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NES Illustrator

Vector NES Controller

At my job my coworkers and I started “After Work Learn Club,” where our designers, engineers, VFX artists and video Editors as well as anyone who’s interested can hang out, get some drinks, and share their knowledge. Once a week … Continue reading

Wacom Intuous Pro

Wacom Intuous Pro

This is my third Wacom product review. A while back I reviewed the Graphire drawing tablet, then the Wacom CintiQ 21UX. If you remember my Graphire review – it wasn’t exactly glowing. It was the first drawing tablet I ever … Continue reading

Digital Graffito

Digital Graffito

Though I don’t paint graffiti myself, I’ve been known to doodle pieces in in my art books and school notebooks. While I enjoy working with physical mediums, my skills are definitely sharper in the digital realm. The other day I … Continue reading

CCTV Action Figure

CCTV Action Figure

While I was working on the Oracle figurine I got inspired to make one for CCTV – another local graffiti artist. CCTV is an interesting artist, because his work has a very unique style for the graffiti world. He paints … Continue reading

Node Bucket

Node Bucket (Beta)

A long time a go I wrote a paint-bucket style painting application. Just for fun I decided to make a special mode where the paint bucket would randomly change colors at various times, or change color every time I pushed … Continue reading

I can has Whiteboard Art?

Whiteboard Art

As I’ve mentioned before on this blog, I used to work at Swirls, a frozen yogurt, smoothie and sandwich shop. Some days we had a lot of time to kill, so I spent a good hour making this sign: (Click … Continue reading

Leaving Milpitas Poster

Sandy Stec Improv Poster

The Star 101.3 Radio DJ and stand up comedian, Sandy Stec contacted me about making her website among other things. One of those side projects was this poster for the stand up comedy show, “Leaving Milpitas.” After circumstances hit her … Continue reading

Alien Sunset

Alien Sunset

This was another old piece of work I recently rediscovered. Like the Box in the Jack, I originally doodled bits of this project on paper and colorized them in Photoshop. It all started with this guy: (Click for full size) … Continue reading

Box in the Jack

Box in the Jack

This was an old, old, old project that I just found on my computer and decided to upload. Being an introvert myself, I often feel like the odd one out, like the opposite of everyone. I was doodling and came … Continue reading

Oil Pastel Fruit

Oil Pastel Fruit

I was visiting a local Japanese dollar store (technically a $1.50 store) and some Oil Pastels caught my eye. When I was a child, I once saw Oil Pastels as a sort of forbidden-crayon, since my parents would not let … Continue reading

Graffiti Train Yard

Graffiti Train Yard

We saw these decorated trains off in the distance, whilst on another adventure. We decided to check it out, and it was worth it.

The Swamp

The Swamp

The Swamp is yet another storm drain canal, that get’s it’s name from the swampy like conditions you walk through. It has become a great graffiti yard for all the locals, but has to be the place I’ve seen the … Continue reading

East Bay Bridge

East Bay Bridge

This was a quick stop on the way home from some other adventure. It was a bridge tucked away in an east bay nature trail. It had some of my favorite graffiti artists, such as Plantrees and Snort.

Gats Warehouse

Gats Warehouse

I heard about a warehouse with a well known graffiti artist on the outside, named GATS. We were in the area, so we swung by. We weren’t able to get inside this trip, (although we did in a latter trip), … Continue reading

Epic Canal

Epic Canal

For my second canal trip, I went to this amazing drain system that had some of the best graffiti I’ve seen in the entire Bay Area. Much respect to these artists, both for their work, and for respecting each others … Continue reading

Three Canals

Three Canals

This is a weird little storm drain oddity. A local storm drain was split into three separate channels, that the Bay Area’s best graffiti artists decided to turn into a rather epic street-art gallery.

Multitouch Art

Multitouch Art

This time I built a simple multitouch system using some wiimote hacking techniques. The idea was to make a future new-media art piece that would allow any number of viewers to change it as they desire. The artist creates a world, instead of a static piece. This ended up being the final in my ART 12 class. Continue reading

Wireframe N64 Controller

Wire N64 Controller

Another one for my Art 13 class. This is like a 3d poly mesh of a n64 controller… except in real life. Made from modeling wire and lots and lots of painful twisting. This was interesting piece to make. Continue reading

Sheet Metal Sculpture

Sheet Metal Sculpture

This was a simple project that involved cutting and bending a square piece of sheet metal into an abstract sculpture. We got to chose the cut, the bend and the colors. Continue reading

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