Sunday, December 30, 2012

"Beer, It's good for the Beard"
acrylic on plywood with beer bottle opener
I made this one for my pops for x-mas

My girlfriend and I made this for my mother for x-mas. We found an old door in the alley by our place and broke this piece of wood off from it. We attached the rustic hooks to give it an antique/weathered look. Turned out pretty nice.

We made this one for some good friends of ours Chad and Rachel. Made from a piece of driftwood I found out by the Queen Mary here in Long Beach. Then we bolted the feather hooks into place turned out quite nice. 

Friday, December 21, 2012

A Little Uneasy
Acrylic on wood 
3 1//2" x 3 1/2" 
This little guy illustrates the emotions my friend Ken and I went through the other day with his motorcycle breaking down on him. We couldn't figure out what the hell was wrong with it and it turned out to be an adventure to say the least. Ken Bob hope you get your bike up and runnin soon!

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Creepy Sailor
Pen on tea stained bristol paper

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Here we have a field study drawing of a real life "Crawling Peter Fish"
The drawing was executed using pen on tea stained bristol paper.
Approx. 14" x  5" not drawn to actual size.

This here is a class assignment where I was to illustrate the emotion of an earthquake. We were not to take it so literally and come up with more of an abstract concept. 
I titled this one, "Mother nature ain't a lady, she's a bitch."
She's a bitch because we as human beings have been wrecking havoc all over her sacred grounds for years and she's had enough. If she had a physical appearance I'd imagine she would look like Medusa. Here she is pissed off and furious. She's peeling up the ground and eating it. Revenge is her's and you better run before she catches up to you!!!  

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

This was a school assignment in which I was to Illustrate the classic story, "The Piped Piper of Hamelin," in 3 panels. This is all done in pen and ink with an ink wash on bristol paper. Each panel is 9"x 16"

Monday, December 3, 2012

It's good for the Beard
A little thingama-bobber I made in illustrator

Sunday, December 2, 2012

The Essence of a CREEP
12"x 16"
Gouache and acrylic on canvas

Here's paranoid again.
I doctored him up a bit. Built this nice little frame to wrap around him.
Stained the thing too! What a hoot

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Oh boy!!!! Here we have MR. BITTERS.
Mr. Bitters overindulged in a little SWEET NECTAR!!
Now his face is stuck like that. 
Enamel on thrift store glass jar find.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Ink and watercolor on bristol 
wheat pasted to wood 
both untitled
approx 6" x 9"

Friday, November 23, 2012

spray paint and enamel on canvas
11"x 14"


Tuesday, November 13, 2012

mmmmmmmmmmmm COFFEE!! 
Nothing better than waking up, making some coffee,
 and enjoying the sunny morning!

Friday, November 9, 2012

It's inevitable! So stop worrying about the small stuff and enjoy yourself while your alive.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Enjoy your CREEPY adventures!!!

Monday, October 22, 2012

A Mouth Full
Acrylic covered with resin on a cabinet door
This one is a little out there. Sometimes I just can't find the words I want to say cause there's a mouth full of them in there.  The scaly beehive shape is the brain(thoughts) oozing out of his head and into the world. Keep Creepin'

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Just finished up this commissioned triptych for two very very good friends of mine Ken Bob and Eva!!! 
Titlted: The Answer is Blowing in the Wind
Total size: 45" x 45"
Medium: Spray paint, acrylic, paint pen, tracing paper, and micron pen on canvas
Inspired by good times that we've shared, music, motorcycles and most important of all CREEPINESS!!!

Saturday, September 29, 2012

I know I've given you folks some of these stickers. I want to see how creative you can get with them and send me a picture. My email is

Travelin man. Got my suitcase and I'm ready to go

Friday, September 14, 2012

a sketch from my sketch book. I really like this guy and his name is Abraham

This little drawing might be a new CREEP sticker as well. 

Thursday, September 13, 2012

here's a drawing I did for a class assignment. 
It's suppose to be an illustration for an obituary of a guy who 
loved to ride and work on motorcycles, as well as surf. 
This is done on bristol paper with pen and ink wash.
size 14" x 17"

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Thinking about getting some stickers printed!!!!!
What do ya think?

Monday, September 10, 2012

Indian ink on bristol paper
I'm thinking about pasting this on a piece of wood
as sure as eggs is eggs 
creep out the creeps

Art show at Temple Coffee

Here's the flyer I drew for my art at Temple Coffee Shop in Long Beach.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Mr. Creep
Spray paint, acrylic, and one shot enamel on 11 x 14 canvas
Started out as a quick sketch in my sketchbook and transformed into this. 

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Surf wax and coffee chaff

Just finished up this black and white illustration for Lord Windsor coffee shop here in Long Beach. Wade and Lindsay are the couple that own the place and I always feel like a part of their coffee family when I go in there for an amazing cup of joe. All their coffee is hand roasted on site! They commissioned me to draw them a t-shirt design for an up-coming event they're having. They told me they wanted a dude surfing, coffee somewhere in the design, a little psychadelic action, and their name. This is what I came up with. Here's their website if you want to see what they are all about. 

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Oil, acrylic and spray paint on canvas.
Colors inspired by steppenwolf 7 album cover i have on vinyl 

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Follow your own path. A little sketchbook doodle to keep the brain working

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Painted this Glamourous Ness for a friend that hooked me up. 
Painted with acrylic paint on black illustration board. 

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Sunday, June 24, 2012

A Red Dream
Acrylic on Bristol paper wheat pasted on a wood panel

Let's Ride
Spray paint & enamel on wood panel
Made this one for my pop's for Father's day. He rides a Heritage softail classic and got me into riding motorcycles. I always have a great time riding side by side with him. 

Friday, June 15, 2012

Painted this Grizzly for a coworker of mine. Acrylic on masonite panel.

The next three paintings are going to be up at Temple Coffee shop for the group show My Long Beach. Temple Coffee is on the corner of Temple and Broadway in Long Beach. Be sure to stop in and check these guys out in person if you can. While your at it grab a horchata latte it'll be sure to please ya. 
Don't Forget To Eat Your Prunes
Acrylic and One shot enamel on toilet seat cover 

Hey,How Are You?
Acrylic on wood collage

Pelican Dive
Acrylic and resin on wood