Skulls here! Getcha skulls here! These drawings of skulls were used in the design for a landscape I did in memory of Steve Carlesi. These were done in my sketchbook on a beautiful day at the beach with my wife. It’s a bit strange to draw something like this in the presence of beach-goers, but […]
This drawing was inspired by the child that would not shut her damn mouth from Newark all the way down to Nashville. I had to distract myself somehow and unfortunately did not have headphones with me. I would have drawn something depicting this child being thrown from the plane, but I am sure the airline […]
One of my favorite photographers is Annie Leibovitz and I had the chance to read this book during a recent vacation. I enjoyed the non-gloating tone of the book even though it featured amazing work. Some of it very iconic and familiar in pop culture. She describes what drove her to pick up a camera […]
Quick post from the park near Old Man Rafferty’s and Harvest Moon off of George Street in New Brunswick. [youtube]http://youtu.be/eyrYPEgVdgM[/youtube]
When I think of positive reasons for living in the state of New Jersey, residents like Patricia Krentcil come to mind. I was unaware that tanning booths had an “incinerate” feature. I dedicate this meme to all the sun worshippers out there rapidly aging their skin beyond its years.
I’ve been reassembling my 1981 DeLorean DMC-12. Parts courtesy of P.J. Grady DeLorean in West Sayville, New York. Nobody knows more about this special car than Rob Grady.
Central Park, formerly the Cavalier Diner, is a great place to grab a bite to eat. During the day it’s a casual/quasi-upscale restaurant. Most entreees are priced around $20.00 and there is an extensive wine/cocktail list as well as an equally impressive sushi list. During the night they move many of the tables out of […]