Tuesday, March 31, 2009


Here is my newest addition to my bodyless girl series. I painted them in the bar I did the mural at and made some posters. I still need to put them on the street but they are just such a pain in the ass I´m gonna get caught by the cops for sure. So if I don´t make it back to Canada by April 12th, I´ll be in Argentinian jail, come visit!

Heart Maggot

´´This girl is full of keys!´´ -DF


Saturday, March 28, 2009


Had to do a studio photo shoot for my photo class in Buenos Aires. Jacqueline was back in town, my other friend had a lot of egg cartons. This was the logical result.

Pretty Efterblivet.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Culling Ideas

No junk sculpture, but I've been working on this:

Friday, March 20, 2009

March is Junk Sculpture Month at EfterBlivet


In my current home of Fernie(remember?) there is a swamp which doubles as an awesome junkyard. I went seat-belt harvesting in there the other day and collected some good junk. It's easy to get around because the swamp is still frozen. There are skeletons of old trucks and buses and all sorts of random metal. I collected some pieces and put together this little guy.


rusty forest

Sunday, March 15, 2009

scrappy steel lamps

this one is 5 ft tall and weighs as much as me

this one is little like 2 ft tall and makes me think of a mushroom alice might like.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Buenos Aires is pretty much junk heaven. I like to think of this sculpture of a nice summery of my time here. I put it together with only wire and wax.

Monday, March 2, 2009

So a bunch of of people were rounded up in Montreal and went on a serious mission to wheatpaste/sticker up a glass store front on St.Laurent in Montreal. It was Nuit Blanche. The piece is composed of wheat paste black and white monsters behind a Palestinian-Israeli apartheid wall sticker (who's the monsters???). We put it up on an abandoned modern art gallery which has been taged up by every graffiti artist in Montreal. The cold worked against us and so did some locals. It was too cold for wheatpaste and sticky paper to stick. Everything looked raggedy. To top it all off, the fellow who did his tag up beforehand didn't think he had enough fame time on the spot so he came and ripped off all our work in the night. Ephemeral street art with friends; better than ego tags around town??. Graffiti politics...

What the piece was supposed to look like

Work in progress

The unsuccesful finished product

Sunday, March 1, 2009


Everyday biking on my way to Palermo (neighbourhood in Buenos Aires), I pass this other neighbourhood called Once. It´s full of texitle stores and stores that sell mostly junk, usually all grouped with their competition for some reason (I´ve never really understood that about business). At the end of Once there are a bunch of maniquin stores within the same block that just about blew my mind the first time I saw them. I probably almost got hit by a bus. Scary shit, the maniquins and the bus, can´t believe these things really exist, not to mentions stores for them, but they are awesome!