Saturday, May 30, 2009


18x12, acrylic and newsprint transfer on plywood

Friday, May 29, 2009

soto titoli

8x10, ink (and ink, and more ink) and acrylic on panel (not such a great photo there)

Also, this is piece I did in December that never made it on here:

8x10, acrylic on panel

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

To celebrate the forthcoming release of MAJ'AZZSTIC WIi'ZARD's Made In Caves on Fuck You, Desperate Loser Tapes, I've posted the "MadeInCavesPromo/Remix/Medley" on the MAJ'AZZSTIC WIi'ZARD FAN SITE AND SUPERFUNITORIUM.

I also added the classic "Jack Lord in Tin Foil" from the Los Angeles-produced Hotland digital release because it's pretty good.

I see that my computer is now too old to hear music on myspace, so if they're not up there, let me know.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Colin and the Shots

EDIT: Some people couldn't hear these so you can also download the mp3's individually. Hope that works.

I've been playing in this band with my friends Colin, Nathan, Andrew and Anna (Anna, Colin and Andrew pictured above) called "Colin and the Shots" - and it has been a lot of fun. We recently played a show at a venue here in Pittsburgh called Club Cafe (the first gig with Andrew and I in the band) and Nathan pulled out his little digital recorder and recorded it - so this is very rough, but I like it. Anyways, here's a few tracks.

So Smart


Truly Fall


Bird of Pleasure


Hidden Indicator


Lemme know if those work - tryin out some new shit here.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Lovable Like Orphan Kitties and Bastard Children

Hello friends, I'm in this group show...

The Green Gallery East presents:
Lovable Like Orphan Kitties and Bastard Children curated by Kristin Calabrese and Joshua Aster
Opening Reception: May 9th 2009 4-10 PM
On May 9th, 2009 Milwaukee will be given the opportunity to survey a sampling of the LA contemporary art scene. Seventy-eight
paintings, 11 x 11 inches and under, by seventy-eight different artists, will be brought from Los Angeles via bag check and carry-on by
LA based artists Kristin Calabrese and Joshua Aster. The artists differ in their aesthetics, their styles, as well as, their stages of
development and exposure but they will all be converging from May 9th until June 6th in Milwaukee's Green Gallery East.

Brian Cooper

Doug Harvey

Jacob Stewart-Halevy

Laurie Nye

Frank Ryan

Christopher Pate

Daniel Cummings

Rowan Wood

Nikko Mueller

Heather Brown

Suzanne Falk

Eamon Ore-Giron

Angie Lacerenza

Stas Orlovsky

Linda Day

Lily Simonson

Karin Gulbran

Mark Dutcher

Brett Cody Rogers

Mimi Lauter

Mari Eastman

Karen Liebowitz

Ami Tallman

Susan Logoreci

Nina Bovasso

Theodora Allen

Salomon Huerta

Mary Weatherford

Tony Beauvy

Greta Waller

Lauren Lavitt

Nathan Danilovicz

Joshua Aster

Don Suggs

Karley Sullivan

Sarah Cromarty

Annie Lapin

Jon Pestoni

Brad Eberhard

David D’andrade

Holly Topping

Kent Familton

John Kilduff

Bart Exposito

Andrew Hahn

Benjamin Britton

Mark Licari

Robert Olsen

Caitlin Lonegan

Elana Sherr

Roger Herman

Andrea Shear

Gerald Davis

Analia Saban

Charles Karubian

Antonio Puleo

Maha Saab

Spencer Lewis

Sandeep Mukherjee

Kristin Calabrese

Kenny Scharf

Rebecca Morris

Claire Baker

Charles Irvin

Dino Rasmussen

Jodie Mohr

Steven Hull

Tami Demaree

Iva Gueorguieva

Susanna Maing

Liat Yossifor

Allyson Spellacy

Ian Hokin

Amir H. Fallah

Dee Dee Cheriel

Sarah Lowing

Lisa Adams

Stephen Westfall

Opening Reception: May 9th from 4 to 10 PM
The Green Gallery East Gallery Hours:
1500 N Farwell Ave Th: 4-8 PM
Milwaukee, WI 53202 Fr Sa & Su: 2-6 PM
phone: 414.226.1978

This is my painting in the exhibit.
Inner City Heart, 2009, Oil on Canvas, 10" x 10"

Monday, May 11, 2009


Hey guys, my architect friend Thomas Robertson (Ripple Design) and Eli Bonerz (XLarge) are P.A.D.,
They do bomb ass objects.
I'm a fan especially of their new 8 nob candle

They have plenty of rad goodies, peep it!

Monday, May 4, 2009

soundddss of summmerr

so, when king khan and the shrines play your town, you know what to do, right?
and get ready for some serious pants-shitting freak fest partying. it's like seeing the indian love child of otis redding, james brown, and eddie murphy (more delirious than doolittle) fronting a crazy international band that takes all the awesome from the last fifty-five years of rock music (hell, most music) and jams it into each song. last night, there was a horn section and a suicide cover.on top of all that, they're really rad dudes. all twelve of them.

seriously. why aren't you already buying tickets?

Saturday, May 2, 2009

true to life.

some sonofabitch stole my idea

In TOMMY AND THE COOL MULE, Tommy’s DAD goes off to IRAQ, leaving TOMMY and his MOM to defend the FAMILY FARM from a GREEDY DEVELOPER played by KEVIN SORBO. But if he WANTS to be the MAN OF THE HOUSE, Tommy is going to have to WIN the BIG RACE…. (*RECORD SCRATCH*) on a mule! A cool mule, to be exact. Voiced by Ice-T.