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Announcements, Artwork / 04.04.2017

I recently submitted a piece for Gallery 1988's Memes show. It's based off of the Success Kid meme and even includes a cameo by you-know-who. The show will be next Friday, April 14 at their West location on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. If you happen to attend the show, snap a photo and send it to me![vc_row row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no"...

Artwork / 25.01.2017

In August, Eastern Cafe approached me to exhibit a piece in their cafe located in Chinatown. They had a big wall with high ceilings and were looking for a large piece to be featured on it. Ken, the art curator, suggested I could use the Pandamonium piece I did over a year ago or make a new piece entirely. I hadn't gotten around to prepping...

Artwork / 20.10.2016

I recently finished a piece for an upcoming show at Gallery 1988 (East) in LA on October 29.  The piece will be featured in a collective show titled "Tiny Tales" where all of the artwork will be based on classic children's books. As much as I would've love to paint "The Little Prince" or "The Hungry Caterpillar" or any of the Roald Dahl books, but I...