Friday, August 04, 2006

Cleveland Bound.


Three Red Bulls, seven hundred miles, two ciggys, multiple rice crispies threats, seventy dollars in gas, and one hotel room. My first day of two from this trip was pretty smooth. I was excited that the hotel had internet and since I got off the road around seven thirty, I actually got a little painting done. Totally different than anything I will do at American Greetings but I enjoy mixing things up. I already feel more creative being more north, and I must say that the people just get nicer and nicer the northern you get, or is that just me? I'm excited about living in Cleveland, (yeah Cleveland) especially because I will be a part of a very talented team of illustrators. I'm honored. Saxton Moore, Jorge Lacera, James Groman, Kelle Riley, amongs others are incredibly talented and creative. You don't believe me, just check out their blogs though my links. Mauricio I must say that I missed you and thought about you buddy, good luck in N.Y. Anyways I will definetly be updating this thing way more often with hopefully a lot better stuff than this painting, but hey, it's just a blog!

6 comments:

Tony Cabrera said...

new post! looks sweet. Did you ever photograph that scarecrow and dorothy painting? Good luck in Cleaveland.

mauricio salmon said...

damn parce, jaque says your full of shit, i say it's good to see you post. i have really missed watching you work, i know you'll rock ag, fuck the bullsshit. good luck parce ,hopefully we'll have a few chelas in the future.jaque says put yout teeeth in a diet. ohhh el gordo. beerga!!!

Edward Kinsella III said...

good luck up there man! lots of love froma t-flo

Clayton Stillwell said...

NICE!! give me a call when you get shit situated, i wanna hear how everythings going. Your still movin to cali with me beeyotch.

Alekos Alexakis said...

Malaka nice, I hope you are having fun and create lots of amazing illustrations, but hopefully one day we can all meet and have a figure painting session. Have fun man and good luck

Jeff Harter said...

This is awesome.