NDA says I can show it but I can’t say what it is for, yet.
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I’ve been fortunate enough to be swamped with work but I indulged myself 5 minutes for this sketch of Raijin.
In related news, I have an illustration based off the Japanese Shinto thunder god, “Raijin” as part of a live music + art show. Anyone in the San Francisco area on the 9th of March 2013, go check out this event, it’s called “Beasts & Beats V”.
When they post a teaser up for my piece, I’ll be sure to repost it here.
Threadless has a contest right now, themed “East meets West”. My entry is titled “Chanpuru / Campur”, a Japanese-Okinawan dish whose name came from the Indonesian word “Campur”, which means “mix”. Head over there to see my concoction of both East and the West.
Check it out, if you want it on a shirt, vote for it! Thanks!
A face found amongst a temple in Bali.
With joy and love, from Bali.
If the world were to truly end today or soon, I hope it puts on a really good show with lots of monsters and deities.
Sunlight and sunsets, I like them.
Click here for my post about the Balinese depiction of Hanuman, in comparison with Katsuya Terada’s “Monkey King”.
Here’s my illustration for the Spider-Man shirt competition over at Threadless.
Please click the link below, log-in and rate it if you want to see this on a shirt! All of your support are appreciated!
My friends and I have secured our Imax tickets to “Skyfall”. Meanwhile, here is the Bond-Olympics 2012 spin off of mine, “James Bond: Corgi of Solace”, starring Daniel Craig and my beloved corgi.
Happy Halloween from San Francisco.
Our Halloween night films playlist tonight are: Mel Brooks’ “Dracula: Dead and Loving It” (1995) and Masaki Kobayashi’s “Kwaidan” (1964).
This page was from my last trip to San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum. I’m planning a revisit soon.
They cycle the art displayed, so see if you can spot these items on your visit.