Friday, August 29, 2008

Relaxation techniques.

I was taking the J train one morning with a head ache and I started thinking of reassuring slogan-ism's like "Let your mind be free". This also makes me think of En Vogue lyric I heard on Saturday night live in approximately 1993: "Free your mind and the rest will follow", and also a David Byrne lyric off of his "look into the eye ball" album (I'm pretty sure it is "let your mind be Freeeee", or something like that). I finished this drawing in central park yesterday while waiting for my appointment with my 'diabetic specialist' surrounded by little children chasing birds with swords made out of balloons.
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I mean it though! Let your mind be free! If you love something LET IT GO!

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Back on track!

I have been away but now I have now returned.

Here is what I have been working on!

1)A Double portrait of Gene Wilder and the sheep that he is in love with. A commission that references a story in the Woody Allen (also pictured) movie"Everything you ever wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask". They are both 30X 40" and painted in oil. Photobucket
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2) Edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel- SPANKED! This is an ad for her web tour. I drew it Justine Zwiebel designed it-
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Get “Spanked” here

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3) This is a book cover for Blake Maddens 'The List Maker' a very cool book you should keep an eye out for. My friend Jeremy Joi (author of 'The Night Auditor') brought me on for this. Photobucket

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