Thursday, April 15, 2010

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

A few shots from a little photo shoot we had the other day. Taken for Lucy's online vintage clothing shop. 

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Heartbroken, In Disrepair

Another amazing song by Dan Auerbach. So I figured, while I'm at it...
Plus, my Safari isn't working well with youtube (very frustrating), and I want quick access to these videos for my own sake.

Mean Monsoon

Here's a live performance of "Mean Monsoon" by Dan Auerbach. I could honestly rave about this guy for hours. Everything he does is gold! Gold I tell ya!
I recommend you watch and listen, breathe then repeat, then check out everything else he's ever done... everything.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

I was messing with a couple of ideas earlier today. They're still un-finished, but I thought I'd share them anyways. All suggestions/criticisms are welcome.
Bottom: A T-Shirt design, still in the works. But I like the idea and composition. 
Much needed: A clever name. Any thoughts?
I haven't posted anything in the last few days, mainly because we had some dear friends come over for a little holiday. It was meant to be a holiday for them, but ended up being the same for us.... un-deservedly to say the least. But it was filled with laughs, nightly bon fires, mountain hiking/climbing, beaching, markets, eating lots of delicious food and drinking entirely too much red wine. Lots and lots of red wine... I still feel it tonight.
But I climbed a mountain, so I reckon it balanced out.
Pictured above: The Calpe Ifach (the enormously oversized rock that we conquered. Trust me, it's bigger than it appears.)
Also pictured: Jalon Market... Well obviously thats not the whole market, just one of it's more picturesque stalls.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Again, another stroll down by the beach. Some fresh air sea, warm sunshine, coffee and tostada, elderly people in motorized wheelchairs. Gotta love the Costa Blanca.  

Sombrero Boys

Don't f*ck with the Sombrero.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

While I'm on the subject of Grizzly Bear, I thought I'd post a video by the Department of Eagles, which is another creation of Grizzly's singer/guitarist Daniel Rossen. 

Grizzly Bear

Another amazing performance in the back of the Black Cab, this time Grizzly Bear performs "All We Ask" from Veckatimest. These guys just get better and better... 

Find it and so many more at 

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Vancouver, how I miss you so. The city, the people, the forest... the Asian food? Yeah, definitely the Asian food. Oh, Crystal Mall.

Friday, March 26, 2010

The Bam and Moe Show

Moe had a little encounter with something he didn't agree with during his morning pee wondering. Then quickly ballooned up and ultimately turned into a Shar-Pei looking creature, with swollen eyes and bumps and lumps covering him. But a speedy trip down to the vet and a few hours later, he was back to his normal self. Poor buggar felt pretty so sorry for himself though, and gave us a good worry...

Bam on the other hand, stayed home and ate grass. 

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Just a Thought

 An old illustration first done with pen and paper. Well, it actually started as two separate drawings that some how magically fit perfectly together. For some reason, I don't know why, I have a tendency to draw faces, as I'm sure you'll notice as time goes on. 

Interview with Guy Browning | Graphic Wall Art Community | YayArt - YayArt

Afterwards,  I was also swarmed with fans and had all the press junk-its and not to mention all the autograph signing... It's exhausting.

Interview with Guy Browning | Graphic Wall Art Community | YayArt - YayArt

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

He lives

Identity Protection Program?

Monday, March 22, 2010

Old Cork

These are some old shots from County Cork, Ireland, where I used to live as wee one.  They're all from 1890 to 1910-ish. 

Sunday, March 21, 2010

I found these at 

Saturday, March 20, 2010

King Jimi

A little ode to Jimi... The new king of post death success.

graphics by me

Old Benissa

A photo originally taken behind Benissa... the little town where I call home.

Gentlemen Love Light Swords

Here's a T-shirt design by Alvaro Arteaga Sabaini. It was one of the designs to be chosen on and I want it! I love it as a print, and I think it looks awesome as a T-shirt. 

Float On

Friday, March 19, 2010

Nice Marmot

This is a poster designed by Jay Ryan. For those who don't recognize the concept, it's taken from one of the best scenes, in, with out a doubt, one of the best films of all time... The Big Lebowski.

Jay Ryan is a Chicago-based poster artist who has done posters for The Flaming Lips, Andrew Bird, Flight of The Conchords and many more.  Known for his work with squirrels, dinosaurs and other creatures, Jay knew exactly what to do when he heard the phrase "Nice Marmot."

Thursday, March 18, 2010

KIng Charles

My girlfriend introduced me to "The Black Cab Sessions" a few months ago, which is basically up and coming artist performing a song while driving around London in the back of a Black Cab. Every one I've heard just blew me away. The songs are striped down the their pure, organic sound and really show the artists true style and talent. The one I've chosen to post today is King Charles, who I had never heard of before seeing this, but now is one of my favorite songs. You can't help but feel good when you hear it.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Walk on the Beach

Today we went for a walk on the beach in the Spanish town village concrete jungle that is Calpe. It isn't renowned for it's Spanish culture, but it does have one of the most beautiful beaches I've seen... and it's about 10 minutes down the road. 

photo by me

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Hanging by my laces

photo by me


Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Lucy Pop

I'm sure you'll see a lot of Lucy on here. Mainly because she's always around... and she does make for a good subject. 

Windy Sunset

Taken on top of Penos... Mountain. (Crude innuendo goes here)

Monday, March 8, 2010

Saturday, March 6, 2010


If you haven't heard this album yet, I totally recommend you do so. I have to say, I was a bit hesitant about Paolo, as I had only heard a couple of his older songs and they were... ok-ish. Nothing to write home about. But I have to say, this album is great from start to finish.