Here is my piece – “Deep Space 5 – Blamo Edition” for the upcoming show December 14 at Toy Art Gallery in LA. The show celebrates 5 years of Blamo Toys. There are lots of great artists involved in the show. Check the official Pinterest page to see artwork by others in the show… The […]
Here are some pics of my piece for the Toy Art Gallery Anniversary Show opening August 14, 2013 in Los Angeles. The show runs through October 13. The show features approximately 50 artists all working on Paul Kaiju’s “Pollen Kaiser”. The Demon Hunter stands about 16” tall and includes a gold SLOBOT holding a sword […]
the SLOBOTS will be present at Music to My Ears at the Toy Art Gallery in LA, CA USA. The show opens on August 24, 2013. for more info, please check out the gallery website – Toy Art Gallery. The theme of the show is focused around music’s influence on artists. There will be two […]
hi. i just finished up this commission called “BRNCL BLL” He’s a beach cleanup robot. you can see more pics of him here: http://www.slobots.com/?wpsc-product=brncl-bll-v-1
i saw one of these Nick Cave Soundsuits at a museum a few weeks ago. while not strictly “robotic” they have a decidedly robotic feel to me… oh, in case you wondered this is not the musician Nick Cave…
i’m a jasper johns fan. last year we made a trip to NYC and stopped by the MOMA. i snapped these pics of one of Jasper’s flag paintings. i was especially happy to get to grab some close-ups to see the details in the work.
i’ve always been a fan of the VW, especially the air-cooled models from the 50s and 60s. here are some VW Bus images that i picked up awhile ago and put in my inspiration folder.
everyone knows Robert Indiana from his iconic Love piece, but he has so much more to see… i particularly like these numbers from the Indiana / Creely Numbers serigraphs.
i’ve always been fascinated by the art from the 50′s and 60′s. it seems like so much energy was happening in the are scenes at that time… here’s some art from Ellsworth Kelly that i like.
I’ve been a fan of Jasper Johns since highschool when I stumbled upon a great book on Jasper’s work by Rizzoli. I was fascinated by the huge numbers, the colors, and the targets. Here are some pieces that i personally find inspirational.