a taste of where i live in the summer because i do some editing in my free time.
no reference exercise. except i actually rarely use reference…
still too lazy to scan.
too lazy to scan.
sometimes i wish you didn’t know me as well as you do.
i forgot how much i enjoy pen as much as i love brushes.
we are ripe to fall.
i been drinkin’ i been drinkin’.
Wasn’t sure if I should post this or not…
Made Courtney watch the video for the Best Song Ever.
I don’t know why she puts up with me.
Luff ya, Court.
Now I am watching Britney Spears vids. So classy. I am moving on to Neon Jungle after that.
I am working on things promise.
ASHLEY DREW ME WITH MARCEL OMG HI!!! hashtag love!!!!
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also i have been busy with moving into a new apartment and a new job and just got internet yesterday, but new stuff soon promise okay bye.
Been logging a lot of time with Miss Rose Wong lately. Monday, we went to MoMA PS1 and today we went to Chelsea mainly to see Jessica Stoller’s intriguing work, Spoil, at P·P·O·W Gallery.
And as we were looking for food, we stumbled upon Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree on our way to the Society of Illustrators.
I like spending time with Rose a lot (she gets photo credit for the picture of me as well).
One time, a few months ago I received an email that held news that brought me to happy tears and then my best friend couldn’t understand what I was saying over the phone.
Today, I received several copies of the February 2014 issue of Scholastic CHOICES Magazine because I did two illustrations for their main article. Included in the package was a wonderful note from the art director and I can’t hide my grin.
You can check out the digital issue of the magazine at http://choices.scholastic.com
“Les temps sont durs pour les rêveurs.”
Amelie (2001). Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and my favorite film.
my cat always finds a way to make an appearance.
waiting for the bus so i’ve been doing some practice sketches for a new project on my favorite film.
sorry it’s been a slow month. it’s been interesting.
Last day of the Chris Burden: Extreme Measures exhibit at The New Museum and I finally got to see it.
things taken for granted until you need them the most.