I haven't been on here in forever, just been getting super busy lately. The "Into The Wild" show went great, photos here. Still a good chunk of available pieces, also doing requests of anything so surrender yer wallets.
I've since been featured in a show at climate/gallery in Queens called "Never Think Small!" with close to 100 other artists, 'twas mighty good.
I began working freelance for PandaPanther today, which must means the planets are aligning or some shit I still can't believe it. Going back tomorrow, and hopefully many more times.
I'm in the process of creating a music video for The American Dollar, an instrumental group somewhat in the key of Explosions In The Sky - unfortunately all types of personal obstacles have been coming up....
Finally, I sat down and focused on a personal project for a few hours. The result is above, "We Are Always Watching You". First illustration I've deliberately worked with in CMYK, as I'm developing a rabid affinity towards framed prints.
i wish i was posting more but i've been pretty taken up by prepping for the show on the 29th. this will be there in the cheap cardboard corner :) 14" x 18" acrylic on cardboard.
also caught up with skate chums the other day, felt really good to be around that again.
the rest of the Looking Glass images. One of the first ideas that came up for this issue were propaganda posters. There's also a weather map of the nation indicating superhero/villainy activity, and an image to correspond with the "Sex" section's survey on plushies....
ALSO! I will post an official flier as soon as I can, I am having a solo show for my paintings/prints/video on August 29th, in Bay Shore, NY. It's one night only and I hope to sell as much as possible so wear your deep pockets.
it's been far too long since a post, i've been occupied doing several images for Looking Glass Magazine, which will be available in print at Comic-Con in San Fran on the 24th!
I figure I'd do one post with the images for the "Style" section of the mag, in this issue it focuses on some of Japan's fashion trends.
here's some paintings, ya hoser
the top is the aforementioned piece where i did some blob experiments.
the bottom? i needed a practice piece to spray with acrylic sealer, due to a commission that's going to be kept outside.
also, my hotmail account has been HACKED, so if for any reason you're gonna send me an e-mail, it is now/temporarily
thank you and good night
i think everyone should shut up about 'going green'. it's become an empty trend and lots of folk uneducated on the matter are blindly hopping on the bandwagon. if we really want to start saving the planet, we should abolish nascar and only fund ten movies a year. but who the hell am i?