Monday, November 20, 2017

Boom Kitty!

My last Post-it Painting for the Giant Robot Post-it Show! The show is December 2nd-10th at the Giant Robot Gallery in L.A.

Also I was interviewed by Noe Tanigawa of Hawaiian Public Radio for the upcoming Honolulu Printmakers Print and Book show that I'll be exhibiting at this Friday and Saturday. I'll post the time and links as soon as I have them.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Rough Seas

Switching up a bit. A rough ocean landscape. I don't normally draw landscapes but after witnessing the King Tides here, I was inspired to draw a sculptural ocean scape. Mark that up as Post-It #5 I am totally loving my new Kuretake #40 brush pen! Definitely a step up from the good ol' Pentel Pocket Brush Pen. 

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Artisanal Squid

Here's my fourth little Post-it painting. "Artisanal Squid" I've really been enjoying playing with style and design with each new one that I do. This one is pretty silly but fun.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Hot Pink Riding Hood

I've drawn Little Red Riding Hood before and in the previous drawing I placed an emphasis on the dread. This time around I wanted Red or Hot Pink in this case, and the Big Bad Wolf to be best buds. This is third Post-It drawing I've done for the Giant Robot show.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

First painting for the Giant Robot Post-it show

So I've been invited again to participate in the Giant Robot Post-it Show. This little guy is my first painting. I've always wanted draw or paint a Dumbo Octopus! This gave me a chance to do just that!

Monday, October 30, 2017

KITTENS #3 is ready for the printers!

This took way longer than I wanted it to, but now it's done and ready to be printed. I'm guessing other work and moving to Hawaii slowed my progress a bit. Definitely having to build a new studio and figuring out my new surroundings impacted how long it took. Usually an issue would take me 4-6 months to complete since I can't work on it exclusively, but this one took over a year!

Well. It's done. I probably won't have it ready for the Short Run small press expo- which is next weekend. I'm still setting up my silkscreen studio (I miss a lot things in NYC- but the SVA printlab is in the top three). SO CLOSE!

Obviously, from the cover you can see this issue has a tropical theme. No idea where I came up with that idea!