Piranha Bites
|| art blog update! ||
lining up potential pieces for Otakon 2014 Art Auction. also, ‘Kino finally discovers why so many artists combined colored pencils with markers. it really makes my drawings GLOW. 

|| art blog update! ||

lining up potential pieces for Otakon 2014 Art Auction. also, ‘Kino finally discovers why so many artists combined colored pencils with markers. it really makes my drawings GLOW. 

|| art blog update! ||
two blog updates in one day? well, that’s a rarity. thanks for stopping by!

|| art blog update! ||

two blog updates in one day? well, that’s a rarity. thanks for stopping by!

|| sketchbook blog update! ||
words related to the vagina are fun in general. my immature mind likes “punani” and “twat”. also, there was an ass-kisser at an interview, so i tried to channel my energy positively. for some reason, it reminds me of the “I ♥ Chaturbating” logo. now, i kind of want to polish it up and transform it into a bumper sticker…

|| sketchbook blog update! ||

words related to the vagina are fun in general. my immature mind likes “punani” and “twat”. also, there was an ass-kisser at an interview, so i tried to channel my energy positively. for some reason, it reminds me of the “I ♥ Chaturbating” logo. now, i kind of want to polish it up and transform it into a bumper sticker…

Aleks Bartosik 
Hysterics, 2003, oil stick, pencil and acrylics

Aleks Bartosik 

Hysterics, 2003, oil stick, pencil and acrylics

DigitallyImpaired
i rarely browse through Society6 shops, but this shirt is high on my “WANT” list. this pretty boy is my fave from her battered “ballpoint boys” series. i love looking at her drawings, especially the way their surreal colors glow gracefully through her crisp hatch marks.

DigitallyImpaired

i rarely browse through Society6 shops, but this shirt is high on my “WANT” list. this pretty boy is my fave from her battered “ballpoint boys” series. i love looking at her drawings, especially the way their surreal colors glow gracefully through her crisp hatch marks.

sketchbook blog for more.

sketchbook blog for more.

sketchbook blog update
selected drawings from the sketchbooks because i feel slightly bad for the lack of updates, but being off the internet feels good. lately, i’ve only been using it for the radio. i’m also very bad at piecing together bigger-than-the-scanner drawings, sorry.

sketchbook blog update

selected drawings from the sketchbooks because i feel slightly bad for the lack of updates, but being off the internet feels good. lately, i’ve only been using it for the radio. i’m also very bad at piecing together bigger-than-the-scanner drawings, sorry.

livylong:

Trying to work out my feelings in a…positive way.

livylong:

Trying to work out my feelings in a…positive way.

Wayne Thiebaud
Millefeuiles, ink wash and watercolor on paper, 6 7/8”x10 3/4”
typically, when i see the name “Wayne Thiebaud”, i expect an overflow of candy-colored rainbows. his sugary quirkiness shines through even in monochrome. i swear to god, i get cravings after i browse through his art book. 

Wayne Thiebaud

Millefeuiles, ink wash and watercolor on paper, 6 7/8”x10 3/4

typically, when i see the name “Wayne Thiebaud”, i expect an overflow of candy-colored rainbows. his sugary quirkiness shines through even in monochrome. i swear to god, i get cravings after i browse through his art book. 

Clive Barker
The Islands, pre-1991, graphite and ink on paper
i admire the simplicity and fluidity of his drawings. 

Clive Barker

The Islands, pre-1991, graphite and ink on paper

i admire the simplicity and fluidity of his drawings.