Sunday, October 28, 2012


An extra hour wait in the freezing cold for the doors to open.
Worth it. Really fun show. So glad they came!
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kittehs on a keyboard!
Josh Hodges
Shawn Glassford and a lot of fog goin' on!
Keil Corcoran
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Keil Corcoran
She crowd surfed for quite a while...
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Josh Hodges

All photos:
Canon Zoom 35mm
Fuji Color 800 Speed Film

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Homemade Mummy pt.2

Speaking of Homemade Mummys, here's Aesop Rock's new video
Homemade Mummy. Love this guy.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Friday, October 19, 2012

Free Fridayz on FFDC/ Ghost Busters


Ermahgerd! My drawing for FecalFaceDotCom's
Free Fridayz contest was accepted. This week's
theme is Ghost Busters. Check it! (#1). Please
vote if you'd like. It's all in fun and I might win
like a pair of cool socks, or a T, or something!
There were a lot of good submissions.

*note: All you have to be is logged into your account when voting (FB, Twitter, Google) for your vote to  count. This prevents cheating. 


Friday, October 12, 2012


Overview and photos up on the blog now
Check them out, over here...
TERRAIN 5, 2012 

Sunday, October 7, 2012

VERTIGO (Continuous Looped Video)

Words cannot describe how incredible Terrain 5
was this year. A lot of amazing art and music. It was really nice to see all your lovely faces. We're making history in our city and this year's theme is so true.... We ALL Build this together! For those who couldn't make it, here's a video of Vertigo that I'd promised to share after the event. Photos of the event to come shortly.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

JUXTAPOZ Curated by Alex Pardee


Picked up the last one off the shelf at
Hastings today. So stoked.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Give Thanks

This week I was able to thank two Vietnam
Vets for their service to our country. One, a
black man who wore his hat proudly as he
had shopped and the other a homeless man in
a wheelchair on a local corner with a sign asking
for help. He was concerned that his beard was a

It felt good seeing the big smiles on both of their
faces as I expressed  my appreciation and of  their
importance to my generation. They need that 
affirmation. They deserve it. It was worth the 5
minute stop. And coincidentally, 34 WWII Veterans
from Spokane flew out this morning for D.C. to
see the memorial built in their honor. How special
is that!?

Boards With History

July, 2013

I get my skate decks used from a local pop skate shop, sand them down, but still leaving a few grooves from tricks the skater did on the board. I love the fact that these boards have visited a lot places, rad spots, have performed some amazing tricks, and some amazing falls too. This is the reason I call these "Boards With History". A very nostalgic thought and connection for me in particular. Plus the boards get a second chance at being reincarnated as art pieces.
When someone purchases one of my skateboards, they also get a little history underneath the artwork. 


A couple of years ago a friend gave me this little refrigerator magnet. It says, over the background of one of Jackson Pollock's drip paintings, "Never Apologize For Your Art." I love this quote and I look at it every time I open my refrigerator door. Very encouraging. Now all that to say this. I will never apologize for my art. BUT. I will let someone know when I think it sucks or I executed it poorly from my mind to the canvas as I felt I did on this piece, Fryerstarter. I wasn't happy with it from the finish and after finally getting some time to sand down the red sphere and redo Bob's Donuts in a simple fresh font... I am happy. And as my hero Jackson Pollock once said, "Sometimes I lose a painting. But I have no fear of changes, of destroying the image, because a painting has a life of its own. I kind of let it live."

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"Let me put you up on Bob's Donuts, controller of the warm deep fryer that charms cobras..." -Fryerstarter

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Acrylic on Skateboard

So I've been back in the 'studio' which consists of
where ever I can lay my artwork. I've been
working on a new board design that I thought
you might like to see as it progressed in
increments of time during these past couple
of weeks. 

The basic reference to this board is based on
one of Aesop Rock's songs, Fryerstarter, from
his new album Skelethon which is so good by
the way.  

To view other boards I've done visit: