Monday, October 29, 2012


Please join us to show our appreciation for all that this nation’s veterans have done to protect our freedoms. I am participainting in a project, Portraits of the Fallen Memorial, see you there!!!

Here's a link to see what the project is

Friday, October 26, 2012


October 24th, 2012 will be the official Assassin’s Creed III art show launch party hosted by MAXIM held at The Colony Hollywood 1743 N. Cahuenga Boulevard Hollywood. 

The whole experience was a blurrrr....  

The art work being displayed are inspired by the anticipated Ubisoft game “Assassin’s Creed III” which leads to the launch of the video game’s release date October 30th.  Displaying artwork from various artists including myself. If your attending check out the art booth and say hello!!!

The artwork will be auction off, ALL PROCEEDS go to a great cause "ROCK THE VOTE!"
click to the link below to bid!!!

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Art of The Assassin Traveling Art Show: NEW YORK@THEHOLE

Art of The Assassin Traveling Art Show: CHICAGO

i want to be...


Die hard Assassin Fans

Artek & Areal

Killin it!!! on the Joy Stick w/ Alex from Ubisoft

Dj Skee/Artek/Mr. Stone

Interview w/ Spectra from the Frag Dolls

Duel Wielding
Group Shot
CHI-TOWN was good to me, had a chance to walk the city and embrace the culture. Millennium Park was a plus with that enormous silver bean koons like sculpture piece- i defianately went to town with my camera on that thing. 

The AC3 traveling show was awesome located in Chinatown district@ Art Revolution Gallery. The Art and people were very chill and had a great vibe going on- i had chance to hang with artist Artek and exchange dialogue about the differences in art and culture which was refreshing. For the most part, overall i had an great experience hanging and soaking what Chicago and it's energy had to offer. Thanks Chi-Town for a lovely night!!!

Next on the list. New York @ The Hole, Bowery District

Here's a trailer of the event.

Saturday, September 29, 2012

Art Platform CO/LAB Art Fair Durden and Ray

Smoking Mirrors

Head lights


We had a Booth posted in the CO/LAB section- our Third Art Fair D&R @ Platform.
The Attendance was great and the art was awesome!!! can't wait for next year!!!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Art of The Assassin Traveling Art Show: Los Angeles

thumbs up

Great Company

Justin Bartlett: SPILL THE BLOOD

Racecar 13 aka Tanner Goldbeck

I had a chance to meet with several of the other artist involved in this traveling art show. Tanner Goldbeck and Justin Bartlett whom i got to know a little bit about them and their process which made the experience all epic!!! This definitely started with a bang, a great send-off to start the tour. I am really stoked to be a part of it!!! 

I also left a video link at the bottom of the page to share some studio time with you guys: the making of Ratonhnhaké:ton, aka Connor Assassins Creed 3. Enjoy!!!

Art of The Assassin:
A nationwide tour began at DTLA Gallery in Los Angeles. Ubisoft partnered up with Rock the Vote to celebrate the release of Assassin’s Creed III and gain the attention of the younger audience for the upcoming election. The theme of the show is inspired by the setting of the game: The American Revolutionary War. During the exhibit’s last showing in October, all art will be auctioned off and proceeds will benefit Rock the Vote.

Friday, July 20, 2012


80 Days: A Declaration of Customs
A hypothetical touring exhibition of one-night-only presentations – each in a different country, 12 in all, over 80 days - that will showcase the original LA based artists selected and adding a new artist from each location worldwide where the exhibition was to be presented. The original project was cancelled due to logistical funding issues and this show is a response to the financial difficulties affecting artists and their ability to exhibit abroad in economically challenged times.
Jonathan Apgar, Alexander de Cadinet, Daniela Campins, Emily Counts, Walpa D'Mark, Mark Dutcher, Ariel Erestingcol, Roni Feldman, Jon Flack, Luis Hernandez, Dimitri Kozyrev, Annie Lapin, John Millei, Ruby Osorio, Claudia Parducci, Francesco Patriarca, Antonio A. Puleo, Alison Rash, Ali Smith, Grant Vetter, Cindy Wright, Akihiro Yasugi, Liat Yossifor

Monday, July 9, 2012

Postal 7600 Publication

It was nice to be a part of this issue of Postal 7600 with Durden and Ray Collective...

Monday, June 11, 2012


So excited!!! It's going to be a fun filled day working and drawing along with other artist, hope to see you there!!! I will post up the drawings that artist come up with this epic drawing rally!!!

Friday, May 25, 2012

Portraits of the Fallen Memorial Project

For our heroes, Greg Gagarin.  I am very honored to participate in the 
Portraits of the Fallen Memorial. 

The Purpose of the memorial is to commemorate the sacrifice of those American Military service 
members from California who have died while serving their country during the wars in 
Afghanistan and Iraq. The memorial  identify each fallen soldier with an artists rendering of the soldiers image.

This project was founded just one year ago and has already received over 100
portraits from some of the finest Southern California Artists. The first preview
exhibition was held for Veterans Day 2011 at the Terry Moore Gallery in Los Angeles
coupled with the first digital presentation.

Curator Sherry Moore matches an artist with a photograph of one of one of our fallen
troops. The artist creates a painted portrait of the fallen hero. To date there are 685
Californians who have lost their lives in support of our great country.

This project will include not only the development of a permanent structure, but also
the first digital interactive war memorial. It is expected to ultimately expand to be
nationwide and will be in Museums and other very exciting public venues across the

My Hero, Greg Gagarin laid to rest

Filipino-American Staff Sergeant Greg Phil Gagarin of the U.S.  who was killed in action when an improvised explosive device went off last June 3 in Thania, Iraq, was accorded a 21–gun salute by the U.S. honor guards during the burial rites.
He also received from the U.S. Armed Forces the posthumous Bronze Star Medal, the fourth highest U.S. military award for gallantry in action, and the Purple Heart medal in recognition of his valor and dedication to duty.