I know I have or have had many followers in the past very interested in my work and artistic endeavors and I just wanted to inform those of you still interested that I now have a website where you can find just about everything. Portfolio, bio, store, contact form, and a blog that I’m updating constantly for those who’d like to keep up with what I’m doing. Go check it out! :)
After seeing Incubus in September and experiencing things beyond words and a new found inspiration, I was inclined to do some late night research on Brandon Boyd. After watching countless interviews I some how stumbled upon his artwork. What a spectacular man indeed. Between the live experience sparking my endless love for music and finding his artwork and writing I am more inspired than ever. I feel like I’ve found a new side of myself and I’m always not only open to, but deeply fascinated by new ideas and forms of creativity. New thoughts and techniques. Digging deep within the soul. Feeling and experiencing new things. Exploring the endless possibilities this world has to offer. A bit of a life changing experience to say the least. And now four things are simply a must. 1. Acquire some of these wonderful prints and hang them in the cave. 2. Get my hands on his two books “White Fluffy Clouds” and “From The Murks Of The Sultry Abyss” 3. See Incubus again. 4. Meet Brandon Boyd.
In honor of me finally getting to see Gaslight again in September I decided to do another portrait of brian!
“Oh mother what have you become, dancing in the ashes of your burning son”
Lyrics by: Hector Sanchez (The Crawl Insider), Rest in peace brother.
Original art done by: Tina Tartaglia
Re-creation and Tattoo done by: Ed Slocum
I can’t say enough how awesome it is to see my work on someone else’s skin. I really cannot wait to start tattooing! Big shout out to Ed tho for being an awesome dude and amazing artist!!