May 30, 2011
18-21 Block C, Smithfield Square, Dublin 7
June 23rd 2011
THE ITALIAN PAVILION IN THE WORLD
54TH International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale
PAVILION HALL, ITALIAN INSTITUTE OF CULTURE
11 Fitzwilliam Square East, Dublin 2
June 9th 2011
EURO SHOW - AMSTERDAM
WIEDEN + KENNEDY GALLERY
258 Herengracht, Amsterdam
June 16th 2011
NUDE - Blatant Exhibitionism?
Group Show with an enduring theme... Galway Arts Festival 2011
THE KENNY GALLERY,
Liosban, Tuam Road, Galway
July 2nd 2011
Visit this page for exhibitions images and details CLICK HERE
May 28, 2011
Originally I illustrated this book back in the late 1990s. I found this video during a search the other day. I was very pleased to see what they did with my art but not so happy about not being consulted or paid for this.
Hey Scholastic... at least throw me a few bones would ya'?
May 23, 2011
May 22, 2011
May 20, 2011
nerosunero on Traveller, easyJet inflight magazine, a photo by nerosunero on Flickr.
for Sex Art Gallery, Amsterdam,
Traveller, Easy Jet inflight magazine (London, UK, May 2011), p. 20
Album design and illustration for Foster McGinty's new album Chateau Fiasco.
Having designed his first album Peach Red a couple years back. I wanted to continue the evolution of that style on this one, incorporating a similar bizarre and surreal flavor with the same illustrative approach.
The title provided a nice foundation of word play to begin drawing inspiration from. Bringing down the house via a good ol' seafaring cephalopod was where things ultimately ended up. The music was a nice evolution from the first album as well. I definitely recommend checking it out and I hope you dig the cover too.
Other recent music albums that I've designed
Freelance illustration portfolio
Cartoon for the Nu.nl news website, in a graphic vector style, about a sex scandal involving the French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
You're invited to sevensheaven.nl for an extended impression.
May 19, 2011
May 18, 2011
May 16, 2011
The folks at Buymetoys.com recently published issue #2 of Oz Wonderland Chronicles - Jack and Cat tales, which features a great short story by Ben Avery and yours truly.
Buy a copy HERE.
May 15, 2011
May 14, 2011
May 11, 2011
The other night Yun and I had dinner with 2 of her friends in Brooklyn. We ate at a nice place called Saul. During dinner I was telling everyone about a story I read in the newspaper. It was about how the Japanese people were finding money and wallets in the debris of the tsunami devastation. No one was keeping it for themselves. They were doing everything in their power to make sure it gets returned to it's rightful owner. Everyone was doing it, not just a majority of folks. The story really moved me. After dinner we all walked out onto the street. In front of the restaurant is a bench to sit on. I looked down and there was a brand new ipad sitting there. Cover and all. I picked it up and looked around. There was no one to be seen. Obviously someone left it by accident. I showed the group and then without hesitation walked into the restaurant and gave it to the maitre d'. I really hope the rightful owner came back and got it. I'm sure in their Manhattan mindset that they were sure it was gone for good. Luckily for them, I think I'm turning Japanese, I think I'm turning Japanese, I really think so.
May 10, 2011
May 9, 2011
Tangible 3D incarnation of the iconic Nyan Cat / Pop Tart Cat, a worldwide celebrated character from a popular short pixel art animation that is viewed millions of times at YouTube.
This 3D version of the Nyan Cat / Pop Tart Cat was created by Sevensheaven.nl and officially approved by PRguitarman, creator of the original pixel art version. The little sculpture is available from the Sevensheaven 3D Print Store.
May 8, 2011
May 7, 2011
I'm continuing my series of cartoon/comics redesigns with one of my favorite childhood Saturday morning cartoons. Hong Kong Phooey falls into the long list of Hanna-Barbera's haphazard heroes (Captain Caveman, Blue Falcon and Dynomutt, Jabberjaw, Magilla Gorilla, etc.). I adored most of these ridiculous characters because they taught me not to take this genre TOO seriously. This caused me to make many characters of my own who had paranormal abilities or talents that were more of an obstacle than an attribute (ex. The Brass Lantern: previously developed with A.G. Devitt about a guy who shines light on crime… with his eyes). Someday you will see some examples on this blog you are reading. Someday.
May 6, 2011
Music ©2011 GraveRobber
Promo for Tim Baron and Ben Avery's upcoming graphic novel.
Yeesh...I've not posted to this blog in a long long time. Feeling kinda bad about that.
SO, at the request of Mr. Jeff Andrews..I'm sharing these THOR Scribbles I posted on my blog yesterday. To scope out this and more of my other assorted artistic tomfollery, visit me at BEERS&BEARS!
If you like what you see I invite you to follow me there, and I'll make a concerted effort to post some work back to the SFG! in the future..
Have a great Friday everybody.
May 5, 2011
Since December I have spent about 5 weeks in Seoul, Korea. I always stay at the Grand Hyatt. Love that joint. There is a grand lobby with a beautiful bar overlooking the entire city of Seoul. It sits in front of 30 foot windows. Very impressive. I'm not much of a fancy boy but I do feel right at home there. Barack Obama stays there when he's in Seoul. In fact as I am writing this, Jimmy Carter is staying in the hotel. There are a lot of secret service dudes at the breakfast area. They all have their earpieces in and eyeball me suspiciously. I don't blame them because I am quite ratty looking. It's fun to go to a fancy hotel and have everyone know you. Just like President Carter, I feel like a celebrity when I'm there.
May 4, 2011
May 3, 2011
Here's a sneak peak at the Marvel version of my previous post. I thought I'd throw The Mighty Thor up here since the live-action interpretation of the Marvel Comic's character is premiering in cinemas soon. If you're interested in checking out some God of Thunder, you would be doing yourself a disservice if you didn't check out Walter Simonson's version of this Asgardian hippie. That's some top-notch comics right there.