Jermaine Rogers has built an impressive resume, creating over 800 illustrations for bands like Public Enemy, The Deftones, The Black Keys, David Bowie, and many more. His distinctive style and use of social commentary mixed with imagery relevant to the bands has placed Rogers at the forefront of an art-form that is fighting to survive this digital age.

On June 22, Scion will host an installation and pop-up shop that features Rogers' work at their gallery and retail space Scion A/V Installation in Los Angeles. "Comfort For the Desperate Children" will showcase past and current posters from the artist and will also give visitors the opportunity to purchase limited edition screenprints. Rogers will also unveil a new resin sculpture at the opening reception, so it would be wise for fans of his work to RSVP to the event as soon as possible.  

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