Carrot Man Dance Loop

Little animation loop I did for this awesome monthly animation contest called LoopdeLoop: http://loopdeloop.org .  Check it out - there’s way better stuff on there than mine.  This is really my first time trying to do animation so, hey, better to try than to not.


The Birds Sing a Pretty Song

New painting for Nico Colaleo's awesome art show, DAMN FINE COFFEE: Artistic Tributes to Twin Peaks at Meltdown Comics' gallery.  5"x7" Fluorescent Acrylic on Art Board (sold).  Hopefully it's clear but this is meant to be the backwards/forwards-talking dwarf in the red room as played by Michael J. Anderson.  Just thinking of him makes me smile.  Although, I still don't know who or what he was supposed to be or represent or...?  Above is the digital version, below is a photo of the actual painting illuminated with a blacklight.  


Neon Devilman Lady

Back to painting with fluorescent acrylics!  Here is "Neon Devilman Lady" an 8" x 10" painting on illustration board for the Go Nagai Tribute Art Show at Q Pop Shop in Los Angeles, CA.  This is available for purchase HERE.  The above is a digital representation but to get the full effect of the paint colors, you really have to see in person the original illuminated with a blacklight.  Hard to capture with a camera but here below is a photograph to give you an idea. 


Up Chuckie

Print I did for the ShizNICK Nickelodeon tribute art show at iam8bit gallery, combining to great icons of the 90s - Chuckie from Rugrats and Garbage Pail Kids.  But you knew all this already.  Limited edition of 30 signed and numbered 8x10 Giclee prints - in color even!  It’s not true fluorescent unfortunately. To purchase a print, CLICK HERE.


Neon Spock

Painting I did for the amazing Kali Fontecchio's Star Trek Tribute Art Show at QPop Shop.  This is a digital preview but the final is 5"x7" flourescent acrylic on art board.  Come check out the show if you can!  Great funny cool weird and geeky as hell.


Sacred Neon Heart

I submitted this piece for the La Luz de Jesus gallery's open submission show but didn't make it in.  On the bright side, I was told that it was "really close", so I take comfort and carry on and am glad to have been a blip on their radar ever so briefly.