Sunday, December 4, 2011

Fill Up Your Hearts

Once again, Chogrin presents a tribute to an icon of the Nintendo Generation: 
The Legend Of Zelda

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Sam Kinison Commission

I was asked by Josh Spector at for a commission of Sam Kinison. 
He wanted Kinison from the Louder Than Hell album period. 

 Josh runs a site called Connected Comedy which deals with the business and performing end of  comedy, check it out:

Connected Comedy

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

(we are) 8-bit Champions!

 September 15th 

La Flaq gallery
36 rue QuincampoixParis, France

40 Artists interpreting 40 popular video games from the great NES age!

My piece is a tribute to the Konami game Circus Charlie:

 I hadn't had much experience with this game on a nostalgia level-I was aware of when I was a kid but
I needed a refresher. 
From what I gather the game is an existential horror story starring
 the titular clown (you) whose whole life consists of running  and jumping through a never ending series of flaming hoops, compelled by the scrolling of the screen, a metaphor for man's struggle in a painful existence in the constant face of the oblivion of non-existence. It was no doubt inspired by the works of Samuel Beckett. It also has monkeys.

check out more 8-Bit Champions and other good things at:

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Portfolios are up at my new site

I'm switching to wordpress to display portfolios. loving the wordpress.

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Is This Thing On?

The great Gallery1988 in LA  presents: Is This Thing On? 
100 artists interpreting comedian.

I was asked to do portraits of three comedians: Don Rickles, Chris Farley, and Adam Sandler. 

You can check out more artwork form the contributing artists on their blog 

opening reception was last night, unfortunately I'm an east coaster (boooo!) 

 my pieces on the wall! 
thanks to Chogrin for the pic

Also, a good bunch of other folks from The Autumn Society where represented in the show including
Dave Perillo, Tom Whalen, Jude Buffum, Danielle Rizzolo,  Kim Herbst, Paul Palcko, Scott Derby, and Tom Haubrick.

Thanks to Chris Kurumada and Jenson for a great show
Couldn't ask for a better beginning for the year!