Monday, October 19, 2009

Sliver of a Peek

Been working and experimenting on a new art form and project. At the moment not exactly sure where I'm going with it (or it's going with me), but it's been interesting to say the least. I'm kind of picking up inspiration and steam as I go. The process also excites the young curious artist/scientist within me, and I marvel. Hopefully I can snowball everything into a collective series, or a loosely-based theme in some way. Either way, we shall see!

Officially, I'm dubbing the "under-wraps" title as Project Ice (or Verkefnið ís, which is Icelandic)

Here are some tantalizing hints into what is involved. Enjoy!

Insight into the process behind Project Ice,
as well as a look at my handwriting--as odd and unique it is.

Hints at something even more substantial, and all the more
unreal and borderline fragmented abstraction.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Tattoo Design, Part 3

After a few weeks later than expected, one of my tattoo designs has been inked--sort of.

The commissioner of my last tattoo design, Marshall Brooks, went in to Good Vibes Body Art to get the design looked at. From there, awesome tattoo artist, Ben Turpin took it, and just ran with it. I've only been doing this a little while, so Ben cleaned up and simplified the wing design. His amazing gallery of work can be accessed here.

Here's a comparison of the line art on my end, and the complete awesome on Ben's:

By the way, the photos of the tattoo and process
are by Rachel Powell. Enjoy!
To see the process behind the design--well, you know.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


I had an excellent time seeing Mutemath live at the Showbox @ the Market. The blogs I posted about it overview the night's events, but were also more personal. They ended up being posted at Seattle Whispers, so I'll just link from here.

Enjoy the posts, and video clips are on the way!