Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Mouse man progression part 2

Spray painted base layer colors for each of the body pieces. Pro tip- black electrical tape is perfect for masking areas. It bends well to the contours of the vinyl and it peels up easily.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Mouse man progression part 1

This is a project I'm working on for the upcoming Adult Swim tribute show at Gallery1988. I'm doing a Dangerdoom inspired Qee. Someone mentioned to me that taking pictures of the progression might be a good idea. I agreed so here we are! Part 1, disassembly and sanding of the Qee (sorry Frank Kozik's Anar-qee, you were cheaper and easier to come by than a blank DIY qee). Pro tip-hit the vinyl toy with a hairdryer for a few minutes and the limbs pop right out.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Tuesday, December 6, 2011


This Sunday I will be selling my wares at the Punk Rock Flea Market holiday Edition! If you're in the Philly area, come swing by, say sup and buy a print or two. Below are some details about the event.


It's that time again for the bi-annual (twice a year) PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET. R5's most popular reoccurring event/show/whatever (by far). They had over 3500 visitors and 250+ tables of  old records, clothes, art, music, food, junk, bicycles, stereo equipment, instruments, automobiles, tools, posters, furniture, computers, skateboards and lots of other stuff last summer. It's all going down at THE PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET DOME which is a brand new giant warehouse located right across the street from The Starlight Ballroom.

It's the biggest location  yet  - giving them ability to host over 250 vendors in one single room - including yours truly. All proceeds raised will go to the purchase of necessary equipment and supplies to ensure that all ages shows continue to remain a reality at The First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia - mainly an annual payment for their liability insurance policy. Do not let the "name of the event" lead you to believe that it's just punk records, clothes etc. - it's a full on flea market with everything from furniture, to laptops / computers , to stereo equipment, to handmade apparel, to vegan treats, information from various non-profit groups, book stores, artists selling their work, bicycles & skateboards and whatever else they can fit onto the floor at this brand new location.

Venue Information:
461 N. 9th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19123