Here is some deliberately 80s-looking animation I was lucky enough to work on for an upcoming episode of Community (character designs by the lovely and incredibly skilled Miss Julia Vickerman)! I animated a good chunk of this PSA, as well as the opening credits for this episode. Tune in next Thursday to see the whole thing!
My first group art show, co-curated with Nico Colaleo and Danielle Kramer! I designed the poster, too! Very excited about this!
THE MR. SHOW SHOW: AN ARTISTIC TRIBUTE TO MR. SHOW WITH BOB & DAVID
Say your hail Satan’s and get your passports ready for New Freeland because it’s time for The Mr. Show Show: An Artistic Tribute to Mr. Show with Bob & David curated by Danielle N. Kramer, Nico Colaleo & Sara Pocock!
Join us May 17th from 7-10pm for the opening reception. The art exhibition will be held at Meltdown Gallery inside Nerdist Showroom at Meltdown Comics at 7522 W Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046 and will run from May 17-24, 2014. Admission is free.
The exhibition will feature works of art inspired by Mr. Show with Bob & David created by a diverse group of talented artists from Los Angeles and beyond. Join us opening night for special guest appearances by cast members, live music, and lots of antics sure to ensue.
There will be free drinks provided so you can have yourself a champagne jam. Remember the night forever by getting your photo taken at the Drugachusettes photo booth.
Artists include Kelsy Abbott, Lindsay Ames, Zachary Hart Baker, Jessica Lynne Bright, Emily Brundige, Helen Chen, Tony Christopherson, Nico Colaleo, Cheyenne Curtis, Jack Cusumano, Owen Dennis, Liezl Estipona, Nolan Fabricius, Mark Fasanella, Jenny Fine, Kali Fontecchio, Greg Franklin, Kate Freund, Charles Giglia, Matt Gourley, Anna Hollingsworth, David Huntsberger, Austin Ivansmith, Ke Jiang, Molly Johnson, Toby Jones, Joanna Leitch, Josh Karp, Dave Kloc, Danielle N. Kramer, David Lewandowski, Dustin Marshall, John Mathot, Erin McGathy, Marlo Meekins, Lawrence Mercado, Mike Mitchell, Adam Murray, Sarah Oleksyk, Kent Osborne, Sara Pocock, Shadi Petosky, Julia Prescott, Sara Radovanovitch, Renie Rivas, Willy Roberts, Deanna Rooney, Garrett Ross, Suki-Rose Simakis, Jon Schnepp, Cuyler Smith, David Smith, Nathan Smith, Andy Suriano, Greta Svalberg, Matt Taylor, James Urbaniak, Julia Vickerman, Jason Whetzell, and more to come.
Here’s some of the first animation I worked on for Cosmos, finally available to the public! I animated the characters starting with the running antelope at :22 through the hand writing with the tablet at :50.
Watch the Cosmos premier TONIGHT! It’s on pretty much every FOX station you can think of. 9pm!!
Reminder! Cosmos premiers this Sunday, March 9, at 9pm PST. This is what I’ve spent the last 9 months of my life working on and I am so, so thrilled and proud and I’m actually crying a little as I type this and oh jeez now what…
Please tune in!
"Murray Me," my piece for the Wes Anderson art show opening tomorrow night (March 8) at Meltdown Comics. Show up and buy this sucker, or just show up and enjoy yourself! It’s YOUR choice!
Wes Andershow information.
I am heartbroken today. Philip Seymour Hoffman was, and is, my favorite actor. I can’t find the right words to say, so I will turn to PSH instead, as his character Caden Cotard, from a film that changed me profoundly:
I know how to do the play now. It will all take place over the course of one day. And that day will be the day before you died. That day was the happiest day of my life. Then I’ll be able to live it forever. See you soon.
Hey, guys! Here’s a new promo for COSMOS: A Space-Time Odyssey, which now has a premier date! Set your TV calendars to March 9!
I’ve poured many, many stressful/sleepless/anxious nights into this show but I can honestly say I’ve never worked on any project as important and rewarding as this one. Cosmos means the world to me and I know it will to you, too. Please watch! Especially parents! Inspire your kids to pursue science!
My piece “Nothing is Impossible” for this Nikola Tesla: Currents in Time art show opening in Seattle this weekend. Inspired by David Bowie’s portrayal of Tesla in The Prestige.