Tuesday, April 29, 2008

I want your skull

Ryan has influenced and encouraged me to submit a piece to the magazine, I Want Your Skull It was fun to bust out the watercolors again after having avoided them for months. I'm not sure if this is an image I can use in my portfolio, but it was really fun to do. And who knows, perhaps they'll use it in their next issue... here's hoping..
Anyway, below is what my image turned out to be.


This is the cropped and blk and wht image I've submitted to I Want Your Skull

This is the original painting I did

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Burren Book

This is a recent book that I've made. I wanted to give myself more of a design project, and I decided to do a little promo for the Burren College of Art. At the present moment, this book is only for concept, but perhaps the school would like to use it, or some form of it. I'm curious to hear what everyone thinks about it., and please, feel free to be brutally honest.
- K

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

San Francisco 4.18 - 4.22

I know that a new post is long over due, so I'll do my best to make this interesting. I just got back from an excellent adventure to San Francisco. The reason for this trip was to see mr. R.M. Hanson's painting up at the Space Gallery as well as to visit my dear friend Hayley, and bum around the city for a few days. Here are the highlights..

R.M. Hanson in front of his piece, "One of a Thousand Faces: Bloody London”

To see more of the work from "Attack of the B-Movie" check out www.creepmachine.com

The next night, Ryan and I attended the Varnish Gallery's 5-year anniversary opening.

I heart Mel Kadel

We had to check out the new Fecal Face gallery

Works from Jeana Sohn

San Fran is full of amazing graffiti

and hillarious window displays

we had to do a few touristy things..

San Francisco is full of amazing, and cheap sushi. Oh so delicious.

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Installation 4: Scion art tour at the Rogue Buddha Gallery

All dolled up for the show

Keith and Ryan admiring James Jean

I heart Mel Kadel

Blek Le Rat

Keith and I in front of a piece by Mel Kadel

Somebody arrived to the show in style. We, however, used the oh-so-glamorious public transit system

After the show we got hungry.. mmm.. cheetos =)

Last night I attended the Installation 4 opening at the Rogue Buddha Gallery in N.E. Minneapolis. The show has been on tour since July, and is featuring some of my favorite artists such as Mel Kadel, James Jean, Cody Hudson, Dalek, etc. It was such an amazing show. If you didn't make it out to the opening last night, the show will be up until the 19th.


Friday, April 4, 2008

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Recent works

Here are some recent illustrations/sketches I've been doing lately. Enjoy, enjoy.