Monday, June 02, 2008

Ragnarök


Here is a new piece, out of five.
I did for a show in MD at art whino
The show also features the work of Graham Franciose, James Walker and Michael Crockett.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

जाग मी विथ अ TOON


Gag Me With A Toon:: April 5th, 2008
Current mood: Fucking Excited

Amongst artists born in a certain period of time there is an affinity for the animated iconography of the 1980’s. In April Meltdown Gallery presents GAG ME WITH A TOON, a new works exhibition that will showcase the work of more than twenty creative souls who have been tainted with the neon fruit stripe of Morning in America. Utilizing everything from the saccharine funk of Strawberry Shortcake to the disciplined fashion fervor of the Baroness of Cobra these artists will explore the sketchy in-betweens of animated femininity. In the gallery we shall weigh the sins of Scrappy-Doo and balance them against the irreligious inclusion of Godzuki, Baby Plas and 7-Zark-7. A measure will be made of thunderous barbarians and thunderous cats and of friends both super and amazing. Be ye short and blue or bionic, a real he-man or just your average joe, you will find yourself transformed after having stood amongst the time-displaced art of these stellar talents.

gagme_postcard (104k image)

Jon Schnepp – Roman Dirge – Nathan Cabrera – Greg Craola Simkins – Chris Devious Gliebie – Matt Danner – Alex Pardee – Tomi Monstre – Kyle Ng – Jeff McMillian – Reginio Gonzales – Matt Bone – Gea* - Adam Hathorn – Jim Koch – Joe Benitez – Jonathan Wayshack – Steven Daily – Rygar – Gill – Jim Mahfood [Food One] – Mike Kelley – SPRFKR – Les Schettkoe

Steven Daily, Born in Riverside California, Steven Daily did a considerable amount of moving, between California and the American Mid-west, during his formative years. It was during these years that his passion for art was sparked and began to flourish like wildfire. After graduating from Bolsa Grande High School, he attended Riverside Community College, and later transferred to Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Unsatisfied with the schooling he had received, Steven took it upon himself to develop a style as individual to the world as he. Steven has done just that. Graffiti played an enormous role in his learning, teaching him patience as well as color theory and composition. In 1997, propelled by the advice of a former professor, and a meeting with a Disney executive, Steven concluded that the time had come to become serious about his career as an artist. Today, Steven’s work is extremely stylized, and his paintings are emotionally evocative. He has shown in numerous galleries nationwide. He has created a sizeable body of work. Mr. Daily is extremely busy these days lately being a children’s books illustrator also working on several exciting new projects, so you can expect to see much more from him in the immediate future.

Melt Gallery on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California: Melt Gallery is located within Meltdown Comics, one of the most respected comic book stores in the world. Meltdown Comics/Melt Gallery is a key component in the cultural sphere of Los Angeles. Melt Gallery exhibits local and international established and emerging artists working in the mediums of graphic novel/comic art, designer toys, graffiti/aerosol painting, photography, illustration, and digital artwork.


GAG ME WITH A TOON
APRIL 5 2008 @ MELT GALLERY
Curated by Steven Daily
7:00 p.m. – 10 p.m.
7522 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90046
1.323.851.7223
www.stevendaily.com
www.meltcomics.com

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

update





Well, It's been a while since I updated.
First of all, i want to thank those who helped out and supported by purchasing art and toys.
I love your gutsies
This last month was pretty, interesting.
Tomi and I have been struggling this past couple of months since the car accident.
It's been kinda like, camping. except were not out side,there is no tents, or animals, and were not freezing.
I broke my toe, about three weeks ago. and Have just been able to walk, and or get around. as of lately.
I broke it the stupidest way possible. While carrying this epic sandwich that Tomi made me. Full of turkey, Provolone cheese, and egg on a baguette o goodness. I stubbed my toe on the couch leg, which is steel.
And broke my pinky toe. The break made me instantly nauseous so I was double sad.
After a while I managed to eat the sandwich, because I couldn't let all that goodness go bad!
After a few days my whole foot was bruised black and all ugly.
You cant do anything for a broken toe so I just stayed off of it and taped it to my other toe.
But it's not all bad news, Tomi and i have been super productive.
working non stop. its been a blast. We are completely nocturnal now but hey were getting shit done.
I have finished three paintings in the last two months, done several sketches, and a commission!
Lots of exciting things on the horizon. A light at the end of my camping tunnel.
So to speak.
Take care, and thanks again for all your support.
Here's some photos

Thursday, January 03, 2008

सेल


NEW SKETCHES!!!!!!!!
Steven Daily Original Art Sale
Body: Update:
Due to the dismay of this holiday season, I have decided to let the sell continue until all of the drawings are sold...

Thanks again for all your support
Love your gutsies.

Tomi, and I were in a car accident on Christmas morning.
Her car looks like the terminator when his skin is falling off, and her insurance will not cover the damages made by the uninsured champ who rear-ended her. The vehicle damages are in excess of 4000.00 and who know how much the court and lawyer fees will be...
So I decided to put up some sketches, and some ideas for sale on FLICKR.
I know it is after the holidays and everyone is broke, but take a look and if you want something, email me back.

So here's how it works:
Check out the art on Flickr.
Write me with the tittle, shipping address, and your email address.
I will write you back with a pay pal invoice.
As soon as payment is received, it will be all yours.
These range from sketch book, vintage paper, parchment, bristol ,and illustration board.
Thanks for all your support in '07, just click on the word sale below!!!!
$25.oo Kaniza Limited edition(11total) Vinyl toy
designed by Steven Daily (Sheap in wolfs clothing) In collaberation with big shot toy works and toy qube.
Signed and numbered eleven left!
just click on the word sale below!!!!



Sale

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Chester Drawers - sold
sdarth ignored - sold
creature 300 dpi - sold
asian study - sold
video game study - sold
asphyxiation sold
Tea party-sold
Lamb and rider-sold
Zombie bus stop-sold
Osteology-sold
Robots have feelings-sold
wolfs den sold