August 18, 2009

I don't get the money.

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Sandbox Theatre is having a Summer Benefit Party on August 20th. That's in two days!

There will be food, drinks, entertainment and best of all; a silent auction where you could pick up some super sweet artwork!

How do I know? Because, silly, I donated a bunch of pieces! So if you've got the time, stop by The Red Eye Theater between 6:30 and 9:00 this Thursday!

I'm sure you can find out more at their site.

August 9, 2009

Cats in the Goove.

Here's another cat, similar to the last one I posted. Actually, it's from the same eventual piece...

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the cat is using headphones. that's pretty dang good, even if he doesn't know exactly where to put them...

August 6, 2009

.faust

Sandbox Theatre had me do a promo for their upcoming show, .faust.

This isn't the final, final version (for the sake of being legible) but it's my favorite version, so here it is...

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.faust

The show opens November 6th, and runs through the 22nd, and I can't wait to check it out.

I saw their last show, The Horse, the Bird, the Monkey & the Dancer (which I also did some art for) and it was totally awesome.

Sandbox Theatre has a really unique and exciting way of putting together shows (watch the video under "about Sandbox" on their site). If you get the chance, check it out...

I never know what to expect, but it always seems to be good.

August 4, 2009

North Shore.

I just got back from an extended weekend on the North Shore of Lake Superior. Between Lindsay and myself (so I feel like they're all collaborative), we took a lot of pictures (about 300?), and I have a couple that I especially like...

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sea monster? no, it's me! don't be scared!

This one Lindsay took, and I keep coming back to it and staring at it for some reason. I really like the dark, murky atmosphere.

You can see a larger (and cooler) version here.

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sea monster? no, it's just lindsay's big hair!

On the flip side, I took this one, and I really like the saturation and harsh light. It was actually taken about 50 feet from the first one...

You can check out the large version here.