I’m sure you’ve heard a lot about the Australian bushfires, including seeing devastating images show up on social media. Did you know that the Australian bushfires are still happening despite recent and much needed rainfall? Experts predict that 1 billion animals have already died in the fires, with the numbers growing as they keep raging. The fires will cause global CO2 emission numbers to grow, just from burning alone. What can we do to help?Continue reading For Benefit of Australia – Artist Calendar Returns & Exclusive Print
I have just started a Kickstarter (Live TODAY) to attempt to create my very first ever soft enamel pins. I’ve always wanted to make something like this, and finally decided and came up with a design that could easily be converted into an enamel pin!
In the original Blade Runner, Gaff folds up tiny origami animals. By the end of the film, he leaves a tiny origami unicorn in front of Deckard’s front door, implying the he knew about Deckard’s dreams of a unicorn, leaving years and years of debate in the fandom over whether or not Deckard himself is a replicant.
When K visits Gaff in Blade Runner 2049, Gaff folds up an origami sheep, which is a reference to the title of the book the Blade Runner universe is based upon – Philip K. Dick’s “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”
Since the origami unicorn has been produced by many others, I would like to produce the first origami sheep lapel pin! But don’t worry… The origami unicorn is a stretch goal. 🙂
Learn more about this Kickstarter by visiting the Kickstarter project page!
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Recently I signed up to take part in a huge collaboration project for fun called South Park Reanimate. If you’re familiar with “reanimate” projects, what these sorts of projects will do is reanimate a popular project, either in their own style or a different style, but keep the content the same. Continue reading South Park Reanimated Project
A quick update of some things! Not anything huge to write up a whole blog post about, but I wanted to share some small things with my readers, friends, and fans.
I wanted to participate in the NASA Eclipse Art Quilt project, so I created this piece, titled “Totality”.
Continue reading “Totality” Eclipse Art, Collaboration, Feature, Interview, & In Progress