"The Astute Vapidness of Being"
This is about the denegration of culture and free expression trying to find its way through a world of commercialism and cynicism
"Get Along Little Doggie"
A throwback to the retronostalgic "cowboy" ideals of yesteryear drenched in irony
"Shed No Tears For Me For I Am Already Dead (Metaphorically)"
As you can plainly see, I lay bare my emotions on the digital canvas for all to see for I am a sensitive artiste
"Relationship Woes No. 7"
A scathing condemnation of both the concept of the traditional nuclear family and heterocentralist world in which we live
"In Space No One Can Hear You Yell 'Fire' In A Crowded Theater"
I want to live on the moon because nobody judges you there
"Tenacity of The Poor Farmer in Utah For Whom The Bell Tomes"
I drew this in the midst of a drunken stupor after contemplating the mysteries of the universe and Man's utter insignificance in the grand scheme of things and the resulting pointlessness of it all from an existentialist perspective
This is a picture of Commander Riker from Star Trek
On first glance the casual observer might think this is about the Apocalypse but it's actually about our civil liberties under the current Administration
"Untitled Found Art"
I didn't make this, this is just one of the faces that shows up if you press the "?" icon and erase the canvas
"Madness In The Streets"
I don't mean to toot my own horn but I think this is a pretty accurate depiction of the bitter mental struggle of the individual versus society
"Stop The Hate By 2008"
A lone cry for peace in a world besieged by warfare and violence. I made this during the height of the Israel-Lebanon situation but even though there's now a cease-fire I think it's still as relevant as ever.
"Peace; At Last"
My vision of collective coexisting conciousness in a peaceful utopia rendered in the style of Hieronymous Bosch if he used the medium of Kid Pix
"Love and Memory Dwells Deep In The Heart of Mankind"
A portrait of a portrait; this is one of those "conceptual" pieces that you really have to think about for a long time before even beginning to fully appreciate it
This is my attempt to bridge the gap between post-WWI Dadaism and the pre-post-Iraq War society of today to kind of comment on how the timelessness of war changes a society's values