Monday, April 28, 2008



See my latest painting created as a time lapse video at

Friday, April 25, 2008

Please give meta a break

For the love of all things spoken, could we all agree to a moratorium
on using the prefix "meta" as a word to describe pretty much
everything lately?

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Tangential non-smoking painting

For sanity's sake I popped this one out last week in an attempt to
cope with quitting smoking among other things.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Happy McStar Wars

Sometime back in 1997 I had way too much time on my hands and made some stop motion videos using a old VHS camera, my roommate's computer, and a bunch of action figures and Happy Meal toys I had laying around. The first one was a very loose take off of Star Wars. There was no sound then, so I added some today. I lost some of my favorite clips that have been corrupted. Likely from being moved from hard drive to hard drive over the years. What you see below are all that is left of my 8 Russell Street animated short shorts.

iPhone = Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

I wish Douglas Adams were alive to have his very own iPhone. I bet he'd have loved it.

Monday, April 14, 2008

Ever had one of those nights?

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Obama on a kendama

Recently painted this little portrait of Barrack Obama on a kendama
for Paul Miller over at . Not entirely sure
what he's got planned for it but I'm sure there will be video soon.

Portrait of Aaron

You can see the time lapse video of this painting of my friend Aaron
over at .

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Shirts based on Time Lapse Painting #6 and Blue Painting

These wicked nice shirts can be found over at spreadshirt... Check 'em out. Buy one for someone awesome, and one for someone else-ome.

Shirts & Stuff

Shirts, Mugs & More emblazoned with Time Lapse Painting #5 available now! Here

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Distant relatives?

I just painted this kendama for my friend Paul Miller over at

. More on that later. Anyhow I'm about to mail it back to him along with an old webcam of mine when I noticed an odd resemblance between the two. One designed hundreds if not thousands of years ago, and the other within the last eight years.

Granted they both serve different purposes entirely, but I find it interesting to note that the older of the two has been in use since its inception and the newer is already nearly obsolete.