This Graffiti Mural was up in Kensington Market for the past two years. It was a life sized comic book reflection of the Market itself including all sorts of old fashioned shops & a crowd full of all sorts of crazy characters. I got a lot of compliments on this and people seemed to really enjoy it. The artwork on the wall has changed recently ( as all street art should!) so I was really happy to find this great panoramic photo by Resa McConaghy so the mural can live on. Check out more of Resa’s graffiti documentation at graffitiluxandmurals.com
Had an amazing time at the 2014 toronto Fanexpo!!! It was so awesome to meet & reconnect with the crazy people. I am having mad costume withdrawal this week & can’t wait to do it again next year!!!
above-HEYAPATHY vs ASSASSIN’S CREED COSPLAY ( I almost lost an eye)
NEW 18″ x 24″ SURREAL CROWDS SCREEN PRINTS NOW AVAILABLE! An intense examination of strange characters, demonic devices and a couple of teddy bears driving around in a japanese sports car! My goal while creating this artwork was to give enough attention to detail so that individual could become a fully developed character.
New Rush hour/Apocalypse T-Shirts are ready for the TORONTO FANEXPO!!! This explosive imagery was originally from my first drawing installation entitled HEY APATHY! & the APOCALYPSE back in 2001. Even though this style of cityscapes has continued to be amoung my most popular images I never got around to making shirts until now. I’m really excited to be exhibiting them at the upcoming convention. If you’re interested in the story behind these dark drawings you can read more on this existential art page.