His actions are a response to the world around him. In this piece I wanted to glorify Blank by emulating those old movie star head shots, you know the ones with the dramatic lighting and deep shadows. They were so beautiful.
This is more of a descriptive portrait of the Fat Clown. He is mainly in charge of rounding up innocent children for the Boogie Clowns. This is what calms him, the fear from little children.
This piece does not have many secrets. The Monkey Clown is harsh, vicious, crass and loves it. I don’t wish to make him seem murderous because that is not exactly what the Boogie Clowns do. A creature like him is not known for adhering to the rules.
Street LureThey are loud, colorful and full of evil goodies. Here we are watching the Boogie Clowns do their thing. If you were a child and fell victim to the lure of the Monkey Clown, everything would become a blur. Suddenly people, cars even your family seem less important than that nice red lolly. Beware the lolly!
Battle CriesHellboy is an unlikely super hero created by one of my all time favorite story tellers Mike Mignola. Even without tights or a cape this dark creature will always be my hero.
He is one of Hellboy’s most diabolical adversaries. I wanted to play up this persona and give a look into his erie technological genius.
When I was a kid, my imagination would bring to life many monsters and creatures. For the most part I feared them, but for some reason I couldn’t get enough of them. Much like the boy in this piece, my work is perched on a single branch that teeters on the edge of being scary and fun.
This children’s story, written by Antoine De Saint-Exupery, has always fueled my imagination. Through recent rediscovery of the book, I realized that these ideas that were forming needed to be taken to the next level. So I began crafting sculpture studies based on the main characters. What you see here is the cover to the series.
All eyes are on the conceited man, even the flowers appear to be entranced by his charm. The reflection of his face in the sky is the glorification of his self image. Hats off to a man who can wear a suit that is both drawn on and puffy.