Saturday, May 24, 2008
I know I know. You're tired of seeing this one! S.I. is celebrating it's 50th Anniversary with a hardbound book entitled "Icons & Images" It didn't really hit me until Irene Gallo said " Dude, it was really really hard to get into that 50 years book." About a dozen images were selected from each annual. Whoa. Afterwards I proceeded to do the robot and a small tear of joy rolled down my cheek. Of course I wiped it off right away fearing rust. Plus I have poison ivy on my face and the tear of joy mixing with poison ivy puss would've just totally ruined the mood.
Friday, May 23, 2008
I have 3 pieces in the upcoming Spectrum 15. I'm grateful to be in at all. It seems to get harder every year and you never know... I'm especially happy with the MicroVisions piece getting in since it wasn't actually printed work. And it was for a good cause as well. Kudos to everyone involved. I've seen one of the pieces for the latest MV and I'm totally hatin!!! Must....paint...better...
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Andy Clarkson, a fellow artist and close friend of mine here in Columbus did an interview with Retinal Theory. Check out the interview and some of his work here:) Reppin tha 614izzle!
Saturday, May 10, 2008
I received the award for Best Fantasy at ConGlomeration. I woulda straight stole this thing if I didn't earn it. It's freakin awesome...and it glows!!! Mad props to Scott Webb(http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=88300680) for sculpting the awards every year. Overall, I had a great time at the Con and met some really cool peeps. Thanks again for having me^_^
This is the face of someone who has no idea where this painting is going. Sometimes I feel like I'm constantly making this face every now and then. And yes, that is the same exact hat! Coincidentally his name is also Eric. He does the illustrations for the ConGlomeration t-shirts every year. Next we have Kyle doing the running man. A great mix of finesse and style. The boy's got rhythm! And me schooling the kids on a little origami. Keeping it trill.