For years I have had this crazy side-project to create a small wood and glass tank in which a person could create a tiny A-frame wave. It may not be perfect, but its still pretty fun to mess around with. The slope of the tank was built up by clamping dozens of cut pieces of […]
Well it was a bit of a strange season for salmon fishermen in Bristol Bay this year. For a variety of reasons, the run came early, which led to some good early June fishing for the crews that were wise enough to start during free week. It is possible a number of fish made it […]
I’m very excited to be showing at the Roll Up Gallery fri May 31st with some talented folks, including my SFAI classmate Alexis Amann. Come check it out if you can.
Chicken or Beef is a blog run by Jotopia, a German art and design site. Check out the short interview that they recently posted on their site, featuring some new work.
Just released a new zine with my pal Ryan Beavers, its a double sided deal with each of us taking a half and meeting in the middle. These are all signed, an edition of 100. You can pick up a copy at these fine establishments: highinthebay.com if you want it shipped to you, at RVCA on […]
The next of the Clipperton Project’s art events will be kicking off this thursday Feb 21st in Mexico City at the Museo Diego Rivera Anahuacalli. Check here for info on the event. Shown here is the painting I just finished and sent down for the show. (“The Albatross and the Container” Ink on Paper 45×45″, […]
In November the annual Cold Water Classic surf contest was happening in Santa Cruz, CA. Along with it came the final show for an around the globe traveling art show that O’neill put together to celebrate 60 years since Jack started the wetsuit company. I was lucky enough to get this painting accepted into […]
I recently put together a photo essay for FecalFace.com all about the Clipperton Project expedition that I was part of last spring. Check it out here. There are photos from many of the participants and a lot of blabbering by yours truly.
Goofy title, serious show…well sort of. If you live out in the beautiful Sunset District of San Francisco, you must go check out your new neighborhood store Establish. The lovely ladies that put this place together have gathered goods from tons of local artists and craftsmen. From hand-made jewelry and wood workings, to recycled skateboard […]
Well it was a great salmon season, as I can feel by the carpal tunnel in my wrists still. This magazine cover shows myself and my longtime pal/crewmate Conor Kelly, doing our thing. Our Graveyard Point neighbor, the talented Corey Arnold, was kind enough to use this shot for Pacific Fishing magazine. Keep a heads […]