February 2008

Not sure which one I like better.



Spano must have posted this.

It was at the 100th recording of the IndieSpinnerRack podcast. The recording equipment went nuts, my part of the interview was lost. Well, except this little YouTube moment. Ahh, good times.

singingintherain.jpgSometimes I sketch old movie posters.

There’s a really cool exhibit, for those who happen to be in Jerusalem.

Stolen Art on Display in a Search for Owners

Israel and France have put together a show now at the Israel Museum. The pieces–which include artists such as Cezanne, Manet, Degas, Delacroix, Chagall, Monet, and Schiele (just to name a few)–are unclaimed works of stolen art from WWII. Some were looted pieces, others were never reclaimed as the owners were killed in the Holocaust, and others were ordered taken by Hitler.

It’s bound to be a really interesting exhibit.

nate.jpgI recently put together this poster for my good friend Nate, who leads the rockabilly outfit Nate Gibson and the Gashouse Gang. I’d recommend anyone in the Boston area to check out any of his upcoming venues; he’s a top notch guy and puts on a rockin’ show.

beth.jpgHere is an old pic. It was intended for an acetone printing process, which would make it much lighter and more textured. The JPG is really just a rough. I’m still unsure about the image, but I thought I’d share it anyway.