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September 28, 2009


] TEK [ (48x22)
Thanks to everyone for coming out to the Halcyon ]SOLO[ show!! It was a success and a great time. Check out the paintings that are up and some of the pictures of the crowd, for more of those you can go here.

If you weren't able to make the opening, the show will be up for another month and a half, so come through. ]THE ORIGINALS[ (16x26 each)
]MOOKID[ (20x26)

]KING OF WHAT[ (26x38)

]DUB VERSION[ (32x18)

]DISCO TO DISCO[ (36x36)

]BOOGIE DOWN[ (36x36)

]CHAMPION SOUND[ (20.5x40)

]THE LOFT[ (40x20.5)


September 16, 2009


So, I'm having my first EVER solo show in NYC. It's going down during the DUMBO Arts Festival, one of the biggest arts festivals in the city at Halcyon Gallery (which is a mixture of a record store and a gallery). It's happening on September 26. It's called, you guessed it: ]SOLO[ and it's going to be featuring about 10 paintings that are acrylic on large wood pieces along with a few smaller plexi-glass pieces similar to the other ones I've done.

I'm really excited for this show and the opportunity to finally show my work to everyone at such a great place. Thunderdog, NYCO, and Wizard Sleeve have all been awesome enough to sponsor the event and help make it happen.

I hope to see all your faces there!
Any questions, contact me at bloktinfo@gmail.com.

And of course, all the work will be for sale, so bring your rich uncle...or something.

If you don't get a chance to make it out that weekend, you'll be seeing some photos up on the site soon, so stay tuned.



These are a few of the illustrations I did for Corbis to add to their stock illustration library. These were part of a contribution to Corbis from the Thunderdog Collective.

Check out the other artists on there if you get a chance....some awesome work!

media: water color and ink.


September 15, 2009


Last year, I submitted my work to a small arts festival in my hometown of Rochester, NY called Artist Row. I wasn't able to make it up because of obligations in the city, but thanks to my sister and mom, it went great.

This year, they selected me to show again and this time, I'll be there to see it all go down. I'm hoping it'll be a success and that the city that inspired me to make art will be inspired by my work.

The market is open this upcoming weekend, on Saturday, September 20 from 10am - 4pm. There'll be live music, good food, and some awesome artists showing, not to mention the hippie elite of Rochester.
I'll be showing some water color illustration prints that'll be for sale, along with stickers and smaller pieces.

So, to all my 585 friends, I'd love to see you all there. And to whoever else wants to take the trip, let me know!

Above is the flyer for the event.

Photos coming soon...


September 14, 2009


Last weekend on Saturday, Sept. 12th, I got the opportunity to do my second live painting gig in NYC at Halcyon's 10th Anniversary party at South Street Seaport. I was filling some big shoes, but I think I still killed it.

They had DJ Jazzy Jay and Danny Krivit spinning late into the night, oysters, awesome Brooklyn Pilsner, circus freaks, breakdancers, kids' activities, t-shirt printing, mini-golf, sand-castle building, the list goes on. Let's just say that they had everything going on.

I started with some vinyl masking to get some basic shapes and lines, then I washed it all with some acrylic paint, white gesso, and spray paint. After that was done, I went in and defined the shapes further with some brighter acrylics to give it some more contrast.

Let me know what you think.

For more event photos, go here.


September 13, 2009


I promised you guys some more angry republicans....as if there aren't enough of them to go around.

Grab that 9 iron and have yourselves a tea party.


September 12, 2009


You know how green is the new black and 30 is the new 20? You know what I say besides those sayings are nauseating?

I say BMX is the new fixed gear.

I got a BMX years ago and even though I'm 6'-4" I started riding that thing up and down Brooklyn with everyone looking at me like I was riding a goddamn unicycle. I'd only see the occasional street crew of 14 year olds doing tricks I wouldn't dare try at my age (which didn't make me feel great, but it was better than what's going on now.)

Nowadays, you can't chuck a Venti soy hazelnut latte without hitting some punkass hipster riding a BMX.

So, here it is...an ode to when I was the lone 27-year-old gunman out there with my freak bike.


September 11, 2009


Does "hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil" have to only apply to chimpanzees? Why must we be so uncivilized? Here's my human version...slightly updated. I like the way the water color turned out.

Also available in the acrylic, spray paint, plexi-glass version.


September 10, 2009


When Buddhapparel, an independent apparel company from San Francisco, contacted me about an illustration I sent them a while back of the Beastie Boys, I shuddered when I realized that the illustration was on an old hard drive that crashed. Just my luck...

So, I took a copy of the old illustration (top) re-vamped it, updated it, and created the illustration below it.

Should I start my very own Paul's Boutique? No? Too far?