I'll be hanging a new show at Cream Apparel tomorrow night. It will be up through February so if you can't make the opening, try to swing thru another time. Lots of new stuff.
ROJO Magazine from Spain recently invited me to design the covers for it's 6th anniversary book series. 320 pages of amazing art and design. Rojo is an incredible magazine and organization. Swing thru their site and show some love. You can pre-order the books I designed the covers for at their Online store. Thanks so much guys! It is an honor.
Big thanks to everyone who has helped spread the word about Wallspankers. None of this would have been possible without the support of... The Royal - PSFK - Stash Media - Format Mag - K10K - Juxtapoz - Beautiful Decay - Art Crimes - Design Aside - The Morning News - Ventilate - Illustration Mundo - Addicteed - Newstoday - French'n'Fresh - Notcot - 12 oz Prophet - Sticker Robot - Dont Panic - Carpal Tunnel Mag - Curious Artist - Fecal Face - Trent Head - Urban Collective - Hypediss - Hiphop.hu - RVA Magazine - Tank Theory - Peel Magazine - The 9 - Design Is Kinky - How Magazine - Boonika - Design Snack - CPLUV - FMCS - ComputerArts Magazine - Blue Vertigo - Index Awards ... It looks like I will need to purchase more bandwith. Again. But I'm not complaining. This thing is bigger and badder than I could have ever imagined.
The Wallspankers Issue 3 Free Sticker Download is now live. This issue features over 250 B&W designs from 80 international artists. I think it is the most diverse issue yet... It is definitely the largest. Swing thru. Print on sticker paper and spank them up. Spread the word. Submit some of your black and white jams for Issue 4.
I just lined up another showing with the good folks over at Cream in downtown Portland, Maine. Cream opened up over the summer and swiftly became the best spot in Maine for fly kicks and apparel. My homie Rich has some incredible work up now so swing thru and show some love. I will be hanging work later this month and we will have an opening reception on February 2nd during Portland's First Friday Artwalk.