Little Sister (Miss Shaylea Gallagher,) is in some financial trouble.
Her foot is fractured (at least that was the last I heard) and her doctor can’t yet figure out what to do with it. She also attends The Art Institute and needs to pay student loans. I’m sure she has other things that need to be attended to; car insurance — phone bill — etc. etc. But the point is that she has things to pay and since her foot is injured she hasn’t been able to work.
So, she’s looking to take art commissions in the meanwhile.
If you would like to contact her for questions or requests;
Please please please please please. If you can not commission, It would be so helpful to signal boost this. Thank you.
It’s not porn if you find it on wikipedia, right?
posts with more regularity coming back soon!
for now, have this cute illustration.
Confessions, public art project, The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas, Nevada by Candy Chang.
For one month, Chang lived in Vegas. Visitors could stop by, enter a booth, write whatever thoughts they wanted to share, and drop the confession into a box that mixed anonymously with other slips. Chang then took the anonymous slips and displayed them on the walls, painting selected responses in white against a larger red canvas background. According to Chang’s website, “This project seeks to create a cathartic sanctuary for this temporary community and help us see we are not alone in our quirks, experiences and struggles as we try to lead fulfilling lives.”
My contribution to the beautiful Mahou Shoujo Fight Club. Her ring name is Princess M, but she’s more of an S if you ask me. She’s a Muay Thai fighter and president of the realistic fiction book club.
kees kees by Matuska of FurAffinity
Back Alley Girl by Chong FeiGiap
“Too Cool for School”
A tribute to Chiaki Kuriyama of Battle Royale and Kill Bill, for this year’s Crazy 4 Cult show in Gallery 1988’s pop-up gallery in New York. The show opens August 9th! More info, detail shots, and sketches on my blog: http://juliancallos.blogspot.com/2012/07/chiaki-kuriyama-double-feature.html
An actual depiction of my high school alter-egos, hanging out.
For the “Objectify This: Female Anatomy in Art” show in Chicago this September
I met him at a convention once! He was super nice and signed my copy of The Child Thief c: