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WEiRD (talking to kids)

I went and talk to Whitefield Academy high school students last week. I was asked to tell them about my view on living a WEiRD life. I had never spoken to a high school before. I remember a couple men … Continue reading

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The Man With The Red Red Beard (shadow and light)

Photo by Curtis Compton This week has been one of the strangest, oddest and saddest weeks of my life. This week I turned 43 and this week my wife and I have dealt with some very sad news. We are still dealing … Continue reading

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BlackCatTips Xerox Poster (cheers to you)

I had a conference call with folks up in Rochester, New York at the Xerox offices. I started off the call by telling them about all the field mice and rats that run around behind our new place in the … Continue reading

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A Bicycle (with no moving parts)

I painted a bike rack for the City of Atlanta Public Art Program. The bike rack is metal and someone with good skills welded it all together. I painted it with One-Shot lettering enamel. I wore a mask and gloves … Continue reading

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A Cactus Full Of Toys (a collaboration with Evereman)

I have known Evereman for sometime. In fact, he attended my wedding in Puerto Rico. If you asked him he might deny it. But it is true. Recently we worked together on a painting for his show at Notch8 Gallery … Continue reading

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Painting On Black (tattoo friends)

“Paint on the black“, he said. Paint on the black I did. He told me he wanted eyeballs. I painted him some eyeballs. I painted the Heavens and the stars and the Moon and Sun and the earth and plants … Continue reading

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Sunday Afternoon (driving around town)

We drove 40 miles to eat brunch. I ate lunch. Funny thing because I am a lover of brunches and brunching. But this time I ate lunch. Perhaps the drive wore me out. We went for a mother-in-law birthday gathering. After … Continue reading

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Fence Lizards (long stories short)

I made a new friend named Nate. We met after an inquiry as to whether I would like to work with him on a little short documentary about me and my art. He had made a little film about my … Continue reading

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Posters For You (bitter southerner and inky mixtape)

Hi. There were a few posters remaining from our February 2016 Inky Mixtape show. The Bitter Southerner has just relaunched their General Store  and they have been kind enough to feature our collaborative posters. Please check out the selection here. If … Continue reading

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WEiRD and BlackCatTips (Creative Mornings Atlanta)

A year ago Blake Howard asked me to speak at Creative Mornings Atlanta. Of course I waited until the last few weeks to completely wrangle up my thoughts into a presentable package. The topic of the August gathering was WEIRD. This … Continue reading

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