Tuesday, March 31, 2009


Finally I can do the step by step I’ve been waiting to post for several years.
I had the pleasure and privilege of sculpting this amazing new vinyl art piece for Mark Ryden and Long Gone John’s Necessaries Toy Foundation. I documented every step and will gladly share the process. Tune in Monday next week for the first installment.

Friday, March 20, 2009


Hey everybody, I have pieces in 3 different shows coming in the next 3 weeks.
That's allot of threes. Next week at Munky King Los Angeles The DIY Pusher Show. April 2nd at Galley 1988 "Idiot Box" 100 Artists take aim at television's guilty pleasures. Then April 11th at Red Hot Robot "The Resin Collective" Custom resin show. There will be a Gas Powered Dragon available at the Resin Collective show.

Monday, March 16, 2009


Munky King is having a DIY Pusher show. The Pusher vinyl by the super talented Thomas Han was given to a bunch of artists to do their magic. I have pics here of my version: "The Death Of Whimsy" two will be available at the show with a slight variation. The skull is cast from one of my sculpts.
Unfortunately I won't be able to attend, it promises to be an amazing show!

Sunday, March 8, 2009


It almost slipped through the cracks! The Clutter Magazine Blog did a nice bit on the ACM back on February 16th. The month slipped away with out me giving them proper thanks for the cool write up! Thanx Nick!

Tuesday, March 3, 2009


SO I’ve been geeking out lately on the old stereo viewers. My step son Julian wanted to do a school project on stereo photography, I was more than happy to help with the research and figuring out the technology. Plenty of sites have great step by step (I’m a fan of that) so taking the pictures was easy to figure out. The viewer was a bit more difficult. Then I thought of the album by the band Tool “10,000 Days” that actually folds out into a stereoscopic viewer with a booklet of pictures. I’ve been a fan of Tool for decades. Using that as the viewer made the whole project more home made and fun. Julian and I set up unlikely scenes in my wife’s dollhouse. My favorite was “Robot Tea Party” included below. I started to think of how could I do some of this with my own art? So with some further geeking out on my part I studied the pics from the album got an idea of how to create some stereo images with some of my illustrations and came up with an interesting experiment.




Posted here are 3 of the images. They are high rez jpgs, you should be able to click them for the larger image, pull them off this site, print them, then use the Tool album viewer to see them in 3D. It’s amazingly low tech, high entertainment value.

I would love some feedback if this is working on your end, if it goes well I’ll make more!