Tuesday, September 30, 2008

new ink "transporter"

Chocolate Chip Charlie's Gonna Blow Chunks!

One of the best scenes from The Stuff!

Saul Bass - Antsy, Artsy

A few screen-grabs here from Phase IV, directed by Saul Bass. This is a fantastic, beautifully made movie, recently released on DVD and well worth finding and watching. For the full set of shots, as well as more inane blathering by me, go here.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Die Gummipuppen...DIE! Pung Krock im Damenklo

"Die Gummipuppen...DIE! Pung Krock im Damenklo", an exhibition by:

CrippaXXXalmqvist (Fin Swe/DE)

Marc van Elburg (NL)

Zeke S. Clough (UK)




What would you get if you were to give three of Europe's more obscure underground comix artists 100% totalitarian freedom to create a collaborative work of oldschool trash art thru' snail mail?

Well, of course you'd see legions of damned midgets wearing vulva-shaped hats with eyeballs for clit, working their sweat off in some weird cyberfactory, where they'd produce a deranged mutant MiKKKey Mou$e-mutoid with a 6,66-foot cock to impregnate serial-produced Dominatrixes in tight leather boots'n'rubber spandex.

You'd get confused Wehrmacht skeletons, with one hand in a 220 Volt plug socket, and the other shootin' up hyperdiesel from an automatic impregnator, whilst touring in a K-mart-shaped UFO thru' the rotten intestines of some bizarre unknown giant.

Of course you'd be seeing miles'n'miles of organic wasteland, with the occasional bloodshed eyeball poppin' out. And you'd get filthy, primitive liquid RAWK!

Yeah, of course you would...


Was würden Sie erhalten, wenn Sie drei von Europas unverständlicheren komischen Künstlern 100% totalitäre Freiheit geben sollten, um eine kooperative Arbeit der alte Schule Abfallkunst durch Schnecke Post zu verursachen?

Gut, selbstverständlich würden Sie Legionen der verdammten Zwerge sehen, die vulva-geformte Hüte mit den Augäpfeln für Kitzler tragen und bearbeiten würden ihren Schweiß weg in irgendeinem sonderbarem cyberfabrik, wo sie ein geistesgestörtes durch Mutation entstehende Variation MiKKKey Mou$e mutoid mit einem 6,66-fuss-hahn produzieren würden, um Serien-produziertes Dominatrixes in den festen ledernen Aufladungen und im Gummispandex zu imprägnieren.

Sie würden konfuse Wehrmacht Skelette, mit einer Hand in einer 220-Volt-Steckereinfaßung und das andere schießen herauf hyperdiesel von einem automatischen imprägnator erhalten, während, beireisend in ein K-Handelszentrum-geformtes UFO durch die faulen Därme irgendeines seltsamen unbekannten Riesen.

Selbstverständlich würden sie auch meilen und meilen des organischen Ödlands sehen, mit dem gelegentlichen Blutvergießenaugapfel heraus knallend.

Und Sie würden schmutziges, primitives flüssiges FELSEN erhalten!

Jawohl, selbstverständlich wurden Sie...

Opening on Saturday, October 11th, 19:00/7pm

Live gigs (20:00/8pm):

Vinyl -terror and -horror (DK/Berlin - harsh ambient)


Cheapmachines (UK *-* improvised electronics)


Claudio Rocchetti and Valerio Tricoli (Berlin/Italy/Sicily - tapes+turntables+tapes)


at Le Petit Mignon (Staalplaat store), Torstr. 68, Berlin Mitte

Ubahn/Metro Rosa-Luxemburg Platz

2eur on the first drink for the musicians!

About Vinyl -terror and -horror:

Vinyl -terror & -horror

operates through a multiple arrangement of turntables: rebuilding layers of loops

and sounds into a seductive noise experience.

About Cheapmachines:

Philip Julian has been an active part of the experimental music underground since the late 1990's recording numerous works under the name Cheapmachines. Performances are improvised using contact microphones, amplified objects/surfaces and feedback. He has also created various computer based works using software environments such as Max/MSP, Super_Collider, Pure Data and also using the open source GNU/Linux operating systems Debian and the pure:dyne distribution. He has collaborated on recordings and performances with Maurizio Bianchi, The A Band, Birchville Cat Motel, Tomas Korber, The New Blockaders and GX Jupitter-Larsen of The Haters.

Wallpaperz 2.0

Sometimes wonder why I make so many of these kinds of images ( I call them wallpapers) and I think I've figured it out: They're really easy.I wish it were something more involved, I do.
I did this one in about 10 minutes on photoshop, without Wacom , as I listened to a radio program.
It's a very simple process, flipping and cutting and pasting shapes taken from scans of drawings, usually contrasted to total black, and the payoff is pretty simple too; You can't really guess what you're going to get, exactly, until it's all flipped and pasted.It's like doing a rorschach or something.It's just kind of a cool surprise. Simple as that.

knuckle sandwich

Coming soon in La Commissure 2.

This comics is availible online in kOmikAzE web issue 19 here.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

The Order Went Through

-Click to enlarge

Bed-Sit Stew

-Click to enhale


Three gloomy goons went for a gagged gig and drowned themselves in the floor. The stumbler of the pond grinned and said “ah!ah!”.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Funky Forest!

Here's a really REALLY awesome and insane Japanese flick. It looks like it takes place in a Japanese school with David Cronenberg styled things growing out of everything. The worm creature with doll people growing out of its head is one of the weirdest things I've ever seen in a film.

I found a few clips on youtube, you gotta check these out. There's no subtitles but it doesn't matter. I have to find this movie!

Skip to the 3 minute mark in the above clip to see the insane Videodrome/ExistenZ machine.

Skip about 5 minutes into this one..


Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Alka Malka

Rats & Stuff

A recent horror game illustration:

...and some random monsters:

Cyborg Arm Ripped Out By Roots!

Ok, skip to the 3 minute mark and watch! Haha, rip the robot arm off a cyborg and they run home, cryin to mommah! Check out more post apocalyptic cheese flicks here.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

And another

Did this during a 4-hour meeting. UGH! Had fun though. Might color later.


A few new drawings for my upcoming show - I haven't been posting much so I am catching up now.

A silly little thing

Wanted to try color on this but too lazy to use Wacom


Here's a digital goof off from tonight, I turned my initials into those barbs on the legs.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Eyeball Avatar Upload


I guess I could post my avatar thusly? I also emailed to Luke but I have a feeling the email address might be Oldo Calrisian.


My screen prints arrived from the printer a couple days ago. I can't say that these photos look all that different than the jpegs I posted before from the digitial files - but that's a good thing. It means I got the pantones right and so did Clone Press. These prints will be a central part of a show I am having here in Maine that opens October 4th at the Front Room Gallery on Cottage Road in South Portland (in case any one from Southern Maine is reading this).

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Mickey Bat

Watch the cartoon as posted by Aeron earlier. Here's my version.
mickey bat
Me & Otto have been watching tons of old cartoons lately, plus some Ren & Stimpy. Otto loves Ren & Stimpy.

Digital Art Tutorials

Digital Art Tutorials Vol 1-9

Some of you might find these useful.

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I can resize them ( I think I'll do it at 150 width) . The most important thing is that they're square, or very close to square.

And now, for your edification, three drawings by Cameron Jamie: