Monthly Archives: September 2012

Sleepless in Mardi Gras . . .

On a personal level adventures haven’t come my way lately, and neither have I had any motors runin’, quite the opposite actually, with little work and energy coming my way these days, day and night somehow seems to merge all together, and … Continue reading

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Lloyd the Bartender

This drawing was inspired by the american actor Joe Turkels brilliant performance as Lloyd the Bartender in Stanley Kubrick’s exquisite adaption of Stephen King’s 1978 horror book The Shining. I haven’t read the book but I vividly recall my first viewing experience of the … Continue reading

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Sumo San!

This quote is by the late and mythical japanese author Mishima, might very well fit the description of the sumo-wrestling sport. I guess what defines a true Sumo wrestling champion is how he attacks and overpowers the opponent, robs them … Continue reading

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Welcome to Useyourillustration!

“You have to do something about your drawings man, they’re way to weird to be locked away somewhere (…) You got to use your illustrations!” My girlfriend told me this not long ago, and this is how I got the … Continue reading

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