Draw Like Vector is a new series of hand drawn illustrations up now at NONSTNDRD.
I designed some artwork for Momentum Wheels last year (thanks Andrew!)
based on my love of Dungeon & Dragons. Just stumbled upon the product page and saw them there!
Check out the catalog here.
One of those weird things that happen. My friend Phil had asked me a while back to help him do some artwork for an upcoming shirt for Odd Future. The idea was a I HEART Miley Cyrus shirt, but the heart of course would be two dolphins in the shape of a heart. Anyhow, the shirt will now be available Fall 2011 at https://www.oddfuture.com/en/products.
MIAMI, FL: I’ll be participating in an upcoming show presented by Neon Forest called Into the Void, at the Wynwood Exhibition Center in Miami, FL. The group show features artwork by Skinner . Julian Duron . Rocky Grimes . Chris Dyer . Jose Mertz . Michael C. Hsiung . Gina Marie Sandlin . Morgan Blair . Hydro74 . Plinio Pinto . Scott Donald . Leslie Martinez & more. Plus Video Installations by Video Artist: Brinson Renda.
Into the Void
8 pm to Midnight
Cafeina/Wynwood Exhibition Center
297 Northwest 23rd Street
Art Park presents “Phantom Moments” by their first US artist resident, Nathaniel Russell on Friday, September 23.
Nathaniel makes drawings, prints, and paintings of mysterious figures, imaginary books and posters, primitive character study, dream thoughts, and references to our common subconscious connections. His prints and drawings have been exhibited internationally in numerous solo, group, and traveling exhibitions in cities such as San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City, London, and Tokyo. Zines of his drawings have been published by small presses in Scotland, Canada, and Germany. If you happen to be in the beautiful Byron Bay, go check it out.
Phantom Moments by Nathaniel Russell
Friday, September 23 · 6:00pm – 9:00pm
5/11 Banksia Drive, Byron Bay (Arts Estate).
Today I finished a drawing for this year’s annual Yarrr art show, which I am keeping under wraps for now. My friend Micah Pearson runs a small Tshirt brand here in Melbourne, called Yarrr.
Each year, he gets a number of different artists to design a Tshirt print and produces a limited number of each shirt which he then sells via his website. He also holds an annual exhibition where the original artworks are on display. Despite some bad luck at times (dodgey beer sponsors trying to get in with what I guess they percieved as the cool youth/skate market, and then deciding not to deliver 1 hour before the event) it’s always one hell of a party.
Last year (apart from having to supply beer for everyone at the opening, out of his own pocket) Micah also produced a calendar so each artist got given a month to base their design on. I was given April, so I based my drawing very loosely on Easter…. and of course skateboarding, heavy metal and a bad pun. I was hardly breaking new ground. I think my caption was something like “Easter Metal – celebrating the death of Jesus for over 2,000 years.” Real cerebral stuff.