Holy smokes, it's almost 2010! It's been a very interesting year, and about a million things happened. Here's a meager rundown of all the trouble I got into this past year:
- My artwork went to SPACE!
- I was certified FRESH on Communication Arts
- Kitten on the Keys asked me to make art for her one-woman show
- Laughing Squid did a huge post about me and my art!
- I traveled to Arizona for "The Panelists" art show
- My studio space, The Local 303, turned 3
- South Carolina State University gave me a solo show
- I crashed the Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, OR
- I guest-DJed with Matt Delight on KSFS's "Everyone's a DJ"
- I had a solo-show at the Museum of Robots in Second Life
- I tried out for a reality TV show about artists. FAIL!
- SF Station recognized my strong fashion sense
- "Burlesque Poster Design" featured my poster art
- My little cousin spotted my art in Nickelodeon Magazine
- I started covering the art beat for Laughing Squid
- "Toy Karma 2" went off in Chicago and I brought my little sister to the show
- Lots of conventions like Renegade Craft Fair, Wondercon, APE, and Al's Comics Benefit
- I discovered diet root beer, DIY microwave popcorn, and velvet painting technique
- 1AM Gallery featured my artwork as part of their "Eternal Sleep" group show
- I painted on a skateboard for Pravus Gallery's "DECK" show
- Artist "Phoneticontrol" had me customize one of his "Thought Processor" papercraft figures
- I made the logo for the Hell's Belles annual pinewood derby. I also carved a truck!
- The Local 303 was in full-force at Lowerdeck's "Playdate" show
- My robot friends threw a big fundraiser art show. Robots and humans attended the event.
- Indy music site, "The Bay Bridged" featured my portrait of Emperor Norton I
- I finished more He-Man related artwork
Here's my "Year in Pictures, 2009" Flickr photo set.
Special thanks to Laughing Squid, Space Adventures, Robogames, Lowerdeck, The Local 303, SomaFM, Super7, Joe at KSFS, The Drygs, Hi-Fructose, The Museum of Robots, Max Toy Co., SCSU, my Twitter homies, and everyone else who made this year memorable. Here's hoping 2010 will be even more amazing.