a silkscreen book I made a couple of months ago! somehow all of my final school projects ended up being about cute magical girls.. not that I’m complaining :>
Lots of paintings/prints/shirts now for sale via my website
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15 Jul 2014 / 8 notes
Eve Ensler (via alesthetique)
Little trade with my bud @thelonelywaltz so excited about his work!
9 Jul 2014 / 1 note
Something borrowed / something new, 22x30”.
2 Jul 2014 / 20 notes
Never got around to posting these: 20x60” floral panels with Orchids, Lily of the Valley, Pomegranates, and Lavender.
Just wanted to say thank you to anyone who has ever said kind words or shown support for me going into the career I have finally stepped foot into. The last couple weeks have been extremely surreal and I couldn’t be anymore thankful for the wonderful people around me who have helped me get here, and will continue to help.
I hope this feeling never goes away.
This is actually the only part of this whole ‘pay hardcore bands fairly’ conversation that upsets me. Like, sad upset.
You’re right. To most hardcore kids, bands are interchangeable. [Until they go to grad school and don’t have time to keep up on music. Then it’s “I really want to like these new bands, but there’s just no one doing it the way _______ did.”] As long as there’s always a band to fill the void, the quality of the band doesn’t matter and the quality of that bandmembers’ lives sure as shit does not matter.
As a dude who is really into music, this idea just sucks. It’s like people who replace their dog with another the day after the animal dies. Or, people who get new partners in a week. It illustrates that the role was the crucial thing, not the individual. When people do that with bands, it gives me the same creeped out feeling I get whenever the individual is undervalued.