Archive for February, 2010

Acrylic & Paint Marker on Skateboard • Exit Skateshop

A warm thanks to Exit Skateshop, Formation Skateboards and droves of peripheral pals for a warm reception on a chilly evening.

Acrylic & Paint Marker on Skateboard • Works in Progress

Formation’s funny faces and furry freaks are finalized in a flurry of finishing touches.  Catch this collection of Custom Cruisers exclusively at Exit Skateshop.

We Aren’t the World

Armed only with chatter about Grimace, man babies, prophylactics and Lionel Richie’s giant hand, Team UsedWigs went head to head with the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony. Listen in.

The Crown Jewel

Former Miss PA and NBC10 Reporter, Nicole Brewer, signs on as UsedWigs LIVE ’10 MC… stay tuned for more details.

Acrylic & Paint Marker on Skateboard • Works in Progress

Sneak a peek at the cruiser customization command center. Marvel at the oddly worded Philadelphia City Paper blurbicle promoting the Custom Cruisers reception and show.

This month’s Socrates Café question:

“What makes someone intelligent?”

IQ, therefore I am.

Philadelphia’s preeminent pop-culture podcast, UsedWigs Radio, makes its triumphant return to the live stage. Featuring:

• Six-piece musical outfit Audible
• World-class comedian Dave Hill
• CBS3 digital journalist and former Miss PA Nicole Brewer
• Pint-sized storytelling powerhouse SM Shrake
• Main Line mad scientist Crazy Aaron

$7 tickets are recession-friendly and biodegradable.

Friday, March 19th, 8:00 – 11:30 PM
World Cafe Live
3025 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA

Catch a copious crop of customized cruisers, dangling from the walls of Philadelphia’s most celebrated haberthrashery. Roll into the reception for hot tunes, cold beverages, sizzling small talk and first pick.

Saturday, February 27th, 7:00 – 10:00 PM
Exit Skateshop
825 N. 2nd St. Philadelphia, PA

Computer Generated

I invented the icon and imagery for an interesting, arts-inspired, interdisciplinary endeavor instutituted by my educational institution.

Acrylic on Album Jackets • 12″x12″ • Private Collection

I refaced four record jackets with the faces of the four who changed the face of music.