Monday, December 9, 2013

Laurie Lipton's disturbingly humerous and incredibly detailed renderings are now in display in a Last Gasp book The Drawings of Laurie Lipton.

Bay Area folk, she will be signing book at:

  • Paxton Gate in San Francisco, December 12th at 6pm.
  • Fine Art in San Francisco on December 14th at 7:30 pm.

And giving a rare presentation as well as signing at:

  • Pegasus Books in Berkeley on December 13th at 7:30pm.
Thursday, June 20, 2013
ghostco:

I was recently asked by 5 Reel Film to work on a poster for one of my favorite movies; Old Boy. I always enjoy doing these film posters, but this one was an especially nice treat to be able to work on.
The poster is a 23.4” X 16.5” 4-color silkscreen, with a very limited run of 80. The poster will be available at the screening of the film if you happen to be in Leeds. But I will also have a VERY small handful of these for sale myself in the near future. I will be sure to post about ordering information once I receive my copies, so be sure to check back if you are interested.
I have a new apartment, a new studio, a new desk, a possibly slightly more positive outlook, and an updated website. 

ghostco:

I was recently asked by 5 Reel Film to work on a poster for one of my favorite movies; Old Boy. I always enjoy doing these film posters, but this one was an especially nice treat to be able to work on.

The poster is a 23.4” X 16.5” 4-color silkscreen, with a very limited run of 80. The poster will be available at the screening of the film if you happen to be in Leeds. But I will also have a VERY small handful of these for sale myself in the near future. I will be sure to post about ordering information once I receive my copies, so be sure to check back if you are interested.

I have a new apartment, a new studio, a new desk, a possibly slightly more positive outlook, and an updated website

Saturday, May 11, 2013
msmollym:

Molly Mendoza

wow

msmollym:

Molly Mendoza

wow

Monday, March 11, 2013
kkoktutheatre:

The Star

This started as an add on doodle to a mailer and ended as some ornate collage inspired illustration. Simpler, faster, sequential and more digital moving forward…

kkoktutheatre:

The Star

This started as an add on doodle to a mailer and ended as some ornate collage inspired illustration. Simpler, faster, sequential and more digital moving forward…

Wednesday, February 20, 2013
'The Star' tarot. WIP
comic stuff, eventually, after this…

'The Star' tarot. WIP

comic stuff, eventually, after this…

Tuesday, October 30, 2012
ghostco:

Alright, now we’re starting to get somewhere.
It is odd (at least for me) to think of shadow as simply a color and a shape, and not to think of it as a crutch to show depth or well…a shadow. Now, if I could only start thinking of black as simply a color and a shape.

ghostco:

Alright, now we’re starting to get somewhere.

It is odd (at least for me) to think of shadow as simply a color and a shape, and not to think of it as a crutch to show depth or well…a shadow. Now, if I could only start thinking of black as simply a color and a shape.

Saturday, October 6, 2012
Sean Mahan

Sean Mahan

Thursday, September 20, 2012

mrstsk:







Here’s the artwork for the forthcoming American Patchwork release SUNBUTLER, a collaboration between Momus and Joe Howe. The painting is by Benjamin Rawson, design is by Momus. The lyrics page for the record (including videos) is here.

Sunday, September 16, 2012
gaksdesigns:

‘Conservation of Energy’ by Dylan Moore

gaksdesigns:

‘Conservation of Energy’ by Dylan Moore

Tuesday, September 4, 2012
withhandsandhair:

Mercedes Helnwein draws women the way that women should be drawn.

withhandsandhair:

Mercedes Helnwein draws women the way that women should be drawn.

Monday, August 27, 2012
believermag:

Poet Ali Liebegott set off on a pilgrimage across America to the Emily Dickinson house. Along the way, she interviewed female writers and poets, including Maggie Nelson, Amy Gerstler and Sarah Shun-lien Bynum. Here is interview #4.
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Image: Shary Boyle

believermag:


Poet Ali Liebegott set off on a pilgrimage across America to the Emily Dickinson house. Along the way, she interviewed female writers and poets, including Maggie NelsonAmy Gerstler and Sarah Shun-lien Bynum. Here is interview #4.

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Image: Shary Boyle

Saturday, August 25, 2012
this may change. it’s sitting there waiting to be changed.
kkoktutheatre:

some picture I was working on for a show.

this may change. it’s sitting there waiting to be changed.

kkoktutheatre:

some picture I was working on for a show.