Tourists in Venice.

Tourists in Venice.

Tourists Series These small pen and ink drawings of tourists were my partial occupation while in Venice in 2013 for the Biennale. I also did a handful of Venetian landscapes, but these are more interesting in my opinion.

Accepted into Society of Illustrators student competition and catalog.

Accepted into Society of Illustrators student competition and catalog.

My Neckbreakers, vector illustration, was accepted into the Society of Illustrators Student Competition and catalog! The Society of Illustrators is the most prestigious institution in the industry and they have a cool museum in Manhattan.

Solo Show January 4th @KULTUREZDYNASTY

Solo Show January 4th @KULTUREZDYNASTY

I’m showing my new work at KULTUREZ DYNASTY in Harvard square in January.  FAR OUT!  aerosol and acrylic paintings featuring clusterfuck imagery, and geomteric patterns that I create with my custom stencils.   A mural installation, original paintings  and giclée prints. KULTUREZ DYNASTY is an urban streetwear brand that gets its brain, heart, and hands […]

Sketchbook 798: Crowd study

Sketchbook 798: Crowd study

I drew this little crowd study in my sketchbook the other day. I’m working out ideas for an upcoming mural. Also, I’m trying out a different way to draw cartoon noses.

Sketchbook 796: Francesco and Pierino

Sketchbook 796: Francesco and Pierino

I met two Italians in the common room of a hostel in Florence. As we sat and watched a diving match on an old TV, and smoked, and talked, I observed their hand gestures with these pen drawings in my sketchbook. Francesco Kuman has dark, leathery skin and plaits in his hair, he wears lots […]

Sketchbook 795: Documenting Performance Art

Sketchbook 795: Documenting Performance Art

I often draw in my sketchbook to document the performance of art. When I see a performance and I am moved enough to draw it then I try to capture gesture and the human element. Here I use pen and pencil in a quaderno sketchbook with as much simplicity to convey my personal experience of […]