The Foodroom! I had a lot of fun doing the graphics for Inside Amy Schumer this season. This is one of the bits of motion graphics I was particularly psyched about. Also…the skit is hilarious and a spot on parody of the Newsroom.

The Foodroom! I had a lot of fun doing the graphics for Inside Amy Schumer this season. This is one of the bits of motion graphics I was particularly psyched about. Also…the skit is hilarious and a spot on parody of the Newsroom.

Ugly Gif Friday!
dangertable:

Please work gif I just made.

Ugly Gif Friday!

dangertable:

Please work gif I just made.

Ugly Gif Friday!

Ugly Gif Friday!

Ugly Gif Friday!
It’s officially spring!

Ugly Gif Friday!

It’s officially spring!

Is it a show about how the rich spend their money? Or what the rich do to the rest of us?

Is it a show about how the rich spend their money? Or what the rich do to the rest of us?

Ugly Gif Friday!
Ba-dum-dum ding!

Ugly Gif Friday!

Ba-dum-dum ding!

THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL! Thanks to everyone who made it out on Friday.

bunnycutlet:

DOUBLE feature tonight! Two artwork features as we play catch up for our 19-features-in-19-days promo series. First up, a sneak peek AND close-up in-progress shot of See It Now, a 24 x 24 inch acrylic on wood painting by Devin Clark. Clark radiates a multitude of carefully painted “dashes” from his otherwise graphically painted subject matter. This close-up features a window into how carefully shuffled Clark’s colors are. The dashes don’t create a dizzying effect on the final painting, rather the finish appears velvety, rich in its depth, and intoxicatingly energetic. 12 new works by Clark will be on view for The Devil’s Carnival, a two-person exhibition with Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opening March 7th at Bunnycutlet Gallery.

bunnycutlet:

DOUBLE feature tonight! Two artwork features as we play catch up for our 19-features-in-19-days promo series.

First up, a sneak peek AND close-up in-progress shot of See It Now, a 24 x 24 inch acrylic on wood painting by Devin Clark.

Clark radiates a multitude of carefully painted “dashes” from his otherwise graphically painted subject matter. This close-up features a window into how carefully shuffled Clark’s colors are. The dashes don’t create a dizzying effect on the final painting, rather the finish appears velvety, rich in its depth, and intoxicatingly energetic.

12 new works by Clark will be on view for The Devil’s Carnival, a two-person exhibition with Devin Clark and Anthony Freda, opening March 7th at Bunnycutlet Gallery.

Paint stripes. Wear stripes.

Paint stripes. Wear stripes.

GOOD JOB! & AWESOME! One more day until The Devil’s Carnival.

GOOD JOB! & AWESOME! One more day until The Devil’s Carnival.

Here comes fun!

Here comes fun!

ALRIGHT! & THIS IS IT! More severed hands for The Devil’s Carnival.

ALRIGHT! & THIS IS IT! More severed hands for The Devil’s Carnival.

supersonicart:

Devin Clark, “The Devil’s Carnival.”

Opening this Friday, March 7th at Bunnycutlet Gallery in Brooklyn, New York is the two person show “The Devil’s Carnival" which features work by artist Devin Clark.  Check below for an extended preview of Clark’s work:

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CONSUME - DEVIL. Only five days away until The Devil’s Carnival!

CONSUME - DEVIL. Only five days away until The Devil’s Carnival!

bunnycutlet:

Another 19-features-in-19-days post is this sneak peek snippet of “The Captain,” a 23 x 19 inch acrylic painting by Devin Clark.The Devil’s Carnival, as a title, binds Devin Clark and Anthony Freda in their conceptual approach and attitude. In their work, both artists employ heavy doses of skull-laden satire, bitter irony, and counter-culture styled irreverence, yet their delivery system is a playful, festive and humorous pill to swallow — a lightness in approach that is betrayed by the deeper, more cryptic minds behind the message. On view from March 7th to March 30th at Bunnycutlet Gallery.

bunnycutlet:

Another 19-features-in-19-days post is this sneak peek snippet of “The Captain,” a 23 x 19 inch acrylic painting by Devin Clark.

The Devil’s Carnival, as a title, binds Devin Clark and Anthony Freda in their conceptual approach and attitude. In their work, both artists employ heavy doses of skull-laden satire, bitter irony, and counter-culture styled irreverence, yet their delivery system is a playful, festive and humorous pill to swallow — a lightness in approach that is betrayed by the deeper, more cryptic minds behind the message.

On view from March 7th to March 30th at Bunnycutlet Gallery.