After screening around the world with the Bicycle Film Festivals 2011 Urban Shorts program, we finally released the art short I directed, shot & cut with Kirsten White, into the clutches of the internet. FABRIC BIKE was truly a labour of love, and watching it now, even a year and a half after shooting, I am thrown right back into those delirious late nights in the studio - and still I would do it all over again in a heartbeat. In fact we're working on something new right now. Heads up.
Otherwise, since I've been experimenting with film making lately - I'd love to document more of my illustrations in a similar way to the painted leather seat cover I did in FABRIC BIKE. Gotta get on that. But for now.... enjoy.
Check out the promo video & poster I put together for HELLTRACK V coming to Toronto June 2nd. It's shaping up to be some good fun! Multi-level track loop! Tricks! Skid Punt! Foot down!
Although I do my best to avoid most big fights, (despite being a surprisingly good, albeit often reluctant mediator)... this is one such tussle I'll embrace with open arms - hence I've happily been working on some images for Victoria BC based band, Big Fight. I'll be sure to post more once they're all ready to go!
So it's been a while.... but I swear it's not you. It's me. The last number of months have been a whirlwind of so many ridiculous things and adventures. Everything from driving Hwy 1 in a 1981 camper van, to holing up in Brooklyn for a while with my favourite bike gang, to moving back to an amazing apartment in Toronto just in time to see winter not happen.
And all the while working on a variety of things I just haven't been posting. So hopefully over the next bit I can begin to remedy that. Starting today!
Above is the logo I did for the Bleached Blondes - if you want to know what these ridiculous vixens are actually all about, then you should probably watch the video below. Babely & talented... my favourite combination.