Slashfilm posted up a sneak peek of the upcoming ‘Six Seasons And A Movie’ happening towards the end of next month and it included my piece for the show, “His name was Alex”. So I figured it was safe to share some photos of it! Hope you guys like it!
The actor who plays Starburns, Dino Stamatopoulos has been involved in quite a few stop motion projects such as Moral Orel and Frankenhole, wrote Community’s stop motion episode, and co founded a stop mo studio, Starburns Industries! So I thought it would be fitting to immortalize his character in puppet form. Had a lot of fun making this!
The show runs June 23-24 presented by PixelDrip Gallery at Monk Space in L.A. Check out more info here! It’s going to be an amazing show, hope you can make it out!
A sneak peek of my piece for the Six Seasons and a Movie art show! There’s only a few days left to help fund the kickstarter so make sure you go check it out!
The Super Punch Tarot art show is coming up at Bear and Bird Gallery! Check out my King of Coins piece on the flyer!
Also coming up in March is the Wizard World Toronto Comic Con which I was invited to exhibit at. Really excited for that one as it’s my first time attending the show! Hope to see some of you there!
Further down the road in May is TCAF which I will be returning to exhibit at this year! I had such a great time last year and met so many people. I’m really looking forward to this show! Best of all it’s free to attend so everyone should come check it out!
Lastly, Thurop Van Orman has started releasing some images from his new project, Black Forest. Last year he commissioned me to do some text embroidery based off of his design and there it is on the top left corner. Kind of neat to be involved in a tiny way
The holiday show “From Me To You” opened last Saturday at Show & Tell Gallery in Toronto. A good time was had! Thanks so much to everyone who made it out to the opening. The show is on until Jan 29th so make sure to go check it out if you’re in the area! Here’s the five paintings I did for the show.
“Dressed To Impress”
“Dracula”, “Robo Dracula”, “Milkman”, and “Were Milkman”