As I was surfing through Digg today, I came across this clip from The Adventures of Mark Twain...a Will Vinton claymation film from the 80's. One of my professors from RIT, Tom Gasek, worked on this film back in the day. This particular clip always freaked me out and is definitely worth a watch.
Definitely not for little kids! You would never see something this interesting and frightening in an animated film today. Thanks for doing something different, Will Vinton! The surprising part is that this clip has over 655,000 hits, 5,000 comments, and has been favorited almost 10,000 times. Who knew this film was so popular?
Thursday, September 27, 2007
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Here are the other two paintings I did for the Berkeley Humane Society auction.
Wanna buy one?? The important info:
Purr-casso Art Sale and Gala
When: Sunday, November 4, 2007
12:00pm - 4:00pm
Where: Hollis Street Project - Grand Hallway 5900 Hollis Street, Emeryville
All proceeds from this event will benefit the Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society. For more information call (510) 845-7735, ext.13.
Monday, September 10, 2007
Dancing cats! This is a piece for an upcoming benefit auction in Berkeley this November. (For an animal shelter.) I am working on two more (smaller) pieces that will also be for sale. More info on the auction to come soon. Acrylic on paper, 11x11".