Thursday, August 26, 2010
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Recently I was given the opportunity to contribute some art on sketch cards to help the Third Annual steve4mod sketch card auctions benefiting the March of Dimes. All proceeds go to saving babes! The art you see above are the cards in questions, fortunately the Jack and Sally were so well received that they were immediately purchased! If you would like to purchase one of the remaining cards and help contribute to a wonderful cause, simply click here. Oh and yes, that is the first ever produced Goth Grrl/Wesley sketch card! Happy Bidding!
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Sunday, August 15, 2010
Monday, August 9, 2010
A couple of months ago, I was asked if I would like to partake in an upcoming sketch card series for none other then Jim Mahfood's Mix Tape. WOULD I!! As most of you know Jim Mahfood is one of the most rad artists out there today and an obvious influence on the way I approach my live art. With no hesitation I jumped on it and produced 12 original sketch cards for his series. Above are two of the 12 cards that were produced and has made it out to the general public. For those unfamiliar with sketch cards, it is basically original art created on a trading cards. I definitely had a blast mixing this set and I look forward to future jams.
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Sunday, August 8, 2010
What wild times we live in and as I have said times before, I am grateful for the opportunities that I get to have as an artist. Last Wednesday, I had the opportunity to jam out some live art with fellow artist Daniel Dagones (bottom left) and Justin Brooks (bottom right) at the Border City Ale House and it was a great vibe. From speaking art techniques to meeting some great folks from El Paso and Las Cruces, it was definitely an event to remember. My contribution for the night was created from black and red ink on Illustration board (top right). The night also set up a stage where the three artist would change off on a collaboration piece where each would add something else where the last artist left off (top right). Thanks to all the folks who joined us and showed their support, a special thanks to the folks at Limelight Productions (Gabby, Brenda and James) for putting this together and the rad folks at the Border City Ale House for giving us a place to shine. On a side note, if you want to see some stellar photos taken of the event, visit Brojo Photography and click on Bordercity Ale House tab and click on the Limelight_Art_Project at the bottom of the page. Thank you El Paso and Las Cruces, Good Night!
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Monday, August 2, 2010
Really looking forward to rocking out next to the super talented art styles of Justin and Daniel while vibing to the fresh beats from DJ Louie Loudini! Thanks to the awesome individuals from Limelight Productions, we are going to be the first artists to be featured in their series of live art shows called "The Art Project". Location is at the Border City Ale House August 4th 7pm-11pm. Artwork will be on exhibit and for sale during the show. It will be rad gig, so bring your friends, and tell your neighbors!
Posted by Anonymous at 9:36 PM