Sunday, February 28, 2010

Something new I have been working on. Its a mix between the Day of the Dead/candy skull works of Sylvia Ji, and the super sexy Harley Quinn. More updates to come.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Field trip

Lateral relationship of the Branches of the facial nerve and vessels to Paratoid gland and duct

5 month of fetus (Graphite)

Recently went to the Grant's Museum at the University of Toronto. These were some of the goodies I drew there. A pretty crazy place for UofT students to study/eat lunch, considering the room was filled with body parts in jars.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Limiting reagent

In chemistry, a limiting reagent is the one chemical in a recipe that drives a reaction, that is the slowest (or least in amount). It slows everyone else down. Hence, the reaction can only make as many products (or as fast) as the limiting reagent will permit. The limiting reagent is the weakest link, and determines the strength of a team.

If you own your own place, and I don't mean a student, or recent grad, that lives with roommates (parents). I mean, if you have a career and are a yuppie, or on your way to owning a fancy place. What's the one limiting reagent that determines a person's impression in your mind? That's right, the quality of the TOILET PAPER in their home.

Imagine them having really shitty and low grade toilet paper. Its the most basic of human needs, the least you could do is dish out a couple of more cents for a quality wipe. So next time you are out shopping for toilet paper, don't settle for the no name/cheap/tree-bark/cheese-graters rolls.

Disclaimer: This post was inspired by my random thoughts, and does not reflect any recent events having to do with the toilet paper of anyone acquainted with me ; )

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

More photography

(Ed Hopper Metropolis pt.2)

So here's another photograph I made, taken near the corner of Spadina and Queen, Toronto, Ontario.

Thursday, February 11, 2010


(Ed Hopper Metropolis pt.1)

This was done for my photography/photoshop class. It is mainly inspired by Ed Hopper paintings, only with a twist. If you look carefully, this is actually an intersecation, and all four streets can be seen in this photo. A panoramic view with a gradient ranging from a lonely street to that which is busy with cars.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

So I started school at the Toronto School of Art recently. And a few of us got together on the weekend to do renovations for the student lounge. We painted a Mural (based on the tattoo design in the previous post) and the walls.

This is a panoramic-styled photograph. The room is actually quite small and has four equal walls. Like a box. That's where we hangout at TSA, a box. Fun times.