Sketch of the Week #14 – Transition

May 13, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

As many of you know, the Illustration Thesis show went smoothly and I was impressed with all of the other Illustrators body of work. I enjoyed talking about my paintings and I was happy to see that there were many closeted serial killer history fans! Following the show, many of us attended graduation which was a lovely closure on this chapter of my life. The best thing about all of it was that my family was able to make it for a few days and we had a blast hanging out in SF. Eating a great steak at the famous John’s Grill where the Maltese Falcon was shot put the icing on the cake.

My family and I all saw the Jean Paul Gaultier show at the De Young and it blew my mind. I am a long time fan of his work but the show was unexpectedly pushing the installation aspect of the show, which was more than appropriate in the space. It gave me a big kick of inspiration at this transitional time. The ambition, independence and the freedom of Gaultier’s career was such a humbling experience. I cant help but nurture the fiery need I have to go on stage someday and rock those dresses Fuji style! To this day all of his work reads as fresh as ever, truly timeless art that was perfected and loved dearly. I highly recommend seeing the show for yourself, its well worth the trip!

~Photos from the weekend to come~

I’ve got another Sketch of the Week for you all, hope you have a great week!

 

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-Fuji 



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