Saturday, July 14, 2012

Painted Beer Pong Table

Back in May was one of my roommate's 21st birthday, Shana. She told me she wanted to make a beer pong table, so I volunteered my services to paint it as her birthday present. She gladly accepted and a week later we went to go pick it up. It was HUGE, though she assured me that it was regulation size. I did not know there was such a thing as regulation beer pong table size, but I was like OK, I can do this. At 8 feet long it seemed like something that would take forever, but with the help of my two roommates, Lucy and Shana we finished it right before her huge bash and it was a great success.


The image that I painted on the surface of the table was an image that I had created some time ago, what I did was modify the image some to include the three of us, a mermaid, an elephant and an owl.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Saw Painting

I was commissioned to do a painting last month. All I had instructions for was to paint on a SAW and it had to have a fisherman and a boat in it. They gave me an inspirational photo of a Thomas Kincade painting which was little use to me... yep. Well here is what I came up with, it was a very strange way to paint with such a horizontal "canvas."




Thursday, March 8, 2012

World of Beer Festival

So, here it is: I've been away for a while, but I recently entered a contest back in my hometown Raleigh, NC and ended up winning first place. Cool huh? Well it is for a beer festival hosted by "World of Beer" and here is what I came up with:

Click here: for the ARTICLE that All About Beer Magazine wrote about the releasing of my name as the contest winner!


Thursday, August 11, 2011

Wavves!

So, I did this other 3-D illustration a while back and wanted to share...its my version of the album King of the Beach by Wavves.

 side views



Thursday, July 21, 2011

The PBR Drinker

A play on The Absinthe Drinker by Edgar Degas.


(hip kids) 
 

Sunday, April 17, 2011

3-D Collage

This is a narrative based off of the song "From My Own True Love (Lost at Sea)" by The Decemberists.  

I used layers of cardboard, cut paper, fabric, and string. Here are some close-ups of the piece.

For the Record

For this art show the only requirement was to recycle old records in some way. I chose to paint/collage directly onto the records. I had an idea to do a dream sequence on an old man and here are a few I came up with, there are 10 total: