A few months back I had the pleasure of working with Nelson Wang, author of several books, exceedingly smart dude, and a dear friend. Nelson needed a cover for his new book, The Resume is Dead. He had chosen a provocative title, and needed a cover that would stand out from the endless thumbnails on [...]
Costume Illustrations created for the pearl thieves. Featured in the first of a series of films chronicling the adventures of Colonel Walter S. Houghington III – Abigail & the Pearl Thieves.
Last weekend I had the pleasure of attending the Beyond Eden Art Fair for the second year. In line with last year’s experience, the show was phenomenal. The lineup of galleries displaying work included Thinkspace, Corey Helford, Copro and LeBasse among others, which are some of my favorites around LA.
A few weeks ago I completed a project for Disney and Target for the upcoming clothing line collaboration with Demi Lovato. It was done with the help of some awesome folks at A Common Thread and super talented Ross Ching of Little Bribes fame. The video is a mixture of live action and animated sequences [...]
This past weekend I attended two shows around LA. The first was an opening at Known Gallery on Fairfax which featured a sweet group show with works by the likes of Alex Pardee, El Mac, Retna, Craola, Dabs/Myla and a smittering of other artists who go by a single name. There was a great eclectic [...]
I’ve recently found myself being giddily rediscovering street art. The massive format, the unusual locations, the differing techniques all make seeing art outside a very different experience than the controlled experience of a gallery show. There’s something immensely appealing about being surprised by beauty when you least expect it; about finding it when it’s just [...]
It’s been a while since I saw a video that made my jaw drop and felt was worthy of Moment of Zen status, but Wizard Smoke fits the bill to a tee. I love seeing beautiful cinematography mixed with unique effects, especially when those effects are just quirky ways of playing with color and light [...]
The title is a work in progress, but the painting is all done. She’s a tiny one measuring in at 6×9 inches. Gouache on wood panel, and small enough to fit in your pocket as long as your jeans aren’t too tight.