Saturday, October 17, 2015
It's been awhile since I've posted to my blog, mostly because I've moved onto / am distracted by other outlets like Instagram, Flickr, Tumblr, and of course Facebook. I'm getting pretty burnt out on Facebook so I figured I'd take the tarp off the old blog and get it started again. I've been participating in this years Inktober challenge and so far so good. The plan is to compile all my pieces together in a zine / sketchbook for sale. Also I've been putting my daily pieces up for sale in my Bonanza shop...so check em out....here's a little taste of them. I've been trying to challenge myself to flex a wide variety of styles and subject matter moving from tight pen pieces to abstract and splattery pieces.
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Monday, October 21, 2013
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Ha, sorry I've been AWOL and havent been updating my blog as much as I should , but I've been up to my eyeballs in commercial work (that of course Im not allowed to show yet or ever)....anyway, I've managed to work on a few things here and there....first off, I'm proud to announce that Jeff Richards, Mike Guidone, and I have regained the C2 workspace on front street where we've put on shows in the past. I've been needing a much larger environment to work in and it'll be nice to talk to people other then myself for a change....right now we are planning out our first show scheduled to happen around Halloween so stay tuned for updates...
Also, I contributed a custom to the Reconstructing Misfortune show at Munky King on the 8th of October....there's a whole slew of artists I'm proud to be in the company of including Frank Kozik, Andrew Bell, Ferg, Chris Ryniac, TADO, Brian Morris, Luke Chueh, Daniel Danger, MAD, MCA, Jason Siu, Motobot, Little Friends, JPK, Beast Bros, Abe Lincoln Jr and more.....
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And last but not least, I worked on a Giant Peach / 594 Apparel collaboration ad that's running in the newest issue of Juxtapoz, so go pick it up.....
Saturday, July 3, 2010
Head on over to Horrorwood and you can download my papercraft character King Reggie IV along with designs by fellow GPers Luke Drozd and Adam Swinbourne. Just make sure you use safety scissors and try not to eat the paste.
Skull King Art Customs