Friday, January 30, 2009

Friday February 6th.

Kidrobot will be hosting an artist meet and greet at their NY location to coincide with New York Comic Con. I'll be there doodling and signing along with a plethora of other artists that will be in town. Good times are guaranteed.



Following that, the good friends over at Thunderdog Studios and Interspectacular are throwing their NYCC party (and secret toy release) up at Concrete Bar. Once again, I can guarantee a good time.



Friday after that busy weekend, I'm heading out to Philly for The (3rd Annual Alex Curtis Memorial)
Heart Show at Jinxed. I'm lucky enough to have been invited and finishing up my heart this weekend. Flyer coming for that soon.

This year is starting off busy! Hope to see some people at these events!

Monday, January 26, 2009

Late Nights.



Ended last year and started this year with a lot of stress in my life but things have totally been worth it. Lots of news coming over the next few months. Working with some great clients (I hate that word), have some products coming out I'm very happy with, moving, and will be in a couple of group shows coming up soon.

Flyers and more info will be posted when I can.

2009 = 200MINE

Let's do this!

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Nothing Says "I Love You" Like Chocolate.



From the Director and Choreographer of Ong-Bak. Opens Valentine's Day!

Spotted over at I Watch Stuff.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

ilovedust Bike Prints Available at ClickforArt



'Bike 3' (shown above) is my favorite. Check all 4 out here:
http://www.clickforart.com/artist/ILoveDust/

While you're at it, check out the first (of many, I'm hoping) "Kidrobot Loves..." section of the site featuring ilovedust.
http://www.kidrobot.com/content.cfm?section=2009/ilovedust

While you're still at it, stay up to date with the power team's work at their site, it does not disappoint:
http://www.ilovedust.com/

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Dazzle Camouflage

A few months ago, Mr. Kiji put me on to the Dazzle Camouflage used on British and American war ships in WWI (and WWII?). Ever since then, I've been kind of obsessed with the idea of disruptive camouflage versus blending camouflage and how the human eye sees and reacts to each.





Learn more about Dazzle Camouflage:
http://www.bobolinkbooks.com/Camoupedia/DazzleCamouflage.html

RISD will be hosting a symposium and exhibit entitled,
"Artists at War: Exploring the Connections Between Art and Camouflage" from the end of January until March, partly focusing on Dazzle. More info here:
http://dazzlecamouflage.wordpress.com/2008/09/30/exhibit-and-symposium/

Thanks Kiji! When I finally purchase my war ship, you're painting it.

Watch Out For - Leanne Biank


Awesome work.
Check out more here.

Sunday, January 11, 2009