Monday, December 31, 2007

bye


Happy new year!!
Last drawing of 07!!

Friday, December 28, 2007

gelaskins

So,
I just wanted to thank everyone, who sent in there photos to Gelaskins.com!
It was really cool to see people with my I pod skins!
So.... I thought I would post them for all to see!
Thanks for all your support!
I love all your guts!


































Sunday, December 23, 2007

Monday, November 26, 2007

Signing at meltdown comics!!

Meltdown Comics
7522 Sunset Blvd LA, CA 90046
www.meltcomics.com

Thank you to everyone who helped this book sell out.
Hope to se you there!!
love your guts!

Wednesday, October 17, 2007


HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!
SIR, JACUMO O LANTERN THE THIRD's, REVENGE"
acrylic oil on wood box
bye
Available at Wind up gallery October twentieth.
"SOMETHING WICkED THIS WAY COMES"

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Well to tell you the truth, I haven't been doing much since con but Bioshock(one of my favorite games of all time) and Halo 3 , I even threw in a little Castle Vania Symphony of the night on xbox live arcade. Yep been taking some much needed xbox time. Man Bioshock was amazing!
Any way, on to the work stuff
Thank you every one who helped make my Gella skins one of the top ten sellers.
The I phone ones are amazing, now I just need an I phone, hahaha.
Well today I received an advance copy of " it ate billy for christmas"
Let me tell you it's breathtaking! I can't wait for you guys to see this.
This project has been dear to me for the last four years.
So it brought a little tear to me Eye to see it done.
Also Dark horse ran a full page add in Juxtapoz magazine.
Also Romans new Lenore vinyl was featured in the Toy box section with a little review.
Lot's of new stuff in the works, secret stuff so keep your lookin balls peeled.
"It ate Billy on Christmas"available everywhere on November twenty eighth, Two thousand and seven.

Saturday, August 25, 2007



I finally broke down and got a business account through pay pal.
So now you can just buy from me straight off the web!
"Peter The pirate Squid" Limited edition print 0f 100.
Hand signed, on parchment paper. (11"x17")


sold out.

Saturday, August 18, 2007

Sdcc

First of all.
I would like to thank, everyone that came out to see me, and support my art, at San Diego comic con. The reaction you guys gave me brought a tear to my look'n balls!
It was awesome meeting all of you. I am sorry if I didn't get to get to hang with some of my old, and new friends.
I have been going to con since 93 and let me tell you it was insane this year.
every day was sold out and it was packed to the gills!
It may have seemed like I was being too cool, but in actuality I was signing three times a day. and by the end of the night I was just beat! So if I didn't call you I am truly sorry.
Plus it was really hard to hear or feel your phone in there.
ON to the fun stuff.
We had a blast at comic con, drank way too much met a lot of important people, made some new friends, and hung out with old ones. Got to see my buddy Jeff Soto who is a very old friend, and amazingly talented artist.
He came by the booth to say hi. Mondo, Henry, Josh, and some cool Guys from bloc28 came by also.
I barely saw the con, with all the signing I had to do. I actually only bought one thing.
Besides the Peter the pirate Squid book, I had a vinyl figure come out with toy cube, who were amazingly cool!


The Lucas arts, Gentle giant, Dark horse party was insane!
All the people from dark horse were so rad! It was real cool to put faces with emails.
Beautiful venue, great crowd. Paul Rubins, Frank Miller and David Arquette were there!
Tomi, Roman, and Chris got to meet Paul and David. I was off being a social with some friends.
I sadly did not get to meet him.
I was happy for Tomi because she loves her some peewee!


More drinking and consumption of food was had.
Okay, I am going to end on a funny story.
So, it was my last signing at toy cub. It was running over by an hour, and I had to leave to get back to slave labor to sign for peter the pirate squid. I had fifteen minutes to smoke and pee. When you sign they give you lots of bottled water. Luckily I found a bathroom at the end of the convention that was not as stinky as the rest of them that made me throw up in my mouth,and my eyeballs melt out of there sockets.
I get to the less stinky one and there is no one in there. So I go up to the urinal and start doing my business. When this little kid comes in. He must have been Eight 0r nine. Wipps his skippy out and begins to do his business. He the starts leaning over to look in my swimsuit location. So I am trying to ignore this kid because I have seen way to many law and order episodes and don't know the legality's of talking to kids while at the urinal! He says, "you are holding it wrong!" Then looks back at his own business and makes a sad ahhhhh sound. I almost fell on the floor laughing.
I then met roman for a smoke and told him the story.
I almost forgot the week after I got back and a couple of weeks before. I had two art shows.
Crazy for cult at gallery 1988
And, block28 at downtown Disney which is amazing! I have my name in neon at down town Disney!
Here is a link to all the comic con madness! Taken by the lovely Tomi monster.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

अल DONE!!


Limited edition print on vintage paper, Hand numbered and signed!
Any of you who know me, Know that I have been insane with work the last couple of months. First off I finished "It ate billy on Christmas's" last page last night around ten. (Woo hoo!) I had a little transfer problem from my graphite paper. So I had to bust it old school and transfer it old school.(from my mind!) Which I think turned out better than the sketch. Roman and I have been in development with this property since Late 2003! I also got to participate in a amazing group show for gallery 1988's, Crazy For Cult.Show, over fifty artist painted from there Favorite classic cult movies.Also, I finished peter the pirate squid and a limited Print for the con, and limited bones and mocker pins, which will be free with purchase of print.I participated in a collaboration with Disney.(Life Long Dream) I redesigned Mickey with a new fresh style. (Some loooooooooooong legs and beetle boots!) They loved the painting so much that they bought it out right. also did a t-shirt graphic for them which will be out after con. They are making a whole line of bloc28 stuff that includes pillows, toys, stickers, record slip covers, sketch books, hats, and who knows what else? They are mad limited so be on the look out Last but certainly not least I have been collaborating with DR Romanelli, on some groovy stuff. Also I almost forgot I did a collaboration with Klim Of big shot toy works, on a figure with toy cube. They will have blanks for sale @ there booth with some doodles on em by yours truly.
I will be signing my First book at San Diego comic con next week. So excited for the world to see this. I put alot of heart into this book I hope y'all love it.
come by Slave labor and get it signed! Here's my schedule for SDCC
Thursday 1:30 - 2:30 4:30 - 5:30, Friday, 2:00 - 3:30, 5:30 - 7:00 Saturday, 2:00 - 3:30, 5:30 - 7:00
Sunday ,1:00 - 2:30, 4:00 - 5:00

Thursday, June 14, 2007





So much to talk about.
Well, I finished Peter the Pirate Squid It was such an amazing experience creating this world With Roman.
The Vader project show has been amazing, I got to do an interview for star wars insider.
It's like a dream come true to be able to work with star wars, on any level really.
Also Roman and I have an interview coming out for Helio magazine.
New designs for lamb of god and I know I'm gonna get shit for this.....HIM.
But it was actually a fun project.
This month with an undisclosed date I will be doing an invite only show with Disney,
called Bloc 28. This show Is an honor to be in. Craola and myself wil be in the show, along with Legendary graff writers Slick, mear and sf based artist David flores. I was stoked to see my painting made the flier.
I will be @ San diego comic con all four days stop by the slave labor booth and say hi.
Also I will have a collaboration vinyl toy with toy cube and klim from big shot toy works debuting there.
It's called Sheep in wolfs clothing.
Well back to work, This book isn't gonna finish on it's own. All though I welcome the idea.
s

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

"New laptop skin"Osteology"



New laptop skin, coming out for gelaskins.com
check it out!
Should be up today. I will post the link later.
Went to the 30th anniversary of star wars here in LA last week, For The Vader Project.
Twas a lot of fun.

Thanks
s
Ps: Just beat "Bullet witch" the last boss is so fun and challengeing.

Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Vader project

StevenDaily (dissembodied) wrote,
@ 2007-05-22 21:17:00
Update:
The good folks over at www.vinylpulse.com already have pics of the show up.











































































So we were asked to keep quite about this show since august of last year!
Finally, the press release came out today! This is my dream show, i can remember going to the drive-in, with a bucket of pioneer chicken in my dads pick up! leaving the day glow eighty's behind for at least 2 hours.
I think every boy in my generation loves these three original movies so much, even if there in the closet with there nerdy side.
Wit out further a do here is the orignal press release
THE VADER PROJECT
75 artists customize Darth Vader helmets in landmark gallery exhibition for
Star Wars Celebration IV
May 24th to 28th, 2007
Los Angeles Convention Center
Unfortunately a was still wet, but here is a crappy,phone camera pic. enjoy!















May 16, 2007 (Los Angeles, CA)-- The Vader Project, a reimagining of the iconic Darth Vader helmet by some of today’s hottest pop and underground artists, will have its World Premiere May 24 to 28th, 2007 at Star Wars Celebration IV, a landmark event being held at the Los Angeles Convention Center to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Star Wars. The five-day event is expected to attract more than 25,000 Star Wars fans from around the world (www.gencon.com/2007/swciv).

The Vader Project is presented by Master Replicas Inc. and curated by Dov Kelemer of DKE Toys. Kelemer gathered 75 of the hottest underground and pop surrealist painters, artists and designers to participate. Each artist was given a Master Replicas 1:1 scale prop replica of the actual Darth Vader helmet used in the Star Wars films. Each helmet served as a blank canvas for each artist to paint, design, mash up, and customize.

Artists include Shag, Paul Frank, Mr Cartoon, Tim Biskup, Frank Kozik, Marc Ecko, Amanda Visell, Tim Biskup, J. Otto Seibold, Gary Baseman, Joe Ledbetter, Robbie Conal, Jeff Soto and many more. Many of these artists jumped at the chance to lend their talents to one of the most iconic pop culture characters in film history.

Keith Bornholtz, Vice President of Consumer Marketing for Master Replicas, said, "We are pleased to provide this excellent canvas to this group of talented international artists and introduce them to their new intergalactic fans."

"This could not be a timelier event," Kelemer said. "The pop surrealist/
lowbrow/graffiti/designer art scene is exploding around us. A canvas is what you make it, from bunnies to cows to toilet seats. The ‘platform’ group show has been around, and we have seen it all."

Ugly Doll co-creator David Horvath said it best: "It’s Darth Vader!!! It’s the most recognizable character in the universe. After this exhibition we don't ever need to be in a platform show again."

After the premiere at Star Wars Celebration IV the plan is for exhibition to travel to museums, galleries, and events around the world. The helmets will then be offered publicly at auction. Details will be announced later.

Master Replicas (www.masterreplicas.com) has created the highest quality 1:1 and scaled prop replicas for Star Wars. Using all the latest technologies and often scouring the Lucasfilm Archives, the company has released some of the finest and most sought-after movie-related collectibles. The company’s licensed properties include Disney, Muppets, Star Trek, Pirates of the Caribbean, Harry Potter, and many more.

Curator Dov Kelemer, founder of DKE Toys (www.dketoys.com), is one of the largest designer vinyl and art-toy distributors in the world, exclusively representing over 50 companies, artists, and designers. Having started his business selling Star Wars memorabilia more than 15 years ago he has finally found a way to meld both his passions.


***Interview Opportunities with participating artists & Dov Kelemer upon request***
Key art available upon request
More Information including a complete artist list available soon at
www.thevaderproject.com
Media wishing to attend convention please apply here (ignore deadline date):
www.gencon.com/2007/swciv/press/credentials.aspx
StarWars.com story here
http://www.starwars.com/community/event/celebration/news20070516.html





Participating Artist List

Troy Alders
Kii Arens (www.kiiarens.com)
Attaboy (www.yumfactory.com)
Anthony Ausgang (www.ausgangart.com)
Axis (www.stylepig.com)
Aye Jay (www.ayejay.com)
Gary Baseman (www.garybaseman.com)
Andrew Bell (www.creaturesinmyhead.com)
Tim Biskup (www.timbiskup.com)
Andrew Brandou (www.howdypardner.com)
Buff Monster (www.buffmonster.com)
Nathan Cabrera
Mister Cartoon (www.mistercartoon.com)
Mr.Clement (www.mrclement.com)
Robbie Conal (www.robbieconal.com)
Steven Daily (www.stevendaily.com)
Dalek (www.dalekart.com)
Cam de Leon (www.happypencil.com)
Roman Dirge (www.spookyland.com)
Bob Dob (www.bobdob.com)
Marc Ecko (www.eckounltd.com)
Eelus (www.eelus.com)
Ron English (www.popaganda.com)
FERG (www.fergbag.com)
David Flores (www.davidfloresart.com)
Brian Flynn - Hybrid Design (www.hybrid-design.com)
Paul Frank
Huck Gee (www.huckgee.com)
Fawn Gehweiler (www.nocandy.org)
Mike Giant (www.mikegiant.com)
Joe Hahn
Thomas Han (www.tomorama.com)
Derek Hess (www.derekhess.com)
Jeremyville (www.jeremyville.com)
Sun-MinKim & David Horvath (www.davidhorvath.com) (www.sunminkim.com)
Jim Koch (www.jimkoch.com)
Frank Kozik (www.frankkozik.net)
David S.Krys DSK Designs (www.dskdesigns.com)
Peter Kuper (www.peterkuper.com)
Wade Lageose - Lageose Design
Joe Ledbetter (www.joeledbetter.com)
Simone Legno Tokidoki (www.tokidoki.it)
MAD (www.madtoydesign.com)
Mars 1 (www.mars-1.com)
Bill McMullen (www.billmcmullen.com)
Melvins (www.melvins.com)
Brian Morris (www.ooo000ooo.com)
Niagara (www.niagaradetroit.com)
Mitch O’Connell (www.mitchoconnell.com)
olive47 (www.olive47.com)
Estevan Oriol (www.estevanoriol.com)
Alex Pardee (www.eyesuckink.com)
The Pizz (www.thepizz.com)
Plastic God (www.plasticgod.com)
Playskewl (www.playskewl.com)
Dave Pressler (www.davepresslerart.com)
Seen (www.seenworld.com)
J. Otto Seibold (www.jottodotcom.com)
Shag (www.shag.com)
Sket-One (www.sket-one.com)
Shawn Smith (www.shawnimals.com)
Winston Smith (www.winstonsmith.com)
Jeff Soto (www.jeffsoto.com)
Bwana Spoons (www.grasshutcorp.com)
Jophen Stein (www.scribbletheory.com)
Suckadelic (www.suckadelic.com)
CameronTiede (www.camerontiede.com)
Touma (www.touma.biz)
UrbanMedium (www.urbanmedium.com)
Michelle Valigura (www.thegirlsproductions.com)
VanBeater (www.vanbeater.com)
Amanda Visell (www.thegirlsproductions.com)

(subject to change)


Also,
a photographer friend of mine from the mid ninety's and the double o's. Has put his years of following us dirty writers to the most god awful places in the southern california area, were only bums and rats live.
To use by putting out a book of graffiti pick it up.