May 11, 2017





Currently available in my store, these limited edition digital giclee prints were produced by Frontier Fine Art Printing for the opening of Architecture of Resilience. Measuring 9″x15″, they are archival quality prints on Epson Enhanced Matte paper, signed, stamped, and numbered, and limited to an edition of 12 of each image. Head over to my store to get yours, these won’t be around forever!

May 11, 2017



As the dust settles from the last few weeks of hectic, last-minute preparations, I’ve finally gotten around to taking photos of Architecture of Resilience. I’ll be adding images of all the new work to the Studio section of the site, in the meantime, I’d like to send a big thank you to everyone who came out to the opening.

Special thanks to Victor Kali for hosting, OBSTAC for the tunes, Sup Street Food for the amazing eats and Benjamin for the killer cocktails, Temescal Brewing for the beer, Chaves Smith for art moving help, Nielsen Arts Framing and Mario Man for the framing, Frontier Fine Art Printing for printing and last but not least, the inimitable Dr. Falafel for doorman duties.

Thank you to everyone who purchased work, your support means a lot. Architecture of Resilience runs until the end of June, on view by appointment only. Send me an email at to set up a time to check out the show.

April 25, 2017






It’s currently crunch time in my studio but I’m in the home stretch and am really excited to share this new body of work with you.  My good friend Sau Hsu stopped by last week to snap these great photos during a rare moment of tidiness in my work space. Check out his site for the whole photoset.

April 9, 2017


If you’re looking for something to listen to on a Sunday afternoon, tune into the Cape and Cowl Comics Podcast to hear me ramble about anime, art world elitism, and Russian prison tattoos. It’s an awesome little podcast brought to you by some cool folks at Pandora, big thanks to Henry Lu for the interview.

March 23, 2017


Currently untitled, 30″x40″, acrylic, pencil, ink, and colored pencil on panel. See it in person April 29 for the opening of Architecture of Resilience at the Cathedral Building in Oakland.

March 23, 2017


I’m really excited to announce my next solo show, opening April 29 at the Cathedral Building here in Oakland. Architecture of Resilience will explore our internal structures of resistance and strength, how they are shaped by adversity, and how we can persist and thrive in spite of the dark clouds overhead.

Featuring new paintings, drawings, and sculptures, I’m turning my focus outward, in contrast to 2015’s Ballad of the Broken Body, with portraits of friends and strangers, depicting their interior space by threading flowing forms through architectural elements.

The show will be in one of Oakland’s most exciting new DIY venues, located in a beautiful apartment with great views of Downtown and lots of space for viewing and schmoozing. More info to come in the next few weeks, mark your calendars!

March 23, 2017


Amongst a heap of murals, commissions, and design work, last year marked the completion of the biggest indoor project I’ve ever done – these panels are 12 feet tall and are constructed from the same rough cut pine boards that were used to form the concrete walls of their location, creating a tangible connection between materials and place.

The panels are installed in a beautiful Tom Kundig designed house located in Saratoga, CA. The home combines subtle elements of Japanese architecture with really thoughtful details to create a very livable and visually striking environment, frankly I couldn’t have asked for a better setting in which to work.

I’d like to extend a huge thanks to Monty and his wonderful family for this opportunity, thank you to Ryan and everyone else at Faultline Artspace for putting up with these giants for months, and a big thank you to Shawn HibmaCronan, Mario, Julio, BJ, Jack, and Gustavo and his crew – I couldn’t have done it without you guys.

January 28, 2016


Now on display at Faultline Artspace in Oakland, the latest installment of Hands & Pants. The brainchild of Oakland art O.G. John Casey, Hands & Pants is a broad collaborative venture, employing 100+ of John’s artist peers in a unique artistic exchange. An invited artist was given the hands and/or pants and asked to complete the figure in any way the artist saw fit, with the intent to create a collective storyboard using this motif. However, the returned collaborations have gone far beyond John’s expectations in sheer artistic variety, producing an extended family of unique, individual beings. Here’s my contribution, there’s another 130 amazing artworks on display. Come see the whole crew during Faultline gallery hours, the show runs through the end of February.

January 28, 2016


Once again, it’s time to make space for a new year and new projects – help me clean out my studio and get great discounts on original work. Take home this 12″x12″ for just $180, reduced from $250, this one and all my other available work is in my store, ready to ship! Local Bay Area pickup is also available, follow the link for details.

January 28, 2016


Working on getting some new merchandise in my store, including button packs and a handful of smaller originals, prints, and laser cut items – check out what’s currently available right here. Stay tuned for more, I’ve got some exciting collaborations coming up this year as well!