Thursday, December 31, 2009

thank you.

i felt i should thank everyone out there on my final post of the year. thank you to all who have supported my art by either showing up to shows, purchasing art, visiting this blog, or any other way that i haven't mentioned. it's been a very good year for me, and i'm looking forward to this coming year and whatever good surprises it may bring.

on another note, i thought i'd remind anyone that might be reading in the san diego area to come to our show on the 15th at subtext.
this is a pic with my good friends that i'll be showing with: tom haubrick(middle), and eric davison(right), and bandit(eric's partner in crime).

once again, thank you and please keep reading!


Thursday, December 24, 2009

i painted this as a gift for someone on christmas. i know she never reads my blog, so i can post this without worrying that she'll see it.
merry christmas!

Sunday, December 20, 2009

updated flier

ignore my previous flier for our upcoming subtext show. this one is much fancier, designed by our good friends at subtext.
come party with us!
we'll see you soon, san diego.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

web designers?

i mentioned that i illustrated a cover for penguin books in a previous post. the book is called "light boxes", and it's a very good book. I've also read that it will be made into a film soon, and it's getting a lot of hype. now, i'll get to the point of mentioning all this.
shane jones, the author of this great book, asked me if i knew anyone who has web design skills, who can help to make a website for this book. these are his words:

"hey ken,

a quick question - do you have any friends that are savvy/work for cheap website designers?

i need an "official" site. penguin books doesn't pay, and i can pay only $200-$300. it would be good exposure for a designer - with all the hype on the book and all.

let me know if you have any leads.

i want the site to be fairly simple, but really fresh and modern. if that makes sense in any way."

if you're interested, send him an email to:

Monday, December 14, 2009

LOST art.

as i posted below, i'll be participating in a LOST themed show at gallery 1988. it's supposed to be a big deal celebration kicking off the last season of the show. check it out if you're in Los Angeles tomorrow. i figured most people who might read this blog wouldn't be able to make it to the show, so i'm posting my contribution a little ahead of time...

Thursday, December 10, 2009

la weekly.

thanks again to the good folks at la weekly!

Monday, December 07, 2009


i just had some silkscreens made of my piece "lust" (pictured below). it's an edition of 50, and they're available in my etsy store.
this is the first silkscreen i've released. they're 18"x24" on cream colored paper.

more news soon...

Thursday, December 03, 2009


this post is fresh from the gallery 1988 blog. I'm a big fan of the show, so i'm thrilled to be involved!