It’s pretty warm outside. We’ve been lucky to only have a handful of 100+ degree days this summer which is a nice change. I’m back in the swing over here with a couple projects wrapping up and a few more in the works.
I’ve been enjoying working over at Bearded Lady, both for and with them on a bunch of different things. We updated the website with some new photos of what they’ve been working on.
Go take a look.
Another fun project, this time with Shannon, Darrin and Mancub up at YJSC. Over many beers, we hatched up some designs riffing on the Saints and Star Trek. We’ll print up some t-shirts just in time for football season.
Other than that, I’m trying to have a summer and relax when I can.
Get in touch for any new projects you have upcoming in the fall and stay cool.
Finally getting around to posting some other photos. While I was in New York, I got to hang with good friends Cheltron and Motherbrain, aka, Michelle and Jeremy. We went to a Bastille Day event and then went and saw Jeremy’s show at Le Petite Mort.
Fun times with these two rad ones. Word on the street is that they may move back down to Texas.
Just some photos from the trip.
I was lucky to be a part of this rad project launching G-SHOCK’s newest camo line of watches. Frank151 produced PROFILES, a look into three artist’s interpretation of camouflage. Along with artists Jona Cerwinske (Miami) and Jamie Story (Los Angeles), I took the idea of camo and expanded on some artwork which was then used for packaging, a zine cover and t-shirts released at the events.
All in all, this was one of the raddest things I’ve done in a while.
Huge thanks to the folks at G-SHOCK, Frank151, Centre for promoting independent artwork. Check out the images below and click here to read more about the events.
Dice, from Frank151 and me at the Dallas event at Centre
NEW YORK EVENT:
Raekwon from Wu-Tang Clan and me at the New York event at the G-SHOCK SOHO store
Honored to have some artwork in this upcoming show in Boulder, Colorado all about the band we all loved, WEEN.
Here’s my work for the show. I made a sign out of the quote from Aaron Freeman and a patch from the most epic Ween song.