA.

Keith Noordzy

Keith Noordzy grew up in Florida hunting giant squids and dinosaurs. Over the years these ancient creatures started disappearing, leaving only visions and memories of those once great adventures. He now lives in Los Angeles retelling stories by creating artwork of epic creatures, cute characters, and their mysterious descent into the darkness.

Directly after the opening reception all unsold artworks will be available to view and purchase thru our online store:

Customers can sign up for the Preview List where they will be able to purchase artwork the Friday before the official opening:

OhNo!Doom Gallery

1800 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Chicago, IL 60647

Transportation: North of the Damen Blue Line
South of the Western Blue Line
Bus 49, 56, 72
Plenty of Metered Street Parking
Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 4pm-10pm
Saturday 12-7pm
By Appointment:
Phone: 773.698.8348

About OhNo!Doom: 

OhNo!Doom is a Chicago artist collective made up of designers, illustrators and plush artists (who all work creative jobs during the week). The group operates an art gallery-shop in Bucktown, that showcases it’s members work as well as other artists from around the world and is home to ON!D’s designer toy and clothing line. This space also does triple duty as the collective’s design studio headquarters. The OhNo!Doom Collective is: Oscar Alatorre, Max Bare, Joseph Call, Lana Crooks, Jordan Owen and Andrew Thompson.


  1. I keep meaning to go here! I'm fascinated by their plush sculptures.

  2. You should go! I love the plush sculptures there, particular an animal bust one by Lana Crooks that mounts to the wall and we featured in the calendar but I lost the image for, though will try to find