Watermelons, cantalopes, and honey dew have nothing in common with Matthew Curry's work except for the fact that they are all really sweet. Matt resides in DC and besides painting also does some really nice graphic design. Oh and by the way this image is croped a lil different then his painting but still gives you the feel for his work. If i would have tried to fit the whole thing you wouldn t catch any of the detail.
Thursday, July 28, 2005
Tim Tomkinson is an illustrator out of Brooklyn. The first time i saw this guys work i didn t like it at all. a week later i looked at it again and thought i was schizo because i couldn't figure out why I didn't like it the first time. Because i loved it the second time, and still do to this day.
www.show-me-dq.com is a collabrative drawing sketchbook that is on there 3rd issue. It features a bunch of drawings by French, Brazilian, and Italian artists. A couple with well known hockey last names like Potvin and Bourque which is always a good thing.
Wednesday, July 27, 2005
Well Nick is at it again at Le Gallery this month showing with Dalek. The Wacky Doodler on Flickr was kind enough to question Wil Kucey (who i might mention is a hell of a gentleman as well) at Le Gallery for some images of Nicks latest and posted them on her Flickr account. I highly recommend that you go and explore through his wonderfully detailed works. There is also an interesting interview with Nick and Dalek regarding the show and other stuff by Wil of Le Gallery on www.dopefiend.ca under the features section.
Chris Jordan is from Seattle (that city and photography is starting to haunt me), and takes photos of industrial yards and waste facilities. He has been published in the New York times and Smithsonian Magizine. Here is what he has to say about his photography.
"As I explore around our country’s industrial yards and waste facilities, where the accumulated detritus of our consumption is exposed like eroded layers in the Grand Canyon, I find evidence of a slow-motion apocalypse in progress. I am appalled by these scenes, yet also drawn into them with awe and fascination. The immense scale of our consumption can appear desolate, macabre, oddly comical, full of irony, even strangely beautiful; for me its consistent feature is a staggering complexity. Perhaps our vast piles of junk can serve as visual metaphors for the difficult questions that we Americans face as the earth's most voracious resource gluttons."
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
Monday, July 25, 2005
Ok this one is a lil unusual for me but i dig his landscapes. Eyvind Earle is a illustrator that used to work for disney doing backgrounds and such. I really like his use of color and they're grafically beautiful. Love the big trees and the snow.
Friday, July 22, 2005
This is the invite for a split show between labrona, other, thesis, and myself (7teen). The opening is August 6th 6pm - 10pm at Primary Space in Hamtramck MI. There will be an installation done by all of the artists and all the artists will be present at the opening. If in the area Please swing by and check it out.
This guys work is money. Top dollar bill ya ll (alright i am done being an idiot). I saw this and fell in love with the painting. Daniel graduated from Art Center and lives in Southern Cal. Does illustration and is rep'd by Frank Sturgis. He also does some wonderful paintings of birds. Check his stuff out.
Thursday, July 21, 2005
A few posts ago i mentioned Os Gemeos (peter sutherlands blog spot). Os Gemeos are two brothers from brazil that rock hard on some real amazing graff type ish. I found an amazing source of images of there stuff as well as some other writers from the southern half of the americas. Check out the great library of images at www.lost.art.br/graff.html.
Wednesday, July 20, 2005
Another lil tid bit from Seattle. I had the fortunate experience of meeting up with Robert while i was out in seattle. We did some drawings and dranks a beer or two and i also got to meet his wife and daughter. Anyways I plan to do an interview with him for this site but in the meantime go and check out farmer bobs farm. He is a highly talented individual and is extremely dedicated to his work. If your in seattle or near seattle go to Kuhlman's (2419 1st Ave in Belltown) and check out his stuff in person, for the web does not do his work justice.
Tuesday, July 19, 2005
Bio Diesel + Unimog = the coolest thing ever. I ve been waiting for my lil fourbangin chevy prizm to eventually die to try to get a bio diesel vehicle. Meanwhile when i was out in seattle i saw a unimog and fell in love with them again, its been a long time since i have come accross one. Today i was reading up on bio diesel conversions for an 82 chevy chevette and made the connection that there are diesel unimogs. So that means that it is possible to do a Biodiesel unimog. The most enviromentally friendly land crusher (even though i like to be as enviromentally friendly as possible i have a HUGE guilty pleasure for off roading and 4x4ing. I dont 4x4 right now but would love to be). Anyways here are a couple of good websites to check out regarding biodiesel.
Monday, July 18, 2005
Labrona is one of the other artist that i will be showing with @ Pr1mary Space here in detroit. Labrona is residing in the cold nothern city of montreal and has been known to throw some drawings around on freights. He has been showcased in "Graffiti World" by Nicholas Ganz and has also traveled to both near and far. Just got a box of his work to pass along to the gallery and i loved this one.
Well, here we go again after a lil hiatus to Seattle. While I was there i was staying with a photographer by the name of Pat Buckley and he turned me on to Peter Sutherland. Sutherland was born in Ann Arbor raised in Colorado and resides in NYC since 98. He has a book published entitled "Autograf: New York City's Graffiti Writer's" Published by powerHouse Books. Be sure to stop by his site - Peter Sutherland - and also check out his portriats of artists. The picture above is a portriat of Os Gemeos.
Friday, July 01, 2005
Here is a Painting i just finished just recently but started quite a while ago. This piece will most likely be in the show at Pr1mary Space In August with the forementioned people. Other, Labrona, and Thesis for the From Four o One show.
9 x 16 x 1.75
An excellent collective. The collective consists of Daikon, David Ellis, Doze Green, Maya Hayuk, Alice Helander, Kenji Hirata, Mike Houston, Che Jen, Kami, KR, Alex Lebedev, Madsaki, Martin Mazorra, Christian Mendoza, Mike Ming, Blust One, West One, Stephen Powers, Jose Parla, Rostarr, Sasu, Yuri Shimojo, South, Swoon, Chuck Webster, Kiku Yamaguchi, and documentarians Joey Garfield, Miyuki Hirai, and Gion Yukio. Some serious names with some serious talent. Check out thier site if you haven t already. they have some nice time lapse painting movies that are quite incredible.