Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Window Pain

This was my much anticipated holiday project that met a sad sad end. It fell down in my hallway where I had temporarily placed it and shattered in one corner. I was going to work on it more, I was thinking about adding in some fluorescent spray paint, but now I feel a little sad and discouraged.

Friday, December 25, 2009

Revisiting Nowhereland

The Location

monkey see no evil, monkey speak no evil

I remember a quote from Banksy saying "don't put up stencil in places where people still look up in the sky and point at airplanes". Well I put up these stencils in a small town (Samobor) in Croatia anyway, just because I had nothing better to do on Christmas Day. And jolly good fun it was. Someone has to tag up the Balkan countryside. WheelofFortune girl for size comparison

Friday, December 11, 2009

monkey hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil

monkey see no evil

monkey hear no evil

monkey speak no evil

So the thunder-stealing continues.
Thanks for the inspiration Tobias Fischer.
These took pretty long to put together.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

She's Come Undone

This is my newest silk screen for school. I decided to suck it up and try out ''nice'' paper but I kinda like the manilla copy better. I made a couple on ''shitty paper'' so I can wheat paste them in the spring. I'm having trouble with backgrounds lately so I made tons of copies of this piece (26) and I'm gonna experiment with them. These and some more of my stuff is actually in the VA Building Gallery at Concordia for the 50/50 Print Sale and I actually sold two copies of these today!

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

little chairs!!!

As everyoe knows I have gone insane.
Todays insane.

I think architects like chairs

Huge print I made out of chairs (this is a small section)

So here is the Eiffel tower in chair form

Thursday, December 3, 2009

The 'other' kind of 'outside art'

Confined to the Libray we resort to desperate measures:

cheap 'wheatpaste' on the Library Walls

Ephemeral piece the Daniels architecture library

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Spacemonkey animation on Wooster!

The Spaceman animation made it onto Wooster!
Thanks wooster.

PS. Do not go spray painting with Chewy

Friday, November 27, 2009

FINALLY! Finished my BOX.
Its supposed to be what it was like to be in the belly of a glacier, looking out.
This is a screen print on Glass and Plexi, in wood.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

This is a poster I made last semester, its loosely based on my uncle Andy who was part of a motorcycle gang/the carny community(he had a sweet side show with shrunken heads) in the U.S. screen print.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Key Disaster

This is my latest attempt at silk screening. This is actually version two. In the first version I hated my colour choices so much I cut it up into business cards. I redid the whole thing but I still kinda hate the result. Obviously I don't hate it enough not to post it, so here it is. It was actually supposed to be a triptych but I'm so frustrated with it that I give up for now. I included a couple of variations with less layers because I do really like the line drawing. The pile of keys is a photoshop masterpiece, by the way. I just need to work on how to compose it as a finished piece. I'm open to suggestions in case I'm ever crazy enough to go for attempt three (and the triptych).

Spaceman is Back

What with everyone stressing out about exams and school all around me,
I have decided to finish that project I started last December in Berlin.
I was going to make 26 Spacemen, but I only got to 18. So here they are:

Space man 19 (the reincarnation!)

SpacemanNiko20 from ParticleWave on Vimeo.

Final piece on the wall:

Spaceman 20
6 more to go.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Permafrozen Heart


After a long hiatus I finally slapped together a little stencil/drip spray paint number on a half finished window that was sitting around my place.
It felt good.front

I'm going to donate it 52 McCaul where they are having a 20$ show (from many local artists) on Friday evening. Proceeds are going to WellandGood so they can run this awesome space for what I would call non-elitist art.
Friday evening!
52 McCaul
Be there.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Sparks Motion

Here we are slaving away on the little zine:

Sparks Motion from ParticleWave on Vimeo.

Please enjoy our blood and tears.


Friday, November 6, 2009

Efterblivet now on fbook.


Novemebrrrr House

I made this little birdhouse thing.
It's made from the box that a sixer of spraycans come in.

I was thinking we can have it on the table at the zinefair.
Just to clutter the table a little bit.

Also I was thinking I want to throw some paint on it.
Maybe practice freehand. Get really good. Do it miniature.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Cartoon-off 2009

Me and Paul had a cartoon off.

It got pretty heated. Me and Paul ended up fisticuffing.

He gave me H1N1 also known as the savaria flu.
I feel like shit , I think I will go lie down.
Stupid Halloween

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

One Year anniversary!

Am I the only one to notice our one-year anniversary?
The first blog post was Oct 24th 2008.
Champange all around!

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Sparks Issue No. 5: Sneak Peek

This is to get the masses pumped about contributing to Sparks Zine, Issue No. 5 . I just finished printing 100 copies of this lovely, hand silk screened cover. For everyone who thought that this was a rookie operation and that contributing was lame, think again.
Submissions are due Nov. 6th.

Moving UP

My first official silk screen poster.
(I need to take a better picture.)

Religion VS Technology

I'm working on a little mini comic for the zinefair in Montreal, I put up some panels on

I am looking for readers?

Friday, October 23, 2009

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Wave Theory

I started an offshoot blog so as to not pollute this blog with my doodles.
But I will pollute anyways:

Go check it out sometime and make me feel special.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Gaia in the Desert

I just got back from Burning Man, and the above is what I shared with the insane weirdos that inhabit that god forsaken, sun baked, and wind ravaged piece of earth. The theme of the festival was evolution. My take on that was to mimic the evolution of poster layering as seen on our city streets. I also meant Gaia to be holding a pictorial representation of evolution in each one of her hands. Unfortunately, booze, the sun, and shiny things all worked to distract me from completing the piece. I brought it home with me though, so sometime soon it'll make another appearance in a new incarnation.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Caterpillar Carnage

Two anonymous Montreal members of the group finally poked in their little heads on us in Toronto. They got us so excited, we moistened our panties, then took up some rollers and painted a large catepillar on this enormous billboard advertisement for a cashmoney bank. The caterpillar then scrambled for the nearby leafy valley and disappeared forever. Or has it?

Lemmings driving by

Money doesn't ever make sense to me