Sunday, December 5, 2010

Dear Bay Area

I'm sorry if I ever said anything to offend you. I didn't mean it.


Monday, November 22, 2010

The Stranger

I just finished reading The Stranger by Albert Camus.

A lot was made clear that was already clear, but is now
somehow very much clearer.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Friend Show

flyer art by Ryan De La Hoz and Mia Christopher

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Saturday, April 3, 2010

We Ride At Night

We Ride At Night Group Exhibition
Opening tonight - Saturday April 3rd 7-10pm
@Gallery Heist 679 Geary St
San Francisco, Ca

All sorts of badassery donning the walls, and there shall be
some "hyper limited edition" shirts for sale as well.
Be there or do something else.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Infinite thanks to Jay Howell for scoring me the opportunity to appear
in the April Issue of Juxtapoz. Thanks, Jay. I owe you like...50 beers.

They Moved The Tombstones But Not The Bodies

Upcoming Group Exhibition:
"They Moved the Tombstones but Not the Bodies"
Opening Reception Friday April 2nd 7-11pm
@C.A.V.E. Gallery
507 Rose Ave
Venice, Ca 90291

Saturday, February 20, 2010

The Narrowness of Thorough Consideration

Opening March 5th 2010 7-10pm
803 Pacific Ave
Santa Cruz Ca
Show runs until April 2nd

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Demon God Goblin Heaven

This is a page from the first issue of a comic I'm doing with the skin-searingly
talented Jonny Negron. It shall be 42 pages and it shall burn your mind.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Future Scope

The Great Cosmic Force has been good to me these past
few months, and continues to do so with unnerving
consistency. A man ought only be afforded so much
good karma.


I recently appeared in Faesthetic 12, thanks to the kindness
of its founder and curator Dustin Amery Hostetler aka UPSO.
It is my first comic published in physical format. Other artists
featured include John MacNair, Emmanuel Romeuf and a
great many others. It is available for purchase at the above link.


John Trippe was kind enough to include me in the holiday group
show "Side 2 Side" at Fecal Face Dot Gallery, which opened on
December 10th and will be up for about a week. The list of other
artists is long and mighty, and it is an honor to appear among them.
All of the work is brilliant and affordable. I highly recommend
stopping by before it comes down.


Reynard Seifert posted a few of my comics on his site
There is some excellent writing and music to be seen/heard, as well
as some comics by the unreasonably talented Jonny Negron. I've had
the pleasure of collaborating with Jonny for the past few weeks - all
I can say is that the guy is going to take the comics world by storm
when he decides to make himself known.


Finally - in March I will be having my third solo exhibition at The Krate,
a Clothing/Record/Art Boutique in Santa Cruz, California.


Stay tuned for updates. Thanks for stopping by.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

The End

a group show at MOHS exhibit in Copenhagen, Denmark.

November 27th-December 21st

So if you're in Copenhagen...

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Monday, September 21, 2009

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Brain Grain

"Doesn't look like that dog is too interested in the art!" Thanks mom!

Thanks to anyone who made it to the Fecal Face opening a few weeks
back, and thanks to everyone with the courage to spend a little money
on a drawing. Well done. More thanks: Thanks to my girlfriend for all the time
spent helping with(doing) everything I put off until the last second and thanks
to the Trippes for running such a fine website and gallery and sailboat and
for taking these photos of my big night and thanks to the SF Chronicle for doing
that nice little write up and thanks to MJ for reminding everybody that, in spite
of advances in modern medicine, it is no less important to take good care of your heart!



The above piece went to the insanely well curated Scribble 08
film premier/exhibition. Everything on the walls with the exception of
this was top notch. Thanks again to Mark Murphy for the opportunity.


In other news, for those of you who are looking to have your eyes at least
partially opened to some ideas that will surely throw a wrench in your daily
routine, do yourself a favor and go check out one(or all three) of these books
from the library. Daniel Quinn is the frumpy bitter old man behind the books;
and while he is perhaps a little too self important and redundant for his own
good, the man has some pointed things to say about how things got to be this way
and how to look at our culture's collective situation without sighing hopelessly.

The Story of B
My Ishmael

Ideally they will act as a spring board for your brain into a totally new and incredibly
relevant realm of attainable knowledge! In other words: don't have kids until you've
read these books! Algebraic!

Saturday, June 13, 2009


My first solo show inside San Francisco will be taking place at Fecal
Face Dot Gallery July 8th-11th as a part of their In-N-Out series.
Each artist is granted one week to fill the gallery with new work.
Gigantic thanks to John Trippe for the fine opportunity and for his
daily service to the art community. Head here for more info.

Also next month is the Scribble08 Film Premier and Art Exhibition
where I will have one 18"x18" piece on display. The event takes place
Thursday July 23rd from 6:30PM-11:30PM at Wonderhaus in San
Diego(1600 National Avenue, San Diego, CA 92113). The date coincides
with Comic-Con, so if you're in the area do stop by. The lineup is ridiculous
and I consider myself extremely fortunate to be involved.

Other artists:
Tim Biskup, Cathie Bleck, Matthew Bone, Kelsey Brookes, Marc Burckhardt,
Sas Christian, Kevin Christy, Christian and Rob Clayton, Robert Connett,
Tony Fitzpatrick, AJ Fosik, Femke Hiemstra, Hiru Kurata, James Jean,
Chris Mars, Jeff Soto, Gary Taxali, Thesis, Mark Todd, Damon Soule,
Esther Pearl Watson, Kent Williams, and Martin Wittfooth

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Full Steam Ahead

There are a lot of extremely exciting things coming up in the next few months.
This will be the place to find out about them as they approach.

I am still working on getting my etsy store up and running. I'm in the process
of moving right now, so it will probably be a few more weeks before it's where
I'd like it to be.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

The Protectors of Heaven

The Protectors of Heaven are soon to be available as a pack of three 5x7
xerox prints on some pretty average card stock. But it's a recession, right?
Signed and limited to 40 sets. $10 each. Thanks to my lovely girlfriend
whose idea it was to make them and who dragged my lazy ass around the
city to get them done. I'll let you folks know when they're officially available.

Saturday, April 18, 2009


My father is a genius.


Painted this over Easter weekend in exchange for some computer maintenance.

My computer remains broken.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Sketch Tuesday

Coverage over at Fecal Face.

For those folks who've not attended, Sketch Tuesday happens
every third Tuesday(roughly) at 111 Minna. The Fecal Face
calendar generally has the exact date each month. There are
always a bunch of great artist making great art and selling it
on the spot for next to nothing. For collectors it's a good place
to buy, and for artists it's an excellent place to meet other
artists and trade with them.


I'm going to have prints for sale soon. They'll look something like this:

Thanks, Maxwell, for helping me get the site up.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Monday, March 23, 2009