Aight, aight. So I slipped up a lil', lil' bit. I should have mentioned previously that BOTH the new seasons of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Chaotic launched last weekend. I should have. But I was out of town and it totally slipped my mind. You'd think that wouldn't happen considering these are the two biggest things I've worked on in the past year. . .but uh. . .oops? So yes. TMNT: Back to the Sewer is on The CW, Saturdays at 9:30am. Chaotic: M'arrillian Invasion is on Fox, Saturdays at 10:00am. See that? A whole HOUR of Kharupt goodness for your Saturday morning, on TWO different channels. So I screwed up a lil'. Here's a peace offering:
A sampling of the pieces I did for the intro to TMNT. Drawn by me, painted by my homeboy Emilio Lopez.
There are downloads and wallpapers available of this stuff over at 4kids.tv.
More Chaotic. Kopond is colored by Tony Washington, and Arbeid is colored by Axer.
And to get a sampling of the new season of Chaotic, which looks dramatically different from the last season, also check out 4kids.tv.
Lastly, I had the honor of being asked to be a part of a gallery showing coming up in my hometown of Boston. My good friend (and mentor) Rob Stull is putting it all together and it should be pretty ill. It's called COMnGRAF, and basically it's a show that brings together the worlds of comics and graffiti all in one art exhibit. Some of the artists in the show are amazing, seriously. I was really flattered to be asked to be a part of it. There was one show back in July that went over pretty well and this one promises to be even bigger. It's on Saturday, September 27th and it'll be at Technical skate shop on Newbury St. I won't be able to be there personally (gotta wedding to hit that same weekend) but I'll have some art pieces in it and also there will be Black Books for sale. All the information can be found on the flyers below. If you happen to live in Boston, also pick up a copy of the local newspaper (I believe it's called the Daily Dig) the Wednesday before the show. I, along with a few other artists was interviewed for a piece about the show. Peace.