Friday, April 21, 2006

Here's some freelance I've been doing lately (that's kept me from posting more regularly). They're German advertisements for Playstation PSP. I originally thought they said they were going to be the size of a building, 20 meters by 40 meters but maybe I got it wrong. Or as Jonathan suggested, maybe the cars are very large.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Entry #2 from the Mythological Dictionary.
Aigmuxab (Aigmuchas pl.): Man Eating Monster that wanders the dunes of the Kalahari desert. Curious humanoid described as having it's eyes in the soles of it's feet so that it is obliged to stop and lift it's foot in order to see where it is going. Otherwise resembling humans except for it's large fanglike teeth.

Monday, April 17, 2006

These are Rachel and my pieces for the Fyn Stec Art Auction, if you don't already know about it, it couldn't be for a better cause so please visit the link on the side. There's been an incredible turnout of art for this, about 150 peices so far and thanks to Cindy Morrow for the Herculean task of collecting and processing it all! Please please everybody go there and bid on the opening night or online if you're not in the LA area.
You might even be lucky enough to go home with an incredible photo of a rural Chinese Opera Troop being towed by a Tractor that Rachel photographed on her Durfee grant, or unlucky enough to get a picture of a dogcreature devouring someone's eyeballs.

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Hey, Look! it's an old drawing of Chris Battle I found floating around.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Great story in the LA Times the other day about doctors who have experimented on themselves.

" In 1916, Dr. Joseph Goldberger drew blood, scraped scabs and collected feces from patients at a South Carolina pellagra hospital. His aim: to prove to a doubting medical community that deadly pellagra was not contagious. His method: to inject himself, his apparently devoted wife and several colleagues with the affected blood and to feed them the scabs and feces. "