Spring is the season of Instagram #3

Mar 20 2012    

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Spring is the season of Instagram #1

Jan 29 2012    

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A special moment with Brandon Minton

Oct 04 2011    

I captured this moment while Brandon Minton was helping me film toys for Yo Gabba.


Paint pictures

Jun 07 2011    

Instillation view, at “Here Is My Art!: A Yo Gabba Gabba Gallery Show”

Pictures… (not to scale)

early draft

more stories about these paintings in previous post…


Yo Gabba Gabba Art show!

Jun 06 2011    

I was invited to show a piece and camp out in the Venice Binalle June 2nd, at the BYOB event in the internet pavilion….
I didn’t make it to that, but I was at the Yo Gabba art show in the backroom of Meltdown comics June 3rd!
It was AWESOME!!!!

Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles June 3rd 2011

everything is moving except for one of my eyes

The event was organized by Julia Vickerman, and it came together great for everyone. (Except maybe Julia, because some of us brought our pieces in really late.) But it all worked out and the walls were filled. She knows all kinds of people and so we had all kinds of pieces for the show, and an amazing crowd who packed in to see it all. What a party!

Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles June 3rd 2011

Great turnout for the event!

I put up my little paintings on a wall I shared with Colt Bowden‘s beautiful pieces. I used insect pins to hold them to the wall. It was really hard to get them in. Hope they hold!

Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles June 3rd 2011

Here is my arrangement

Here is how my pictures started: I was almost out of time so instead of driving around for canvases, I started with an old painting I found on the street recently.

yo gabba gabba art show

Instead of going out for more spraypaint tips to spray paint, I used cel-vinal paint I had with brushes.
I started just on the single canvas, but it was confusing, so I soon cut it into pieces.

yo gabba gabba art show

The smaller pieces really helped, they were not intimidating! Plus, the backgrounds were already done. I got through these pretty quickly, after a couple of days avoiding getting started.

yo gabba gabba art show

I had enough I figured, but there were a few I couldn’t figure out how to finish. The night before the show, I went to paint with with Christian and Tyler Jacobs. I got through the unfinished paintings, and made a couple more as well. Unfortunately, the whole situation there went until 5:AM, but it was great.

yo gabba gabba art show
yo gabba gabba art show

I had to stop and nap on the way home. Got caught in some morning traffic. slept a few hours at home. Took Christians art to the show, hung mine and some others, drove home, slept another hour, cleaned up, and went to the party! So great, wish it could have lasted a couple more hours. Thanks to everyone for coming to the gallery, and the party on this page!

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Spraying Paintings

May 23 2011    

Some spray paintings for an informal Yo Gabba art show that we had at end of season 2.

Making them…

Paintings fully installed.

What will the next show bring?
We’ll see in a couple weeks!
Julia Vickerman organized an art show!
Organized by Julia Vickermanposter


A desk made for working.

May 06 2011    

Yeah, this desk is for pounding out the fun junk!
With nature vibes.

In front there are lots of twigs, a fake log, oak galls, luchadores, serious look eye-frames, etc.
Also some disco karate headbands, for if the situation calls.

On the right are feathers from a peacock that my dad hatched.
Some schedule stuff too.

On the desk are some super potatos, a small bag that yodels, a magical crystal, computer bits, etc.
Yo Gabba Gabba season 3 desk - Joel Fox

Here is some of what was inside my desk.

The best part is the view behind-

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