Back in May, I spent a lot of time making this Portlandesque cityscape installation out of cardboard and electrical tape. A little over 5 months later, it was time for it to come down. Check out this animation that myself and my good friend (HB staff photographer) Robb Perry created in a couple days. Enjoy.
Four floors of mayhem,
a collaborative installation from the depths of hell,
Saturday, October 30th
after party will be upstairs, we just have to close down the shop because our upstairs neighbors dislike us.
hope to see you there.
The folks at Sublimity Snow & Skate (12404 SW Broadway St. Beaverton, OR. 97005) were kind enough to allow me to design the graphic for their 11th anniversary deck. Pick one up today good wood at a good price. Support independent local skateshops!
My Gene and David are hanging out at The Ash Street Saloon, Portland, Oregon. If you have a chance stop by and check them out, as well as a great happy hour. I also design all of their t-shirts, so if you really want to support local business and artists you could buy some gear.
225 Southwest Ash Street
Portland, OR 97204-2708
Come celebrate the launch of Hasbeen Design's Summer 2010 line
Hobo Hieroglyphics: A collaborative art installation celebrating and exploring the medium of tape and cardboard.
Friday May 21st 2010
Hasbeen Design Company
521 NE Couch Street
Portland, OR 97232
*21 and older refreshments provided
After party TBD
Special thanks to everyone who made a postcard and thanks to all those who showed up for the opening reception. It was a blast as usual, we hope to see you all again next time we have a show (which will be soon enough, keep posted). Here are some pictures of the post cards, enjoy!
Hasbeen Design Company proudly presents "POST-MARK" a collaborative installation of handmade postcards, from a collection of artists. We hope to see you all there at the opening reception on Friday Febuary 12th (6PM-9PM). Refreshments will be available, after party TBD.
I've been spending a lot of my time thinking of obstacles to jump, slide, and hurt myself on. Hopefully some of these pipe dreams will be made into reality in the near future. We made the mini funbox/curb/ledge this past weekend. Keep your eyes out for it in action in Scumdays 8.
....since I uploaded some of my sketchbook. Here's some crud I drew while hanging out in Thompkins Square Park in NYC by myself last summer. My the mind has time to wander when you're all alone amidst a sea of strangers. Coincidently I met John Cardiel while drawing the *lycanthrope (*for non-nerds aka werewolf).