This is a goofy blue monster with 4 eyes, red fuzzy hair and a flock of yellow bird bros. He has two long rubbery arms with stripes and a spiky beard. His four eyes give him quadraphonic vision.
This is the original MacIntosh computer. In its day it was the sleekest and most powerful and easiest to use personal computer on the planet. In the 30 years since it has gotten a little bit long in the tooth.
This is a ten eyed goofy monster. He has long claws and wears Jordan ones. He also has a highbox haircut from the movie house party.
This is a sad Red Panda with bright green eyes slurping ramen. I love how cute they are. They aren’t really pandas though – they are cousins to racoons.
This is the lead singer of REM with a giant beard. When I was growing up they were the biggest band in the world. By far my favorite REM album is Automatic For The People. It is an all time classic that has aged really well.
This is a circular flower design that I created to fit the hummingbird that I painted earlier. It is meant to look like 70s airbrush illustrations done with an actual airbrush and frisket.
This is a digital painting of the hulk. I have always liked him. He is a modern version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. I also gave him an apple watch so he can monitor his heart rate and put some tattoos on him to make him fit in with zoomers.
Sea star wasting disease or starfish wasting syndrome is a disease of starfish and several other echinoderms that appears sporadically, causing mass mortality of those affected. There are around 40 different species of sea stars that have been affected by this disease. The disease seems to be associated with raised water temperatures in some places, but not others. It starts with the emergence of lesions, followed by body fragmentation and death. In 2014 it was suggested that the disease is associated with a single-stranded DNA virus now known as the sea star-associated densovirus (SSaDV).
This is a a digital drawing and painting of UGA’s sideline mascot Hairy Dog. He is a jacked half-back running with the ball with no helmet.
I love Andy Warhol. This is Andy with a rainbow nosebleed. He ranks with Picasso and Duchamp as one of the three most influential artists of the 20th century. He destroyed painting, fine art and the concept of the artist as a singular original creative force. He also glorified the art of the mind. Fine art stands as the highest expression of western culture. And by destroying it he shows his disgust with western military, cultural and economic imperialism. This is a caricature of him with a giant scarred mechanical nose. He was extremely self conscious of his looks and it controlled his life. He wore an ill-fitting white wig and spoke in interviews with a mechanical manner. All of his artistic power came from his his nosebleeds and giant scarred red nose.