Thursday, January 27, 2011


It's official,
My first star wars print collaboration with Acme Archives and Lucas Arts !!
If you would have told young steven that he would one day Be working with Lucas arts, he would have peed a little.
* Limited Edition Giclee on Paper
* 150 piece hand-numbered edition
* Comes with Certificate of Authenticity
* Measurements: 13 inches by 19 inches (paper size)
* Available framed

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Covenant closing

Do you have questions about Covenant's mystic symbolism, undertones, and odd imagery? Here is your chance to ask me all the questions you want!

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Gag Me With A Toon 3

Jeff Mcmillan,
Sent this awesome painting of the "Wacky Racers.
So...... we turned it into the show poster .
Thanks Jeff!
Check out his amazing work:

Mia Matsumiya did this cool little write up on "COVENANT"

Mia Matsumiya
When you first walk in (with or without a clipboard), Steven Daily's paintings zoom out at you immediately because they're just so drippingly sinister and mystic-looking. Bejeweled fetal skeletons! Two-headed mutant lambs! Creepy demons! Skulls and occult symbolism everywhere! These are the exact types of paintings you'd expect to see if you were roaming around a Freemason temple all alone in the dark, completely naked (except for a fez, of course), and accidentally wandered into a super-secret drawing room. You'd look up and there you'd have it: Stephen Daily paintings all over the walls!

"Dichotomy" is my favorite because I'm convinced there's an interesting story going on here. Check out the two skeleton guys on the very left. One is wearing an eyepatch and the other is wearing a monocle. Obviously, they both have afflictions in their right eyes, right? Well, that's why they're buddies/best friends and are always together. Now shift your eyes over to the guy in the back row, all the way at the end on the right. Note that he also has an eye affliction but he's wearing an eye patch on his LEFT eye. The right-eye-afflicted Freemason skeleton couple HATE him and shun him from their group for having his affliction in the wrong eye. Or I guess it could be that they just don't like him because he's a huge jerk. I don't know. In any case, they don't want to be anywhere near him. I asked Steven Daily if that's what was really going on and he didn't confirm or deny it. Suspicious!

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Two thangs!

Gag Me With A Toon is a contemporary retelling of childhood favorite cartoons, from the 1970's - 80's, by some of today's most brilliant and creative minds.
Steven Daily, Tomi Monstre,, To Die For clothing, and Melt Gallery present:
Gag Me With A Toon 3, "This Time It's Personal".
Do you consider yourself to be Gen X? Do you associate the cartoons of your childhood with happy nostalgia? Did you wake up with manic ...glee early on Saturday morning to watch these cartoons, and then feel let down when noon hit and I Love Lucy began playing? Come to Meltdown Comics, where Steven Daily presents a plethora of contemporary artists' re- imaginings and mind-edits of your FAVORITE '80's cartoons. You may even be able to take one of these treasures home, where it will NEVER turn into re-runs of Gilligan's Island and Bewitched! written by: Eli Sternberg

Adam Hathorn
Alex Pardee
Antonio Canobbio

Brent Nolasco
Buff Monster
Carlos Ramos
Chris Gliebe
Chris Prynoski
Craig Edmonds
Dan Quintana
Daniel Elson
Daniel Galvez
Dave Correia
Florian Graf
Forrest Card
Gosha Levochkin
Hannah Josepher
Holly Payne
J R Goldberg
Jason Gallo
Jeff McMillan
Jeffery Page
Jessicka Addams
Jessica Ward
Jhonen Vasquez
Jim Mahfood
John Chase
Johnny Vam Potna
Jon Schnepp
Jonathan Way$hak
Justin Bloomer
Justin Schaefer

Kevin Peterson
Les Schettkoe
Mac N Zie
Mark Bodnar
Matt Taylor
Maxx 242
Maya Peterpaul
Mike Clem
Mike Kelley
Mike Kendrick
Mike Mitchell
Nathan Hamill
Robert Bowen
Roman Dirge
Scott Gordon
Shannon Prynoski
Steven Daily
Suzy Hutchinson
The Chung
Tomi Monstre
Tommy Blacha
Travis Louie
Vyal Reyes
And More...........

Black Book Sessions 9 – Saturday January 22nd, 201

Join Me, To Die For, The Wild Ones, and many others this Saturday, January 22, 2011, for Black Book Sessions 9! I will be doing a painting workshop as well as To Die For will be hand printing Black Book Sessions t-shirts LIVE at the To Die For tent! There will also be two other workshops by talented artists and close friends of mine Maxx242 and Steven Daily. Come support this event and show your skills. Black Book Sessions is one of the very few great organizations that give back to the kids directly by offering Art Contests, Scholarships, Intern programs and many others. This event is FREE, open to the public, and welcomes all ages!
Westwood College (next to Honda Center)
1551 S. Douglass Rd.
Anaheim, Ca 92806
For Directions CLICK HERE

Friday, January 07, 2011

Free Bandannas

“Covenant” By Steven Daily Opens This Friday!

January 6th, 2011
“Covenant”; a solo exhibition of new art works by one of our oldest friend’s and signature artist, Steven Daily. The opening reception takes place this Friday, January 7th from 8-11pm at the Le Luz De Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles. Steven worked with To Die For on two of our most popular selling styles called “Geisha” & “The Panther”.
We will be making 100 limited edition bandanas with Steven’s art to give out to the first 100 people who attend the show on opening night. We’ve witnessed Steven work day and night to prepare for this show. The time has come and we are very excited to spend time with his pieces in person. Come show your support!
Le Luz De Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, Ca. 90027
Show runs from – January 7th – January 30th.

Monday, January 03, 2011

Masonic Traveler

Woah, just posted my show!