1. She’s blasting Kraftwerk, I think. Made a cover for this upcoming podcast called Mostly Minutia.


  2. Yay! Last piece of the puzzle! I just finished a series of paintings for an upcoming 2015 calendar project, being published very soon!


  3. Brendan Monroe - Mr. Lazarre
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    plays: 19


    Herring Fro Plum recordings :)


  4. A tiny one of the queen of all pack rats! It’s for an upcoming group show celebrating female heroes.

    More miniature portraits can be seen here.


  5. San Francisco Zine Fest is happening this weekend, I will lug all my paper goods there, hope to see you there! In case you are far, they are also available on my shop section :)

    1199 9th Ave and Lincoln Way (in Golden Gate Park)

    Saturday 8/30 - 11am - 5pm

    Sunday 8/31 - 11am - 4pm


  6. Hawaiian breeze ~ I’m working a series of paintings for an upcoming calendar project!


  7. An illustration about censored baby photos for their protection of privacy. Read the full article here.


  8. Let’s get out of the house! I’m participating in The Last Cat's one night art group show this Friday, August 8, 2014 at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco. There’s more details hereHope to see you there! 


  9. Szechuan peppers can do this to ya ~


  10. Amazon boy, drop it like it’s hot.


  11. Watched a movie and then Mr.Neville ended up in my dime bag. If you are near Brooklyn, check out the Dime Bag 4 show curated by Jordin Isip. Lots of amazing artwork fitting into tiny dime bags! The show runs until late August, go ~ 

    The End is Near Gallery

    465A 7th Ave
    Brooklyn, NY 11215 

  12. Summer is a good time for a little miniature golf action on Mars! This is another piece I painted for the Life on Mars group show currently at Grumpy Bert in Brooklyn. Check out some photos here. The show is up until 7/13!


  13. Meet Serge, a sunflower floating around.


  14. Happy Midsummer guys! Don’t know about that pole thing though…


  15. Sure is Dusty on Mars, 6 x 6 inches, gouache on panel. This is one of the two pieces I painted for the Life on Mars group show currently at Grumpy Bert in Brooklyn!


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