C, M ,Y, and K
the remaining four pieces for my exhibit HEADSPACE
this week is the final week of its run over at Vinyl on Vinyl, and there are still shirts and prints of stuff being sold if you’d be interested.
Another piece for Headspace, my first solo exhibit of love and gloom
some prints of older work and shirts still available at Vinyl on Vinyl if anyone is interested. woo.
the 3rd big piece from Headspace
here’s some detail on the art I made for that similarobjectsxrobcham collab and the design sketch for the ‘lone astronaut’ character.
We came up with it through Jor’s suggestion that we try and make something together, he makes the track and I make the art. We decided on it by picking a theme randomly through one of those word generator sites because well if we threw around ideas it might take forever. The word we came up with was ‘Galaxies’. I waited for Jor to make the track and after listening to it, heard this lonely satellite vibe, and came up with this image in my head of trying to get across how you are possibly a lone satellite in a crowd. I drew it while listening to the song on loop and showed it to Jor. He saw it and repurposed the track accordingly.
This has got to be one of my favorite collaborations to date. So cool. So cool.
new batch of decent portraitures (formerly crappy portraits)! rule is 30 minutes spent on a portrait of someone, must not fuck up. usually done for friends who I think are way cool and awesome.
From upper left to bottom right:
1. Pauline Camille
2. April Sescon
3. Gigi Lapid
4. Carlo Witzki
5. Rob Cham (me)
6. Joseph Pascual
7. Inez Moro
8. Petra Magno
9. Timmy Potenciano
A new-ish Shirt Design for Ang Nawawala (What Isn’t There)
Last year, I was asked to make a shirt design as part of the incentives they were giving away to the people who helped support the film over at Artiste Connect, but that shirt was way too much of a hassle to print, so we came up with a new one, a better one.
Last year, NeonMob, (an online collectible social network community) got me for a set of cards. I came up with this set called Confictura, which was a guidebook to the various inhabitants of this world known as Kala.
They gave me free reign to draw whatever I wanted and I drew inspiration from all the different mythological creatures I loved as a kid from all sorts of different cultures and stories, and tried to make it work in this weird wild world. I tried to cram in as much beloved creatures as possible.
As far as I know, I’m only allowed to share 5 pieces of this 100 card set I made. Here are some of my favorites. You can collect the rest over at NeonMob.