Monday, October 26, 2015

Michael C. Gross Tribute "NO GHOSTS" logo

Friday, October 30th in Burbank at the Creature Features Art Gallery there will be a show in tribute to the classic Ghostbuster’s “NO GHOSTS” logo and the man behind it, Michael C. Gross.

Unfortunately Mr. Gross has been diagnosed with terminal cancer, this show will be a charity event. All proceeds are going to be going to a cancer foundation.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015


My contribution to: GUILLERMO DEL TORO: IN SERVICE OF MONSTERS premieres in just two days! This Friday at Gallery 1988 West from 7-10pm! You don’t want to miss this incredible art gallery that truly honors the filmography of one the greatest visionaries in cinema history, Guillermo del Toro.
New artwork revealed daily at

Enjoy my tribute to the Gipsy Danger! GO GO

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Earthbound tribute to Satoru Iwata

Originally for NeoGAF's Game & Prints club this piece is now, due to sad circumstances, a tribute to the passing of Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata. Thank you for the wonderful childhood memories. He had a huge hand in shaping Earthbound.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Light Grey Art Lab's BOSS RUSH

Hello Hello!

Opening March 20th at Light Grey Art Lab! BOSS RUSH. A tribute show with 115 artists all paying tribute to the bad guys of videogames. Here's my piece, a tribute to Vergil and Devil May Cry.
More info for the show here...

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Hellboy 20th Anniversary Tribute

Hellboy! Hellboy! Hellboy! Hope y'all can dig on this. It's his 20th Anniversary and we're at the Hero Complex Gallery! Mike Mignola will have his own original work in there as well.

If you're in Los Angeles you're out of your mind not to go check out the amazing work there.
The show's May 2nd running from 7 - 10 PM.


Much thanks to Chogrin for curating and inviting me to this show.

This is a one of a kind print. ONE. You can buy it here:

Monday, March 17, 2014

Together Again, One Day We'll Be Together Again

This piece went idle for a little while, unfortunately it didn't make it to what it was intended for due to some personal circumstances. However, I liked the initial piece too much to just abandon it! I wanted to switch it up a little and just show you the process of how I go about doing this stuff. So here's a tranquil little Kermit scene for all yalls.

This is a tribute to, "The Muppets Take Manhattan". Dedicated in memory of my grandfather, Dermot O'Herlihy (03/16/14).