Sep 11, 2014

I Survived Summer 2014

My son was told to pick the weeds from our property. He returned with the weeds in his mouth, whispering the words ‘olive oil’. Olive oil was poured on the weeds and his face, providing onlookers with the symbol of a dove holding an olive branch. My son was symbolizing peace, all along. 

At least our tunnels were designed by leaders, and built by hard workers. The ‘intent’ wasn’t for trafficking weapons, but for getting people from A to B. Or from Park AVe to Wall Street like my husband. Even though he can be a real weapon sometimes. Not just to his coworkers, but to me as well. Sometimes I just wish my husband would treat me better. I understand, New York City in the summertime is stressful and it does get hot in the tunnels on his way home from work. But I guess that’s why we have property in Connecticut; to escape.

How to formulate an image so bad, so evil that it will affect a child for a lifetime. Especially if this thing, this problem, is intangible and out of reach. Imagery that can grow and have open possibilities.

Is it too early for me to be making victory laps? Given the circumstances, given how far away the bad guys are. I think we can trust everyone in arms length. If not, speak up once I’m finished and we can find a proper solution.

What if Derby could actually show us what Hitler’s invasion of Brighton would have been like. Wouldn’t be a bad reminder that we won. Every now and then. Is there potential for Derby? What does he know and how can he teach us. Working on renders.

Transportation design; what if we figured out a way to get Derby to say KSM is a modern day Hitler in front of the Freedom Tower. Suggestions before said include delicatessens. Something we’re used to and something they’re used to. It’ll be up to the investors. What’s that place in Seinfeld called.

And then it makes you want to render. Applying math to anticipate where guests will sit once the project is complete.

The Night of the Cleaning Up of the Streets - the moment when we realized something had to be done, because it was getting out of hand. 

The Crusaders of Leadership

May 20, 2014

Showing Support for Bellus Bene

Bellus Bene in iron; to showcase our permanence. 

May 20, 2014

Viva Las Vegas


Please, no climbing on monument.


But post to show your support. 

Apr 8, 2014

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Mar 19, 2014

Benjamin’s Paradox

A Bostonian commuter wants technology to fail just as much as he wants it to succeed. If the entire Northeast electric grid fails, he won’t have to show up to work downtown. However, he also won’t be able to enjoy viewing Jimmy Fallon, Kevin Hart or anything NFL related at home

acrylic, gouache, watercolor, graphite on canvas

30 in x 56 in

Mar 16, 2014

Deborah Robbins and her boys Ayden and Isaac

acrylic, gouache, watercolor and graphite on canvas

30 in x 56 in

Feb 17, 2014


I recently worked on a few movie posters for my buddy Matt Rosenbaum’s upcoming film Scratch

Feb 16, 2014

The Price is Right

The Price is Right marketing strategy applies to viewers of all demographics. In this example, a young man is attracted to a model showcasing a new car. He presses pause, enters the restroom and masturbates with Kleenex brand tissues, an item featured earlier in the episode

Jan 12, 2014

California, Illinois


Daytime Dissapointments


My brother fell down the stairs wearing Uniqlo and drinking Fresca


The TLC Drama Bowl’s half time show features a lecture by the hosts of Tanked about the struggles of being a New York immigrant in Las Vegas, properly executing mischievous pranks and getting zany while running a successful business


Everyone has their own speculations about the impossibilities of Home Alone


You gotta have big balls and a one page CV to chill in this man cave


The original University of Springfield Illinois Donners logo


Dec 17, 2013

Go Gators!

"Sure, keep them." She had a regretful revelation that the panties were actually a game day G-string that had been passed down in her family for three generations. They featured the old GAtors logo, with decapitated Seminole Indian heads. First they were Joyce’s. Then Lisa’s. Then Addie’s. Now Kyle’s.

Dec 16, 2013

Dec 11, 2013

F*ck That! Tacos

A rejection package from the F*ck That! Tacos chain to my boy Dreggs.

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