No, not the one from Starsky & Hutch! This was an idea for a character I just wanted out of my system in a day or so. He'd have a catchy Syd & Marty Crofft style tune that would go something like; La la la, giant robots, monster lizards or mutant ninjas cant stop me from getting to you...La la la...whenever you need me, no matter where you are, I'll get thru...la la la!....something crappy like that! ; )
Discovering "Small Black" and their song "Despicable Dogs" was a pleasant treat to my ears. This particular song had such a haunting melody that really stuck in my mind for days. It wasn't so much haunting as in really creepy but more of a slightly sad melody that took you to the past of your youth and innocence with it's lo-fi sound.
Denjin Zaboga Vintage Bullmark Figure
Isabella is a retro girl in a modern world. She and her dog CoCo enjoy their hip lifestyle in the big city! With a passion for fashion, their outfits never clash when they hit the scene.
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I recently lucked out and scored one of Mark Nagata’s custom Gamerudons in his lottery last month.
Made by Target Earth (Marmit) and hand painted by Mark, … Read more
"BAT-TLE ROYALE!" ( Batman vs Gojira ) Gouache on wood 14" x 14" Here are pics of the piece I did for Mark Nagata's Toy Karma 2 show this weekend, Sept. 5th 2009 hosted by Kirby and Whitney @ Rotofugi in Chicago.
Here's a piece I did for my pal Mark Nagata's Captain Max Toy and Target Earth's Gameldon toy collaboration. My illustration was part of a packet of Japanese "Bromide Cards", (sort of like big trading cards) depicting various artists interpertations of theses fantastic toys.
I was looking for reference and came across this wonderful Superman short from an incredible visual development artist Chris Appelhans . I just love the camera angles and perspectives not to mention the lighting in some of the scenes is just beautiful. The music and lyrics are also by Chris Appelhans....amazing...see for yourself.
A while back my mom sent me some old photos of me on my first bike in Argentina and some pics of me with my banana bike back in the day in good 'ol Cleveland. As a young boy in the 70s having a bicycle and not just any bike, a banana seat chopper, wheelie bike, was my elevation to independence. To ride with the summer breeze in my face anywhere and anytime without wearing out my kicks and in record time was the freedom I longed for as a boy.