The Flooding of the Prinsengracht

pencil, digital
2011

Set in Amsterdam, this panoramic touches on a number of things we were thinking about last time we were in that city - global warming, drug tourism, Sinterclaas, the various great artists that have come out of the Netherlands, the horrors of the 24 hour news cycle, and the wonder of Vla!

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"The Best Sushi in Town"

pencil, digital
2010

Set in a bustling kaiten (conveyor belt) sushi restaurant, no one knows just what makes this particular joint's sushi so delicious, all they know is they can't get enough. Everyone in town is raving about it. If ONLY they knew what the secret ingredient really was, and who was really serving it to them!

This panoramic was debuted simultaneously at Bold Hype Gallery in New York City and at Nelly Duff Gallery in London on June 3, 2010.

Big thanks to the guys at Blue C Sushi in Seattle for letting us shoot one of their fine establishments for reference for this Panoramic.

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Nakano in Spring (中野の春)

pencil, digital
2009

This panoramic is set outside the train station at Nakano in Tokyo. It describes a mysterious magical occurrence one fateful spring day, as a mysterious sakura tree erupts in the middle of the bus depot! As with many of our panoramics we are always tickled by odd and magical occurrences going mostly unnoticed by city dwellers. Some of them almost think they see something, a flash at the corner of their peripheral vision, a weird momentary wash of color in the sky, but then its gone again...

The work debuted as a 10 foot wide print at the Giant Robot Biennale at the Japanese American National Museum in downtown Los Angeles on October 24th, 2009.

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The Flooding of the Prinsengracht (PUMA version)

pencil, digital
2007

The first part of the PUMA x kozyndan line was based around a modified version of an old panoramic of ours. The rest of the line (including the Clydes released early in the year) was built around a panoramic we created entirely new. I would say we created it "for the project", but really they let us just do our thing for the most part aside from asking us to add some shoe related details (When we release this image as a print in the future we will probably take most out except for the "puma attacking the goddess Nike" characters, which seem to fit well of their own accord).

"The flooding of the Prinsengracht" is set in Amsterdam obviously and touches on a number of things we thought about while in Amsterdam last time - global warming, drug tourism, the various great artists that have come out of the Netherlands, the horrors of the 24 hour news cycle, and the wonder of Vla!

Also of note: We actually completed this panoramic in November of 2007 while in New Zealand. We have kept the piece under wraps for a year and a half due to the long cycle of getting a clothing line to market !

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Pacific Drift

This is another panoramic that depicts a "battle" of sorts. Coagulated masses of human refuse are moving out from their birthplace in the North Pacific Gyre, destroying everything in their path on the way towards human civilization on land. The coral reefs (and we humans by proxy even though we probably don't deserve it) however have defenders - the bunnyfish! A school of bunnyfish is defending this reef with their teeth and tails. Can bunnyfish somehow eat and digest all this plastic and garbage?

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Puzzling Inside and Out

"Puzzling Inside and Out"
2008 pencil, digital

This one is, quite randomly, set in Paris. We typically stick to the script when it comes to the environments we draw. This time however we just wanted to break down the reality and play on this theme of life being a puzzle on a couple levels - from having the architecture itself be jigsaw puzzle, to pieces of the same image laying on top of the image, as though they are bit of some nearly identical alternate reality that has broken apart, or maybe they are just pieces of this puzzles that have yet to be placed.

Maxalot Gallery have produced and are exclusively selling an edition 40 archival prints signed and numbered by us. You can buy it HERE.

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Little Crunches From Tiny Feet

pencil, digital
2007

Created for our show entitled "Tales of the Bunnyfish" at the Magic Pony Gallery

(Although its hard to te

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The Battle on the River Tyne

pencil and digital
2006

This panoramic was originally commissioned by SONY and the Baltic Center for Contemporary Art in Gateshead, England. We went to Gateshead and Newcastle (Gateshead's more affluent cross river rival) and quickly had some very amusing surface impressions of life in this Northern urban area. Those impressions coupled with events going on at the time (war in Iraq, fears of air terrorism), our amusement at Chav culture in the UK, and the return of the veggie eater monsters from our original London panoramic 3 years earlier formed the basis of this panoramic which revolves around a competition by the two championing robots of Gateshead and Newcastle.

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The Amorous Nudibranchs Paint the Town Red

(and Orange and Yellow and Green and Blue and Violet)...

pencil and digital
2006

It is, we think, our interpretation of a most basic of platitudes: "Love can change the world!" Although in this case, it is the new found love is between two giant land-locked magical sea slugs, out on their first date in the streets of Soho. Everywhere they go the world becomes more vibrant, more alive. Some people notice the change, and some do not, but we are all in some way affected.

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Catch of the Day

pencil and digital
29 x 9 in
2006

The first appearance of the bunnyfish, this piece was for our first show at Outré Gallery in Melbourne, Australia.

The photo reference for this piece was provided by a fan in Melbourne - many thanks to Shu Shiung Low!

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