jueves, 26 de mayo de 2011

ideas nuevas en proceso/new ideas in proces

Nuevas ideas que estoy trabajando para una exposicion en San Deigo el 24 de Junio en la galeria Subtext que esta en Ketnner Bldv. La expo se lla "The noosphere" idea conceptulizada por Vladimir Vernadsky[1] and Teilhard de Chardin...hablando sobre la esfera del pensamiento humano, como el conciente colectivo pero conciente, que retoma o toma propia vida para seguir expandiedo la conciencia terrestre.

New idea that i am working on for a show in June 24th at the subtext gallery in san diego, ca by ketnner blvd. The noosphere idea by Vladimir Vernadsky[1] and Teilhard de Chardin ...they express the idea of the sphere of human thought becoming concience and expanding the terrestial concnience.

lunes, 23 de mayo de 2011


Here are some nice still photos from a small 10 minute video done by Giancarlo Ruiz (Generic Pictures) on yours trully.

jueves, 19 de mayo de 2011

Charles Glaubitz art for Tijuana showcase film festival poster

Art for Tijuana Showcase film festival poster, the film festival hosts a diverse span of genres from aliens to zombies to serial killing tijuana zonkeys from youg creators in Tijuana.


 ink drawing

final art

jueves, 12 de mayo de 2011

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Panel to Panel is a 274 page, full-color book full of insightful interviews, articles, essays and comics.  Panel to Panel explores all aspects of the comics industry, offering a truly unique perspective on the world of words and pictures.  As of now, the book is 100% complete, and review copies have been sent out to a number of well-respected industry creators, and we couldn't be happier with what people are saying:
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