Sunday, January 10, 2010

stuffs

Here's another drawing from my upcoming show... It's called: "Wildlife - Marine Regions" and its 18" x 23"... I noticed that I never put up decent documentation of the butterfly piece, so here it is. It's around 46" x 60". Now I will never mention the drawing again... click on them and they get a lot bigger...

Also, anyone wo reads The Road of Knives may have noticed that I haven't posted on it in a really long time, since early summer... I've actually stopped working on it. I feel sort of sad about that, because I loved working with Shawn and Zak and thought it was a really cool project. I decided to drop out though because I found it took up a lot of my time, and I was having a hard time getting my personal work done.. Anyway, they are still going strong with it, Shawn's newest move is killer, and they just set up a new website for it...

Below is Shawn's newest mover, and HERE is the new website...

Ok, bye everyone. I'll put some more show work on here later on...

10 comments:

Nik Dudukovic said...

Nice. Letting the speech bubbles break out of the boxes in the grid drawings is a good idea. Makes a huge difference.

namie said...

困難的不在於新概念,而在於逃避舊有的概念。.........................

Brody said...

Dude! No more Road of Knives!!! While the other dudes are killer, it's a shame you're not doing it anymore, i always looked forward to your latest frame. Keep up the hardcore work though bro! you're awesome.

Brody said...

Dude! No more Road of Knives!!! While the other dudes are killer, it's a shame you're not doing it anymore, i always looked forward to your latest frame. Keep up the hardcore work though bro! you're awesome.

Brody said...

Dude! No more Road of Knives!!! While the other dudes are killer, it's a shame you're not doing it anymore, i always looked forward to your latest frame. Keep up the hardcore work though bro! you're awesome.

Nicholas Di Genova said...

Hey, thanks a lot man! I may still do a move or two in the future...

Erin said...

Hey, I work for RxArt...thanks for the post on Between the Lines. I really really dig your stuff. :)

-Erin

Nicholas Di Genova said...

Thanks Erin, the colouring book pages were a lot of fun to work on....

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Alex said...

Love your work man!