Thursday, October 23, 2008

Sketch Tuesday Pieces For Sale!

Hey yo! I did another Sketch Tuesday at 111 Minna, in downtown SF. I didn't have my camera on me, so there aren't any photos of kids rocking it. But I did bring home 3 of my pieces from the night. I did a fourth, but it sold just as I was packing up. The artwork below is all for sale. I'm asking $50 each, plus $6 for shipping in the US. Hit me up if you're interested.

"Draw." acrylics & on cardboard

"Experience" acrylics, white-out, & ink on paper

Box." acrylics, white-out, & ink on paper

That's all for now. I'm working like a 2-legged ferret, busting out artwork and collaborating with Deadbeatsister, in preparation for The Alternative Press Expo (APE). I'm sure I'll look like a burnt-out toaster oven by next Friday, but it'll be well worth it. I love the smell of print ink and glue sticks in the morning. It smells like... victory.

The horror... the muh'fuckin' horror!
-Bunker, out!

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

APE Live Art Flyer and Smoker!

Dig it, kiddies! Here's the black & white version of my flyer for our upcoming APE Live Art Party, along with a "Smoker Study" that's soon-to-become a new Hiredmeat/Deadbeatsister (DeadMeat) apparel design. Rawr!

I'll have the flyer colored and disseminated online in a couple days. Jim Mahfood has also done a design, with colors by Justin Stewart. We'll have printed postcards with both our pieces in the next week, just in time to blast SF with word of the event. If you're in The Bay Area during APE (The Alternative Press Expo) weekend, you should come join us. It's gonna be a night of visual, musical ecstacy!

-Bunker, out.

Friday, October 10, 2008


Chiggety-check yo'self before you wreck yo'self! Dig this collabo-commission by myself and the mystical Food One. It's for my friend, Mikey, aka Zombie Monkey. He's a big fan of the undead.

Hit me up if you'd like to commission me for an original piece of art.
-Bunker, out!

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Double Dutch Live Art!

Hey yo! Check out these pics from my Double Dutch live art show a few weeks back. The piece is called "Caffeine Angelica." I just went for straight-up painting here, from raw under-painting to fast, thick glazes of color. Liquid blast-off!

-Bunker, out!

Sketch Tuesdays @ 111 Minna!

Last Tuesday, I got in on some sketch-madness with a room full of Bay Area artists! It was on like Donkey-Kong! They were playing Cut Chemist and DJ Shadow's "Brainfreeze" thru the sound system, the bar was churning out $3 Dewer's drink specials, and the room was packed with artists sketching, painting, collaging, and having a creatively awesome time. Everyone was encouraged to tack their finished pieces to the wall and try to sell 'em off on the cheap. I was lucky enough to grab the last open table and bust out a couple bangers.

Nate Van Dyke was in the house!

Below is yours truly with my favorite Krull-fan (besides my dear ol' Dad, that is), Skinner. This kid is a riot... super-talented, fun as hell, and an all-around nice guy. Check out his work at If you're in SF, you should see the mural he did on the side of Lower Hater (corner of Haight & Steiner).
And yes, that's his art on the shirt he's wearing.

Skinner at work. Or is it play?

Two of Skinner's pieces from the evening. See, I wasn't kidding about that Krull thing. If you haven't seen it, you're missing out. Movie's got a cyclops in it, and a dude who can turn into a tiger. That's right, a TIGER. Hell yeah!

These were my contributions to the wall. One is another of my boxers, called "Here Comes The Haymaker." The other is one of my Savage Soldiers, only high-tech, called "Modern-Made Soldier." I still have these for sale, if anyone is interested.

I get the whole "Great Emancipator" thing, but this piece (Ron English's "Abraham Obama") really freaks me out. It's kinda creepy!

Yours in capitalistic democracy, always.
-Bunker, out.