"star stuff"
ink and gouache on bristol
My piece for the Space show at Gallery 1988 West. The show opens July 22 and is curated by Mike Mitchell.I am very grateful and proud to be in this show for a number of reasons. Mike Mitchell has been a long time friend and I was very surprised and honored that he asked me to partake in this show. Mike’s enthusiasm about space had a profound impact on my beliefs. For once, everything made sense. I knew what we are and where we came from. The stars. The universe is us and we are just expressing ourselves for the briefest of times. I am paraphrasing Eckhart Tolle here but you get the point. We are just a blip throughout the timeline of the universe. I am going to make the best of it while I can. 
This one’s for you Mike. I owe ya.

"star stuff"

ink and gouache on bristol

My piece for the Space show at Gallery 1988 West. The show opens July 22 and is curated by Mike Mitchell.

I am very grateful and proud to be in this show for a number of reasons. Mike Mitchell has been a long time friend and I was very surprised and honored that he asked me to partake in this show. Mike’s enthusiasm about space had a profound impact on my beliefs. For once, everything made sense. I knew what we are and where we came from. The stars. The universe is us and we are just expressing ourselves for the briefest of times. I am paraphrasing Eckhart Tolle here but you get the point. We are just a blip throughout the timeline of the universe. I am going to make the best of it while I can.

This one’s for you Mike. I owe ya.

g1988
g1988:

piece above by Bennett Slater.




Gallery1988 (WEST) is proud to announce that this Friday, June 21st, we will open “SPACE: The Gallery Show,” a group exhibit curated by artist Mike Mitchell. The show, which will celebrate the past, present & future of space exploration and the awesomeness that is the universe, will feature over 50 amazing artists all working in many different mediums. The show will feature new artwork from G1988 regulars like Mitchell, Scott C., Andrew DeGraff, Olly Moss, N.C. Winters and Justin White, but also include new names to the gallery, like Jeffrey Brown, Dave Correia, John Martz and Emily Partridge.

This show promises to be new, unique and memorable - and people may want to get to the gallery early for “first in line giveaways.” 
 
The opening reception is THIS FRIDAY, from 7-10 PM. The night will also be hosted by Bobak Ferdowsi, everyone’s favorite Systems Engineer! 
 
All the work will then go online the next afternoon for viewing and purchase at gallery1988.com.
 
The show will run through July 20th.





I have a piece in this show along with other amazing people! Come check it out! It’s gonna be spaaaaceeeeeeeeial.

g1988:

piece above by Bennett Slater.

Gallery1988 (WEST) is proud to announce that this Friday, June 21st, we will open “SPACE: The Gallery Show,” a group exhibit curated by artist Mike Mitchell. The show, which will celebrate the past, present & future of space exploration and the awesomeness that is the universe, will feature over 50 amazing artists all working in many different mediums. The show will feature new artwork from G1988 regulars like Mitchell, Scott C., Andrew DeGraff, Olly Moss, N.C. Winters and Justin White, but also include new names to the gallery, like Jeffrey Brown, Dave Correia, John Martz and Emily Partridge.
This show promises to be new, unique and memorable - and people may want to get to the gallery early for “first in line giveaways.” 
 
The opening reception is THIS FRIDAY, from 7-10 PM. The night will also be hosted by Bobak Ferdowsi, everyone’s favorite Systems Engineer! 
 
All the work will then go online the next afternoon for viewing and purchase at gallery1988.com.
 
The show will run through July 20th.

I have a piece in this show along with other amazing people! Come check it out! It’s gonna be spaaaaceeeeeeeeial.

dharbin

dharbin:

nobrowpress:

It’s here! Destination X by johnmartz out now! A sci-fi parable about obsession and singlemindedness. It’s debuting at TCAF and available exclusively now from

This is the first thing I’ll be hunting down at TCAF. John Martz is one of my favorite cartoonists, biggest influences, and (somehow) a good friend, and I honestly can’t wait to read this book, which looks gorgeous. 

John Martz is one of the nicest guys I’ve met, as well as Dustin. This looks fantastic and I can’t wait to pick it up. Looks awesome John!

nimaiya asked:

Hey dude, I'm a fan of your art for a while and I've been wondering what pens do you like to illustrate with in your sketchbook (like the Prison Pit ones) and also program do you prefer to work with when you do digital art?

I have been pretty keen on these Kuretake brush pens lately. They’re pretty much my all around inking tool now unless super fine details are needed. I also use Col-Erase non-photo blue pencils for layouts.

http://www.jetpens.com/Kuretake-No.-55-Double-Sided-Brush-Pen-Hard-Soft/pd/2667

I use Photoshop CS3 for all digital works.

Thanks!