“To Hell with the Art World. Life is short.”

[NB: It’s Art Basel week here in Miami, and I’m sorry if this blog post seems a bit rattled, but it’s been insane around here.] 1. First off, my “I’m Not Delusional Show” has been a fantastic success so far. What can I say? People love it. It’s not even the big weekend yet and […]

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The gapingvoid Manifesto, a work in progress

[One of the pieces we did for Techcrunch etc.] The gapingvoid Manifesto, Draft One. [This is what we have so far. Jason (our CEO) wrote most of it. We feel we're on the cusp of something, now we just need to make it more real for other people. Feedback welcome, thanks. Exciting!] PART ONE: Business […]

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The gapingvoid Wall at Techcrunch HQ

[Techcrunch and gapingvoid have been friends for a while- since 2006 or so, actually. And here’s the art to prove it, hanging on a wall in the main Techcrunch offices in downtown San Francisco. Those smaller ones are 9″x12″, larger ones are ginormous.  Jeff Sass took the picture while visiting there a couple of weeks […]

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Our new Techcrunch Disrupt video

Very cool. We just did this awesome little video for Techcrunch Disrupt, the great tech conference in NYC and SF. This is going to be huge… N.B. The dinosaur’s name is “Thyroid”. I’ve been using him in cartoons on and off for over twenty years. He kinda sorta represents my mischievous/disruptive side, so he was […]

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“how culture will un-break itself”

Very cool. The Techcrunch Party poster I mentioned the other day (and in the newsletter this morning) is now available as a print. Also, for today only there’s a wee offer code that knocks 45% off the normal price etc. I’m writing this from my hotel in West Hollywood. I’m in LA for the PSFK […]

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make art and drink beer

[The Techcrunch Party print from 2007.] I’ve been spending a lot of time this week, researching and talking to fine art print shops. Like I said a few weeks ago, I’m planning to spend more time in the print business. This development has been a long time coming. In the last twenty years, I’ve drawn […]

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