Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Still Gold

Dam. It was only February last time I was home. Feels like years. So much has changed in 6 months.

The good people at Contrast put together some coverage from the STAY GOLD show at BlueHawaii. Peep.


Thursday, May 28, 2009

Toki Zoom

I can't findem anywhere.

Monday, April 27, 2009

Moedigliani x Angry Woebots "MoeBots Collabo"


I just got home from Woes studio. The prints are unreal and will be available at SilentStage, Tuesday the 28th. This is our first collaboration so don't sleep.

> www.vinylpulse.com
> www.silentstagegallery.com

Mahalos to saychuna.com for the photography.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

FS Logo

Here are some mocks for the logo I did for our softball squad at work.




Friday, April 3, 2009

Kaimuki Laundromat

Here is the logo I illustrated for my homegirl Ericka's new business. She's one of the smart ones.


Kaimuki Laundromat is on the corner of 10th avenue and Kaau in Kaimuki. That's my hood!

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Woeski on the move.

Timers video blog 1 2009 from WongKarWeisRevolver on Vimeo.

Ya! My boy Timer has settled out here in LA with me and the rest of The Monsters. Here's the latest entry from Woes Video Blog for 2009. Is there anything homie can't do?!

Friday, March 27, 2009

The Pusher Show : Munky King

Last night's show at Munky King was off the meter. I was really impressed by the wide range of creativity and professionalism.

Visit MUNKY KING ONLINE to view the gallery.







And finally, my submission entitled "I Got You."

I GOT YOU meaning I got your hookup right here, kid...and I GOT YOU hooked. You can't escape the clutches of the Pusher.

The face of the Pusher is a collage of Ben Franklin's and Andrew Jackson's portrait on their respective dollar bills.

Beneath the pusher are 3 pockets representing extremely dangerous addictions. Cocaine. Sex. + Heroin.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

The End is Near : Aaron Yoshino x In4mation


Fellow DropShadow, Aaron Yoshino, is not only an all around nice guy, but a tireless photographer, blogger, and designer. If you've ever been downtown, chances are he's got a photo of your ass with a drink in hand or smoking a fag (cigarette for you dam yanks).

Homie is teaming up with the In4mants for a solo show at the In4mation Boardshop in Ward Warehouse.

Peep the fruits of his labor at HONOZOOLOO.COM



I don't know how this news escaped me, but I've been waiting for this for a long time.

Welcome Back Junior.


Thursday, February 26, 2009

Angry Woebots x Moedigliani

I sent this piece to Hawaii to let my homie Woes get loose.

It was featured at the STAY GOLD show at BlueHawaii.

Keep your eyelids pinned back. Giclee prints of this painting will be available soon at SILENT STAGE And the original painting is available for purchase. Feel free to hit me up for serious bidding.


Monday, February 23, 2009

Ronin Gallery : FEB 27th

If you're in the Echo Park area, don't sleep on this.



Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Digliani Decor : "Moesters"

Just finished a batch for MunkyKing this weekend. If you're in LA visit the shop and cop a set for your crib.



For Jasmine

My niece is turning ONE on March 1st...so I made here a series of frogu for her birthday.


Tuesday, February 10, 2009


Had to jack this from the good people at ContrastMagazine

Monday, February 9, 2009

STAY GOLD : stay done

What a way to have a homecoming. It had been a year since I left....time flies....so much has changed in the islands....but my friends and family are the constant.

I just wanted to send a big mahalo to all the people who came through for this show. First and foremost, the RSK Krew (nak1, jerk, sketch, ethic, and oneda). The Pocket Full of Monsters Crew (angrywoebots, mycryptonauts, aaronyoshino) BlueHawaiiGallery (Rod, Ryan, and their entire staff who helped out). Kavet the Catalyst (lightsleepers.net) for putting it down. Everyone at ContrastMagazine, 3sixteen, ABrandNewDay, SuperCW, Honozooloo, + LGedo for their sponsorship and coverage. And of course, to my moms and pops.

Woes : CondomMachine
Jerk : Untitled

Jerk's Wall

Moe's Assorted coasters

Rekin' Shit, Kid

RSK + Mycryptonauts

Friday, January 23, 2009

The Sharpie Show : Feb 7th Crewest Gallery Los Angeles


I'm honored to be on the list of heads that are participating in this show. Thanks to Zury for putting me up with Crewest.

Bummed. I'll still be in Hawaii for the opening exhibit of this show.

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Official Press Release:

The Sharpie Show
“An exhibition by artists who utilize marking pens as part of their craft”

Opening Reception with Beats by DJ Phyz Ed and Live Printing by Two Rabbits:
Saturday, February 7th, 2009 from 6pm - 9pm

In the Graffiti subculture, practitioners are known as “writers” because graffiti is about writing your name on as many surfaces as possible. Although many writers elevate their art form to the level of creating huge and beautiful murals, they all began their journey as an artist by first learning to write and perfect their name. The Sharpie marker is often the first tool a writer acquires in his lifelong journey to hone his craft and in becoming an artist.

The Sharpie Show, an exhibition curated by renown graffiti artist Man One, featuring original pieces created using Sharpies by some of the best known graffiti artists in the country (and beyond). Aside from graffiti artists, work by tattoo artists and known illustrators; Lalo Alcaraz and Overton Loyd will be on display. From stylized hand signatures, to throw ups, piecebooks, stickers, and any other possible object that can be marked upon, this exhibit will demonstrate the level of creativity that can be achieved between an artist and his/her most basic tool - The Sharpie.

***Exhibit runs thru March 1st, 2009***

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The Sharpie Show Update:

I was swamped getting work ready for the StayGold show in Hawaii and almost missed the sharpie show altogether. But Luna and Man One were cool enough to let me submit my entry late. It took three days of inking (straight sharpie) to fill in the shapes, but i got it done. ($35 expressmail shipping!!!) arrrrrgh!

But in the end, it was definitely worth all the work and money that I put into it.





The Council of Doom : Jan 31st ThirtynineHotel


The Council of Doom is a fixie crew from CostaMesa, CA. RVCA just put out a vid that's touring the globe. Next Stop. Honolulu.

Bigups to my ate, Ara Laylo, for inviting me to participate. I just finished my triptych for the show last night.

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The Council of Doom: Updated

I was real bummed to find out the ART portion of the Council of Doom party was canceled by the gallery owner...and I was real bummed that I didnt get to talk and chill more with my homegirl, Ara Laylo.





I also created an exclusive coaster set to match the painting. I used the same colours and characters from the painting. (I think I like the coasters more than the painting!)


STAY GOLD : Jan 30th Blue Hawaii Gallery


This a throwback for all the homies that were down since day 1.

The show starts at 900pm - Midnight. I also need to mention that this is a private party (invitation only). The guest list is only 100 deep, so if I haven't already invited you, get at me with the quickness.

Gotta give many mahalos to Kavet the Catalyst (http://www.lightsleepers.net/) and Rod of Blue Hawaii for putting it down.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Where is SamKeith?


MTV played a big role in my adolescence. When my family left the Philippines for Hawaii, I finally got cable.

In the early 90s I watched a lot of InLivingColor and LiquidTelevision. I was really big on Beavis and Butthead + AeonFlux. I dont remember exactly when MTV Oddities came out, but I remembered the series THE MAXX. Honestly, the dialogue and storylines were a little bit over my head at the time. But the artwork and characters stuck with me. I've recently revisited the series and its "SICK" in every meaning of the word.

From the long panoramic landscapes, to the varying illustration styles, to the delusional dialogue, THE MAXX was way ahead of its time.

But where the F_K is Sam Keith? And where can I get THE MAXX on dvd?!

If you don't know what's up with THE MAXX here's a little taste.