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Animaginary Landscapes Artist Reception

Thank you so much to everyone who came to the show “Animaginary Landscapes” at Tr!ckster Gallery! It was a fantastic night!
Thanks so much to Tr!ckster and the awesome Anita for everything!

Most of the pieces for the show were created with pigment and acrylic on woods.
The pigments have been collected from all over the world. Each pigment was hand mixed specifically for this show.

Here are some of the pieces from the show:




gallery_elephant  gallery_hedgehog  gallery_peacock gallery_pupperfish gallery_sloth gallery_toucan

Photo credit: Diana Garcia

If you want to purchase some of the original artwork, you can get it either at Tr!ckster or in their online shop

The show is still up so feel free to stop by and check it out!

2631 Ashby Ave, suite A, Berkeley, CA 94705
Phone: 510-665-8900
Store Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 11:00am–7:00pm, Closed Mondays

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Solo show “Animaginary Landscapes” at Tr!ckster, Berkeley !

I would love to invite you all to my very first solo show in the U.S.  “Animaginary Landscapes” this February 21st at  TR!CKSTER in Berkeley.
I will be showing some fun paintings and will be very happy to see you there!




Here are the event details for the opening:

Artist Reception – February 21st 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Tr!ckster – 2631 Ashby Ave, Suite A, Berkeley, CA 94705

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FORM Design Conference – Science Fiction & Design

This past Tuesday a I was invited to draw with the amazing artists Katy Wu, Ryan Germick, Hector GHF and Gus Reyes in the FORM Conference in San Francisco.
We had a 30 min challenge to draw the future of food during the workshop “Science Fiction & Design” lead by the inspiring Nadya Direkova and Mac Smith from Google[x]

Thank you so much Nadya and Mac for this awesome experience and the designers who participated in the workshop for the inspiration!
Here are some of the images of what was predicted for 2015, 2020 and 2030





By the amazing storyboard artist and poet Gus Reyes

By the amazing multimedia artist Hector GHF



By the amazing Doodler Ryan Germick



By the amazing Doodler Katy Wu



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Puentek Project @ NASA

The illustrator Daniel Walker invited the talented Hsiao-Chi “Alice”Yu DaiJavier Avendaño and me to paint a school bus that he designed for Puentek’s itinerant techonology education project “Don’t teach, let them discover” at Singularity University, NASA, Montain View.






 It was an amazing experience to meet people who want to make the world a better place. Check out Puentek’s website for more info!
Also check out Daniel Walker’s website and enjoy his amazing art here!
Huge thanks to Daniel and the Puentek team for this experience!

You can also see this video the Puentek team put together of the whole project, including the painting of the bus.



Here are some drawings I did during a brainstorming session.

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