If you’re in the Los Angeles area on April 27th come check out the 50
years of Bond tribute show at Qpop gallery in Little Tokyo. A ton of
talented artists are involved. Should be a good time.
Above is my piece titled “Bond Girl”.
I don't know why I never posted this, but here's a metlife commercial we worked on at 6PH for the 2012 Superbowl. It was a pretty quick project but a fun opportunity to animate some iconic characters. Who better to buy life insurance from than cartoon characters....anvil coverage is extra though.....also I'm surprised Fat Albert was able to get coverage.
The show features 100+ artists paying tribute to both real and fictitious women.
The most exciting part about this show is that they will be publishing a reversible book that will feature the real women on one side and the fictitious women on the other.
I contributed a piece based on Maude Lebowski.
The book is for sale HERE for $25 and will begin shipping in December.
It looks incredible and you should definitely grab a copy for the holidays.
The projects curated by Light Grey Art Lab really are incredible. The level of professionalism and care that goes behind their event organization is better than any indie gallery I've seen before.
I'm extremely proud to be a part of this project and I'll be sharing the pages of the book with a ton of talented artists such as: Cheyenne Curtis, Scott Forbes, and Nichole Ter Horst
In light of the election, I figured I'd post this short film I did some animation for.
was directed by the talented Simpsons / Family Guy storyboard artist,
Lucas Gray, who approached a few of us from Six Point Harness and Jib
Jab to help bring his vision to life. I really admired Lucas' passion
for this project, as it was a personal endeavor. This sort of thing
definitely makes politics accessible to a wide range of people. I may
not have been able to vote (Since I'm a dirty Canadian) but I'm proud to
have contributed in another way.
Mr. President, I'll be expecting my green card in the mail.