Wednesday, December 12, 2007


A look at what goes in, what goes out, and how everything we swallow gives the environment a case of indigestion. SuiCycle is a lively, multi-textured animated short with a darkly comic style at odds with the subject matter, Suicycle—intended to play as a never-ending loop— The piece was created specifically for the 2007 DesignPolitics exhibition in Santiago, Chile: a forum for "visual ideologies" comprised of the best issue-driven design work from around the globe.

All the illustrations were done as animated mask shapes in After Effects.

Friday, December 7, 2007

Revista Complot

The mexican magazine named Complot commissioned me to do two illustrations for the december-january issue, these pieces were are to illustrate two different stories.


Las Dos:

Thanks to Maricarmen, the editor for inviting!

Monday, November 26, 2007

Thursday, November 15, 2007

In Communication Arts!

Wow! So glad to be featured in this month (November) issue, in the Fresh section of the design annual Communication Arts magazine.

60 Unite for Children

I just got my copy, the book is great and I'm so honored to share pages with very talented designers and illustrators. The concept behind this book published by APAG editions in France was celebrate the 60th anniversary of UNICEF inviting 60 illustrators all around the globe to come up with a piece related to childhood and a quote. Above you can see how the cover book looks and my participation for it.

You can buy the book here or check the official website.

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Paper Pushers

I was invited to be part of this show at 1988 Gallery in San Francisco, the theme is open but all the works are in paper. I did five new pieces from a series called "Maquinaria Interna" all in coffee and ink on 7X10" paper. Inspired in part by the day of the dead, yes the mexican celebration.

Kokeshi Dolls

Pieces created for the show Kokeshi running from November 3rd to December 17th at Subtext Gallery in San Diego. If you are by don't miss the show, a lot of kick ass artists are showing, I feel very lucky to be part of it.
I did a Zombie Kokeshi and Space Man Kokeshi, both are acrylic on wood.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Hanged Fish

Personal piece commissioned by my wife to decorate our kitchen.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Maybe This Time

Exmouth Market area, London

Remember, you can click the pictures to view them bigger - some, like this one, don't work so well as a blog 'thumbnail'.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Joey Ramone

Hopefully this is the first one of a series for this musicians-portraits tribute I'm planning to do. Let's see if the time is generous with me in order to complete the project. Here you go Mr. Joey Ramone

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

It all went wrong

Which kinda sums this one up. I forgot to take the long shot! Oh well. Better stuff coming soon.
Other news; I am featured in a new street art book called 'Street Renegades: New Underground Art' that is out 15th October. It is by Francesca Gavin. I haven't seen it yet but it features loads of great artists such as Cut Up Collective, Dan Witz, Invader, Mark Jenkins and Graffiti Research Lab.

I forgot that my stuff is also featured in a new book published by Die Gestalten Verlag called 'Tactile: High Touch Visuals'. It isn't a street art book as such as it concentrates on artsists and designers implementing their ideas spatially, but it does feature work by Mark Jenkins, TRUTH and others such as friendswithyou. I got it in the post yesterday and it is great!

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Skateboard Deck

This is a recent piece part of an art gallery display organized by Zack Cochran. This is to raise funds for build a skate park in Atlanta and apparently people like David Carson, Tim Biskup, Shepard Fairey, Sage Vaughn, Duncan Jago, Chris Pastras are going to paint decks for this exhibition. So excited to be part of this!

Sunday, September 16, 2007


16"X20" Acrylic on Canvas

This is a piece I created as part of a benefit music tour organized by the musician Barbara Trentalange. She invited several artists to create a piece inspired by one song of the album, mine was the titled "Monster". The piece will be film and projected behind the performance on the stage and will be auctioned off at the end of the tour to donate part of the sales helping Powerful Voices, an organization that helps at-risk teenage girls.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Nuart show

A few photos of my installation at Nuart. For the full set look on my Flickr page. I've also uploaded a load of pictures of work by other artists on my street art blog, here.

Thursday, September 6, 2007

20 Inches Under The Sea

Stavanger, Norway

You can check out some 'work in progress' pictures of my installation at the Nuart exhibition in Norway on my Flickr page here I'll be uploading pictures of the final thing after the show opens tonight. I'll also be updating my street art blog (link above!) with pictures of all the other work.