December 3rd, 2010

Visions of the Empire

I was upset to hear the other day that the director of one of my favorite movies of all time ,Irvin Kershner, had passed away. I really don’t know where i’d be in life without The Empire Strikes Back.  It was the best Star Wars movie there is and it really shaped my childhood. He’ s gonna be missed.

But with his passing it’s motivated me to put up a long overdue post on an art show I put together last May for the 30th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back that I called “Visions of the Empire”. The show was held a Point Break NYC in midtown Manhattan.

The show went amazingly well. I was fortunate to get artists from all over the globe to contribute to the show. The turnout of people was a overwhelming and so was the response. But hey who doesn’t like Star Wars?

I’d really like to thank all who took the time to contribute their artwork and efforts to the show and a big thanks to all who came out and showed support as well.

December 2nd, 2010

New Photos

I’ve been slacking getting new photos onto the site lately. This new website is great but it’s taking me a while to figure it all out. I’ve been up to my ears in spam from every post i’ve done. Have a look through the categories in tattoos there’s some cool new tattoos in there

October 4th, 2010

Back in Action in NYC

It’s been a week now since we made it home after a week spent in Paris, then London, finishing up with the London Tattoo Convention. The event kept up its reputation as the best convention out there—top artists, comfortable space, and amazing crowds. Alas in a stupid rookie move I forgot my portfolio back in NYC. Regardless things worked out well. I was all booked up for the weekend and got to do some great pieces—many on legs, soooo glad I packed my portable massage table. Here’s a few pics of the event and some of the finished work. Thanks to everyone who dropped by my booth and showed support.

August 29th, 2010

Star Wars CV Sweetness

This was my submissions to Star Wars Celebration V in Florida this year. The skateboard was auctioned off for the Make a Wish foundation along with others in the “Empire Skates Back” charity drive put on Shane Turgeon author of “The Force in the Flesh”.

These were some quick paintings I did that were made into temporary tattoos for kids at Celebration V, the 30 anniversary shindig for The Empire Strikes back. I thought they came out pretty cool.