LA Weekly's got an interview with me about the Henry & GLenn Gang Bang art show.
Read it here!
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Thursday, February 17, 2011
I'm hard at work finishing up my next graphic novel The Wolf... I've been "hard at work finishing" this book for over a year now, but it will actually be completely done in a few weeks.
So, for no real reason I'm gonna post a bunch of art that I did way back in 1996-97.
I made these the year before I went to SFAI for my MFA. I was very inspired by artists like Robert Rauschenberg and Cy Twombley and free-jazz and noise music like Boredoms, John Zorn and John Coltrane. I loved using found objects, collage from old books, and exploring memories and dreams and abstract story-telling.
I feel like that period of time was when I was the most "free" as an artist. A time when I was full of ideas and possibilities and enough pre-art-school naivete to think that I could make art out of anything.
I still look back to these pieces for inspiration - they act like a time-machine to my younger self.