Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Narcissistic Posthaste Graphics

This week I've got a piece in the Free Times again. It's a drawing of Lebron James, King James, The Chosen 1, The New Jesus Christ... of Nike. We Are All Witnesses. The article I drew this for is actually a review of a book, The Franchise, which is apparently about Lebron James and the remaking of The Cavs a couple years ago.

Anyway, here's the art:

Friday, January 25, 2008

Nice Procured Goods

I found this awesome Danijel Zezelj piece in a random Business Week magazine that I was flipping through at a doctor's office. Zezelj is probably one of my favorite artists ever. I still look at Air Mexico about once a month. Right now the Junkies over at Optimum Wound have been publishing Zezelj's REX over at I actually have a copy of it in... some other language. A Mad Scientist that was traveling the globe sent it to me from... somewhere.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Nervously Preaching Gusto

Well, here I am posting again. I missed this thing, and all that it entails. Busy busy non-internet having man that I have been, I've neglected it and the three people that check this shit on their "Readers".

Hey, look, a poster! This is for the mighty First Annual Festival 71: Ten Bands, both rooms of the Beachland, the release show for Times New Viking's new "Rip it Off" LP/CD on Matador Records, Radio Dystopia.

Here's a poster I did, which, I didn't even get to go to this show. I was out earlier that night at a couple different art openings, including one called Onion Skins (a group show that in which I have a bunch of prints, including prints of these posters), and by the time it came down to deciding whether or not to head down to Pat's I was flat beat. I ended up just going home and watching Invisible Man movies until I passed out. Yo, Invisible Man movies are creepy as hell. In an awesome awesome way. I made a list the other day, and totaled out the amount of movies I've watched between like, Mid December and now at well over 30. That includes the DVD box sets of TV shows Lost Season One, Into The West, and James Clavell's Shogun! I'll post more about movies later. And by later I mean soonish. I promise.