In the Andes of Peru a lonely llama lies.
I doodled this quick, no judgment.
Peruvian llamas look exactly like this.
These past couple of years I’ve felt restrained. The worst part is that it was I who was restraining myself, my art, my passion and love to be and create something wild, different, to create something i won’t be afraid to love because it’s so out there. These past couple of weeks I realized that by having restrained myself, my art has suffered. My work has been tamed for fear of rejection and it’s over. Shit, if I want to spill blood on my pieces then I’ll do it (I don’t have any diseases!) If I want to depict something macabre and delicious I will because I can and I want to. I don’t care what people will think or say, they don’t know how I think, feel and react so, expect to be entertained from now on.
Thank you to my followers for staying with me these past 3 years. I’ve only posted a few posts so thank you for sticking with me.
I was featured in the new edition of Frrresh Visual Arts Magazine. Click through to take a look
Cat cherubs and farts for my lady :) Happy Valentines Day everyone!!
We won an EMMY! Hitrecord
Ladies and Gentlemen, I have pretty big news… WE WON AN EMMY! To all of the artists, all over the world that contributed their ideas, writing, music, animation, really ANY kind of RECording: thank you, thank you, thank you!! We all earned this together.
We won the award for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media in the category of Social TV Experience, which means that the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has recognized our collaborative efforts in making this show together through hitRECord.org.
So thank you to the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for recognizing the efforts of so many who made a show like HITRECORD ON TV possible. While our main focus as a community is to seek validation in the work we do together, it’s truly an honor to have an established institution like the Emmy’s take notice of our collaborative process.
I’d also be remiss if I didn’t thank our amazing network, Pivot, as they took a chance on this show before we even made the first episode.
So I say it again - thank you all!! I can’t wait for Season 2. In fact, if you are ANY kind of artist, come work with us. We’re in production right now, and it’s going really, really well. So come and join us!
Thanks again <3