Ghost of an Eskimo Dog has brought you to joefoti.com
This web site will showcase the art of Joe Foti an American artist
occasionally in Tokyo.
the art is one of a kind mind made originals, constructed in collaboration
with dreams & local savages encountered.
Please email for any advice or odd questions.
May 18, Handhorseman Exhibition Tokyo Japan, at "Ojisan Theatre"
Harris Teeter & Miss Lerlene Charms are released into human population.
First reports show no rioting in western hemisphere
Joined Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson & Ray Price in New York for
live show at Radio City Music Hall
Purchased Schweinshaxen Mit Zwei Reiberknodel in Munich German at Legendary
Harris Teeter Spacer Ring Debuts at All Chrome Hearts Stores
Art Research Expedition Touring Through 16 Cities Throughout Italy
2006 "Foti by Chrome Hearts" Exhibition at Dover Street Markets
in London England
2006 Mahalia - completes the "Foti by Chrome Hearts" collection
2005 Designed Birthday Card for Sex Pistol Steve Jones 50th Birthday Party
2005 Debut of four new characters for the "Foti by Chrome Hearts" line.
Jarvis, Skeeter, Miss Twitty, Naskull.
1-31, "Rewarding The Ugly" exhibition
at Chrome Hearts Tokyo Japan.
Debut of two new "Foti by Chrome Hearts" characters.
2004 Debut New Character for the "Foti by Chrome Hearts" line. Skippy
2004 Spread in Chrome
Hearts Chrome Hearts Magazine Vol. 5
2003 Debut of "Foti by Chrome Hearts" Characters - In all Chrome Hearts Stores.
Harris Teeter, Miss Lerlene, Pepé, Delphino
2003 Article in Chrome Hearts Magazine Vol. 4
2002 September 18, "Phantasmagoria" Exhibition at the Chrome Hearts
Shop in Osaka Japan featuring performance by disKoNeKt the Hi-Fi (Kirk
2002 Chrome Hearts Magazine Vol. 3 featured
an interview with Joe & displayed
a number of pieces.
2002 February 20, "Fisting Scars" Exhibition at the Chrome
Hearts Shop in Tokyo Japan
featuring motion-sensor activated music by Kirk Hellie
2001 Photography published in Visual ID Issue 02 Tokyo Japan
2000 Photography published in Visual ID Issue 01 Tokyo Japan
1999 Exhibition with Chrome Hearts & DeBeers
At The Tokyo Natural History
1998 Relocated to Tokyo Japan