Thought I’d take a moment to thank all of my great studio assistants, and interns of the past year or two! They’re all students I’ve had in class at M.I.C.A. here in Baltimore, and all around incredibly fun and talented people! Here is a peep at their work:
Babs is currently living in San Francisco and working as a games artist and freelance illustrator! She was once upon a time a student of mine, a teaching assistant, and a collaborator (more exciting things to come in the way of us doing cool collabs soon)! You can see more of her awesome work here:
Heather is my current studio assistant and an all around go getter! She does great work for me and would surely do fantastic freelance illustration work for any of you! See more of her work here:
Abby was a one time studio assistant and is now hard at work as an art assistant and freelancer in NYC! Check out her blog/site here:
Jimmy Malone was a teaching assistant for me in Lifestyle Illustration class and worked with me on a few projects too! He’s currently living in Baltimore MD and available for freelance work! His fine site here:
Kayla is currently a senior at MICA, and worked as an intern and studio assistant for me over the past year. Check out her nifty portfolio here! :
Alice is also currently a senior at MICA and worked with me in class and over the past summer! Look at her amazing work over here!:
Thanks you guys! You’ve been amazing to work with! There are some other cool folks I’ve worked with as teaching assistants and all kinds of other stuff! Thanks to anyone not mentioned here! I’ll hit you up in a sweet pre-summer roundup :)
Last night we showed Pan’s Labyrinth at the Ottobar here in Baltimore, and I designed this shirt for the showing! This shirt, as well as a few other restocks, will be going up on the Pizza Party Printing webstore this week!!!
Wicked fun time! Great idea, other Jimmy. By the way, I watched you go into Subway earlier this evening. Yeah, I’m that creepy.
It was a fantastic show. I’m really glad to have participated in a group exhibit with so many talented artists! Keep checking Light Grey Art Lab for future shows and calls for entries!
A portrait of RuPaul for Light Grey Art Lab’s upcoming “Girls: Fact or Fiction” show, Nov. 16 2012.
“I, RuPaul, was born a poor, black child in the Brewster housing projects of San Diego, California. But baby, look at me now! As the original supermodel of the world, I’ve had all my dreams come true.”
xoxo Jimmy Malone
Flyer I made for our show at Death By Audio in Brooklyn on January 3rd. Did I mention how excited I am to play with Shady Hawkins? Their new album Dead To Me rips and you should check it out if you haven’t already. Also come to this show bye