Here is an interview that I did with I Paint My Mind. I am very proud of the piece and that is due in no small part to the quality of questions from interviewers Evan La Ruffa and Sonny Kay. Below is an excerpt.
“When I started working conceptually as an artist, I felt like a rough fish swimming through seemingly empty waters. Over time, bits of debris began to stick to my surface. My heart stayed the same but my shape began changing and I started to grow and the larger I got, the faster I grew. My course changed as I caught light in different directions and masses that accumulated on my surface either held tight or snapped off and became food for scavengers. Of course, I am responding metaphorically, but for me, this allegory has cracked the egg and chased off the chicken.”
Click here to read the whole interview.
411 Posters is pretty new on the print reporting scene but their passion is already showing. Thanks to them for sharing my work and the work of so many talented artists. Here’s a look at the most recent spread.
Thanks to Pop-Art Emporium for directing their audience to The Frenchman as well as some recent print releases.
Wilt has been spotted on All About Van Gogh. Follow the link for all the swirling skies and bloody ears that you can handle.
Many thanks to Pop-Art Emporium for bumping the recent print release, Dark Glacier. Timely release information on a variety of print artists can regularly be found at the Emporium. Check them out.
411 Posters dropped the dime on some of my recent releases. If you love prints, check 411 often. They don’t miss a beat.
My now infamous print of the “virtual turnout” for #occupywallstreet was rehashed and posted on the wikileaks facebook page as real evidence this week. It got a staggering amount of attention there. Some people understood the image, some people were motivated by it and some were further enraged. That’s just how it has been.
Since there is still confusion and the origin of the image is still inexplicably in question for some, I thought it might be a good idea to offer concrete evidence. If you look closely at the roof of city hall in the #occupywallstreet image, you will note my logo is clearly visible. I hope that this ends any doubt.
Posters and Prints has labelled me an art machine! I love that. Thanks to them for that and for covering the release of the now nearly sold out print, Kafka Residence.
I really appreciate The Poster District keeping their audience updated on my print releases. Please visit their site and pass it around.
I got swept up in an avalanche of confusion fueled by several thousand misconceptions surrounding a head scratching image that I made of the “virtual” turnout for #occupywallstreet. Some folks got it, though. Thanks to Happy Famous Artists for passing on some truth.
A big hug to The Poster District for laying out such a nice spread covering the prints that were released last week.
Cheers to Posters and Prints for spreading the word on “Space Happy” which is now sold out. Posters and Prints shows up to work every day. They have been supporting hard working artists for nearly three years now.
A wink and a nod to Wherefore Art Thou? for finding my work. The blog claims to be “a critique of the inane and inconsequential.” This gargoyle has been perched in that niche for more than a decade.
Here is another new promotional image. I’ve been styling them like glossy magazine ads. It’s a good feeling. Now I need this shirt for real.
Dream Team, 2011.
Thanks to 411 Posters for sharing some of the prints from this week. 411 is a good spot to check for print releases from a variety of artists.