Ta da! Insight just released their new ad campaign. Here are a few images of my work, but go check out the official site and then Facebook for more images and info. So lucky to have worked with so many talented people on this project. See the installation process here, here, and here. Cheers!
The internet has shown some love lately – check out an interview on ACL’s official page about the temporary installation earlier this month. The Statesman has a great picture of my daughter and me installing the art sign at the festival. And Juxtapoz also picked up on ACL as well as my recent trip to Bali. Check out this flickr photo taken at ACL – I love it!
Unrelated to ACL… but this is way overdue. A big thanks to Art Yarn for this post on the Rome exhibit back in the summertime.
Yes yes…I am supposed to stay quiet ( Me? HAHA!!!) about this until the end of October when the Insight campaign begins. I think I can handle this. It can’t be that hard to resist telling THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD about my totally rad project in Bali!!!
In the meantime I’ll fill you in on how I spent my time when I wasn’t on a milk carton that was on a milk carton that was on 2 narrow planks of old wood…
Did I mention that I was standing on this set-up about 25 feet off the ground… and that was only half way up the statue?
We all had some champagne the last night I was there. Frazier is an artist from Australia, who lives in Bali. Check out his work… especially the garbage based snowman. And the lovely Tang, who is a fashion designer based in Bali and Sydney. (I want her life!)
The ever rad Cisco is reason enough to play in Bali a little longer.
Goodbye Bali. It was great. You are a magical place and I hope I will return one day soon.
(Oh, and stay tuned for the unveiling….)
Day two of the bike install. Fiat gets into his work… literally. He’s the best.
And this is Jesus… I mean Robbie.
He is also the reason why I am here (in addition to Steve). There is a lot of eye candy going on here, ladies (and Roman)….hmm….maybe it’s time to go to yoga now. Great great second day. more to come tomorrow…
The prefab material I hunted down in the US finally arrived (thank God!) so it was time to attack Putu’s bike.
Testing out the material actually takes way more time than you’d think.
Fiat is the man… Thank god for this dude. He’s helping me install. Day 1 of the project went well. Now it’s time for some Thai basil roscas…
This adorable scooter and side car is one of the projects I’ll be working on this week – my next vehicle attack. And this is Putu. He clearly loves his set of wheels. Check out his hand made adornments. Putu made the eagle himself! I’ll have to spiff up the chief’s head dress a bit.
Who needs a gun when you have an ax mounted to the side of your bike???? And it is freaking sharp! THIS IS GOING TO BE SO MUCH FUN!
In Bali for a project with Insight 51. The black sand beaches are sparkly!
This is the beach house I’m staying at.
Thanks to Steve Gorrow for making this happen.
More photos (and installation shots!) coming soon.