Coming Saturday, April 25th is A Little Bazaar! Local friends The Betrayers and The Lad Mags are throwing a rummage sale/craft market to raise money for their upcoming European tour. I’ll be there with a table so this would be a great time to stop by and grab some prints, stickers, and other art goodies made by yours truly.
The event will feature some DJs slingin tunes for the afternoon, as well as a BBQ (veggie-friendly) and is open to all ages. Bring your mom! Bring your kids!
During the winter I have been working as a teacher’s assistant to the illustration class at the University of Alberta. To wrap up the class, the students are hosting a pop-up shop at the university to showcase their illustrated items (and sell them too, of course!).
Come by the UofA this upcoming Wednesday between 2 and 5 to snag some awesome, handmade goodies from some amazing new Edmonton talent.
A few fine folks have gotten together to create a new artist collective, ARTTRA, and will be having their first zine launch party March 7th 2015 at Bohemia on 97st (Edmonton, Alberta). Some great bands will be performing including Catholic Girls from Calgary and locals Rhythm Of Cruelty. ARTTRA has been kind enough to invite me to create an installation for the night. Come hang out to support some great local artists.
More info can be found on the facebook event page. See you there!
I am super excited for my fourth Royal Bison Art & Craft Sale. Come join me on November 28, 29, and 30th and check out awesome handmade prints, crafts, and more from all of our local Edmonton creatives. I will have a table set up with some prints, stickers, and notecards of my illustration work. See you there!
I have added some new mini prints to my store on Etsy, Black Math Studio. These prints and their original counterparts will also be available at the upcoming Royal Bison event in Edmonton. More information on that to come!
This month I am taking a stab at #inktober - a challenge to create an ink drawing every day during the month of October. I haven’t been doing so well at the ‘every day’ part, but I love that it is challenging me to make quicker, small drawings that I can work through in one sitting. Here is my favourite one I have completed so far.
A magazine dedicated to metal and industrial music, Crown of Viserys has been chipping away at this years annual chock-full of interviews and more. I was lucky enough to be part of this magazine for an interview, sharing a little bit about my process and my artwork.
Click Here for an excerpt from the interview and the upcoming annual.