Monday, May 30, 2011


FOURTEE THIEVES - A new line of apparel / fine art prints. Summer line release party - July 2011. @ THE WOLF TOMB. more info to follow.

*we decided to do the release at our house / gallery again, due to the success of our first group show. We thought it would be a good venue for this release.

Here’s a little info on our line - FOURTEE THIEVES is a collective of creative types, owned & started by Aaron Crawford, Landon Dawson, Eric Thomas, and Robby Phillips. 4 dudes with an idea - to bring forth the funnest, and maybe most disturbing but beautiful prints via shirts, hoodies, tank tops, and whatever else ink will stick to.

More info to follow.

Our SUMMER LINE release drops July 2011.

Stay tuned for more info, teasers, and shrimps.

Friday, May 27, 2011


Tom Savini and his hollywood fake as fuck face job. I reconstructed his features. He is the monster.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Eat it

Drawing guts is fun. New shirt design for the band Cognitive Atrophy.

Thursday, May 12, 2011

A collection of photos from Pause And Claws

My First solo art exhibit, entitled "Pause and Claws", opened last Friday @ Sky City in Augusta, GA, and the response was amazing. I can't thank you guys enough for helping an artist stay alive, and for coming to look at my silly paintings of monster goats and retarded children. It was an overwhelming night filled with delicious beverages, friends, family, smelly Wolf Masks, great music, and just FUN. Thank you.

Also, shout out to Ryan Coleman. Thanks for the sandwich!!!

Here's a set of photos from the opening. By Evan Grantski.
*I'll add more to this blog as I get them, these are just what I have so far.
ALSO, Go see the show. It's up until June @ SKY CITY. DOWNTOWN AUGUSTA.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

1 of many posts to come...

It's been hectic the past few months / weeks leading up to the opening of my first solo art exhibit, PAUSE AND CLAWS, but it finally went up, and The opening went amazing! The turnout was great, and I wouldn't of had it any other way. Tons of friends and people came to support and it kinda blew my mind. I'm still waiting on all the photos from the opening, but here's a few I gathered from the internet. There will be an extensive blog post with all the photos from that night once I get them, so check back soon for that. I just wanted to get SOMETHING online about it. Also, the show is up all month, so if you're in the Downtown Augusta area, go see it, please!