Estados Naturales (Natural States) is a celebration of life, possibility, imagination, and the miracle of living. The exhibition opens on the eve of the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the dead), a Mexican holiday with three days of festivities where people honor the lives of passed loved ones and ancestors. As death is certain for all living things, Dia de los Muertos is chance to remember, rejoice, and welcome spirits of the deceased into their lives. Similarly, Estados Naturales is a reference to the seen and unseen within the past, present, and future forces giving form to all of existence. It is a dedication to the magic of life and its potential.
Ken chillin in the pasta he’s eating.#olivegarden
Excited to share this poster I made for the upcoming ski adventure documentary, Sugar Mountain, being released next month! 8 Australian friends leave their normal lives to live alone and unassisted in the Alaskan wilderness on a remote glacier. They are on a quest to find the mythical Sugar Mountain. What’s that?! You’ll see!!! I’m making an animated remix of the trailer so keep your eyes peeled! Coming soon!!!
Oakland Echo! Coming up! Poster by Aaron and myself!
Bike Lion of Judah for Bruce, who used this as his totem for the Silver State 508, a 508 mile bike race that he rode ALL AT ONCE, taking him 36 hours and 6 minutes, finishing at 6:36pm this past Monday. Inspiring endurance!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Aaron Glasson and I were commissioned to paint this in Mexico City for Ana and inspired by Ana (check out her art here!). Full moon, deer-ibis creatures, geometric orbs, a cactus snake, erupting volcano, so much more, and pleasure to paint!
Me and Aaron Glasson with our painting.
Welcome to the universe, cactus snake! Wrapping up this collab with @aaronglasson. #cactussnake#cactussnake
Back in Mexico City with Aaron Glasson finishing this painting for Ana Noble! We are finishing tomorrow! Painted poppies and snakes today, now the full moon is out and I am laying on the floor. Buenas noches!