The Human Pyramids opening at GhettoGloss Gallery on Melrose pretty much ruled it. Lots of fun and a huge crowd. I recently posted some photos and words on http://dailydujour.com/2009/09/29/h
Hanging with the Human Pyramid Collective is fun and involves drinking while drawing occasionally, which is safer than drinking and driving. Anyhow, here's a nice shot of Soy Panday drawing some of his characters on our table at the German bar, Downtown LA.
The opening of Which One's Ping show in Costa Mesa, CA was awesome, fun, intense, nerve-wracking, and madness. By the time I had gotten there the whole warehouse was filled with people. The was also some free Colt 45s, a ping pong tournament, and some djing. Here I am getting interviewed by Erica Yary for FuelTv. I'm not sure what I'm doing with my hands and face, but I swear I was talking about something important?
Pacoli from Brazil recently visited Los Angeles from San Francisco, where she had been staying for a while. She was in town for an upcoming group show at Ghettogloss entitled Human Pyramids. The Human Pyramids Art Colelctive (http://www.humanpyramids.net/) is an international group of artist and friends started by Hovin Wang.
In this photo, I'm looking through Pacolli's awesome journal book where she draws and writes and creates interesting characters from our weird world.