The latest blacklight painting is a portrait of Jurassic Park character, Robert Muldoon. I'm trying to advance a little bit with each painting. Still finding my legs, but I feel like this one turned out alright. I don't think it totally looks like Muldoon so much but if anyone's seen the movie hopefully they'll figure it out - he's the Australian hunter guy! 11x17, florescent acrylic on panel, same as the last few pieces. Digital prints for this and any other piece available upon request. Just send me an email: jinho29 (at) yahoo. This was done for a group show curated by Brandon Bird and Julia Vickerman. Here is the info on the show. If you're in the LA area please try to check it out (for the two days it's up 12/3/11 and 12/4/11).
I'm very fortunate and grateful to be in the legendary classic video game themed 2011 Super I Am 8 Bit show at the brand new 8 Gallery. Instead of doing Mario or Zelda, I thought I'd try doing some well known and lesser known bad asses of video game history in, naturally, flourescent acrylic. I'll try to get a better picture at some point. See who you can spot. Official list of games that inspired this painting: Bad Dudes, Final Fight, Street Fighter, Ghosts 'n Goblins, Altered Beast, Shinobi, Wizard of Wor, Golden Axe, Rolling Thunder. These are all games I personally grew up with and spent many hours and quarters on.
Another blacklight painting - flourescent acrylic on panel! This is supposed to be Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson as syndicated afternoon cartoon action heroes. Debuts at R&R Gallery in LA - Opening Friday, June 24, 2011 8pm-12midnight. Check it out! Thanks to Madsteez for inviting me!
Two blacklight paintings I did for the Yo Gabba Gabba Art Show at Meltdown - opening 6/3/11. Both were done with flourescent acrylic paint. If anyone is interested in purchases, please contact me at krofftwerk (at) gmail.com - Click Here to see pictures from the opening party.
12 Step Motivational #1: Brobee
12 Step Motivational #2: Foofa