Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Grandad's Tree


Look who made it safely to Grandad's tree!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!


and what better way to celebrate than with a new picture of the billboards. Yes, we brought the sculptures to Houston Street and Sullivan and had a little photo shoot!

Surviving the Holidays


I guess we made it through...

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Friday, December 19, 2008

NewWebPick Interview! (issue 19)







I was thrilled to do an interview for NewWebPick! Please check it out. If you're not familiar with NewWebPick... http://www.newwebpick.com/ and their e-magazine http://ezine.newwebpick.com/magazines is one of the most popular and reputable design platforms of the world. The e-magazine captures more than 4 million readers mainly in N America, Europe, South America, China, South East Asia, Japan, Korea, Middle East and Africa.

Their mission is to set up a designer's platform for showing global pioneer artwork, collecting the latest international design news and evaluating period design trends.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

deck the halls...


... with home-made ornaments! This one, made from Super Sculpey and painted with acrylic, was whipped together in a couple hours and now hangs on Grandad's tree! Merry Christmas Grandad!

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

NUT Job!

MAD "20 Dumbest People, Events and Things of 2008" #497 January 2009
Who else but the brilliant minds at MAD Magazine http://www.dccomics.com/mad/ and writer Josh Eiserike http://www.josheiserike.com/ could come up with this insane idea?

Yes, it is Jesse Jackson as a nutcracker! Why? because he wants to cut Obama's nuts off. He said it himself- live on TV. Can't make this stuff up.

I am just so glad to be back in MAD 20!!!! Thank you Sam + John!

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

inspiration overload!

Joe Scarpulla, David Bell, Amy Grant
One week ago today (I would have posted this sooner but I've been covered in Sculpey) we went with the fabulous Amy Grant http://thetumbleweedstudio.com/ (my former Parsons student, turned assistant and now... amazing friend!) to visit the studio of two other of my former students- the ridiculously talented David Bell http://www.davidbellstudio.com/ and Joe Scarpulla.

They showed us the incredible sets and figures they've built for their stop motion film. We even got to see some of the footage which blew us all away! What a HUGE treat we're in for when this film is finished. Personally, I cannot wait!

These guys make me feel like anything is possible. They taught themselves how to build armatures for stop motion, how to make molds, what equipment to use in terms of cameras and lighting, the programs, the list goes on.... So inspiring! Thanks guys!

Flogged Magazine interview


Just a quickie for now as I am knee deep in sculpting... Check out Flogged Magazine http://www.floggedmagazine.com/ and while your there, download the November 08 issue!

You can find me on pages 12 + 13, and 23 + 24!

Thursday, December 11, 2008

screaming in the rain


(3rd Ave/17th or 18th street)

last night in the rain we found another MasterCard ad on a phone kiosk. Couldn't resist taking yet another photo!

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Rock 'n' Roll Star

Noel Gallagher of OASIS, unpainted, Super Sculpey

Oh Noel! I am so sorry love, but I'll have to put you on the shelf yet again. I just got a very exciting job in from one of my favorite art directors at the Wall St Journal.

Somehow, I am sure you'll wait for me.

oh help, am i really talking to my sculptures?



Wednesday, December 3, 2008

say hello to my little friends


Yessssss! More phone kiosk sightings on 3rd Avenue.

Larger than Life




We found the giant MasterCard Ads on Houston Street and the corner of Sullivan... There are three in a row! How funny to see my little sculptures get so big.