X

Late last year, Nate Hill spawned his latest interactive performance artist character known as Death Bear, a grizzly mascot who can be summoned to people’s apartments to remove what Will Sherman described as “mementos of tragedy and heartbreak.” But what happens when that person is a crazy ass ex-girlfriend with her band of twisted, burlesque […]

Read More…

Artist Nate Hill’s Club Animals are venturing into darker territories. The normally furry and fun, candy crack-slinging bouncy riders are now easing your pain with Death Bear. […]

Read More…

This evening, Club Animals, the furry performance group pioneered by reformed roadkill sculptor Nate Hill, will debut a new character and performance. Complement the free bouncy rides and candy crack delivery services, Blizzard the Bunny will dole out “Bunny Butterfly Kisses.” Overcoming her physical impediment, faux eyelashes that don’t blink, Blizzard will begin “coyly attracting […]

Read More…

Congratulations are in order for Nate Hill. The artist’s Candy Crack delivery service was profiled in the Daily News, where he managed to anger an old lady, baffle the vice president of a substance abuse center, and force a police source to fantasize about arresting him: “It’s just candy. Unfortunately, being criminally stupid is not […]

Read More…

Nate Hill shares the peril of being a popular public performance artist: overly enthusiastic audiences. After last night’s human-powered bouncy ride routine, the Club Animals ringmaster writes by email: SPECIAL SHOUT TO THE KIDS WHO TACKLED ME ON THE BOUNCY RIDE TIP TONIGHT AND I TACKLED BACK ON THE L PLATFORM AND WE COMPASSIONATELY ALL […]

Read More…

On July 24th, Nate Hill will officially start peddling his Candy Crack between the hours of 10PM and 2AM. Sugar-craving custies that live off the L Train, between the Bedford and Montrose Avenue stops, can “call or text 347-742-2293 for delivery.” The artist will show up to people’s houses in full mascot regalia to sell […]

Read More…

Nate Hill is truly a transformative artist. He’s gone from rewriting the bible to creating roadkill sculptures and giving free human-powered bouncy rides. Now, the artist and his Club Animals crew are hatching a new project: Candy Crack Delivery. Starting next month, he plans on “childizing drugs and drug dealing” by peddling a “100% sugar […]

Read More…

Artist Nate Hill, the ringmaster of the Club Animals, writes in to let us know there will be free bouncy rides going down tonight. Check the Lorimer stop platform of the L train between 10 and 11 PM this evening. […]

Read More…

Former roadkill artist Nate Hill, mastermind of the A.D.A.M. and E.V.E. dead animal effigies, is working on a less morbid project: Club Animals. This Saturday, Club Animals, which has nothing to do with Furries, offers a human petting zoo at Brouwerij Lane Beer Store in Greenpoint and free bouncy rides on the Union Square L […]

Read More…

So here she is. After months of sneak peeks and in progress previews, this is the fully recognized E.V.E. project pieced together by roadkill artist Nate Hill. Sewn together with fishing line in some areas, the human-sized female sculpture is made entirely out of an assortment of animal parts mostly found in trash bins around […]

Read More…

Archive.Php