Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Street Art and beyond (ALL NEW)

around the corner from The Cresent (Seattle)
Shea Stadium (Brooklyn)
People Dead shirt (New Orleans)
Funhouse (Seattle)
CMRTYZ (Japan)

If you have Tumblr, add and share! 2 pages a day!
Now linked on

Monday, July 25, 2011

New art for a show next month - NYC

I am going to be hanging some photo collabs I did with Frank Correa up at our the Rufeo Hearts Lil Snotty store in Greenpoint next month. Here is a preview of the new art I'm gonna be blowing up HUGE for the event.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Recap: Vile Bodies NYC

Here are some amazing photos of the show we were glad to help be a part of.

more art visible here:
photos are care of: http://www.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Sketchbook pages - a new specific blog soon

so since i have been keeping the comic journal in my sketchbook, its been page 1 and so on and so on. Well to keep the sketchbook full of other stuff too that I needed it for, like design concepts and lists, i started from the back cover and have worked my ways back. Here is what it looks like.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Land of confusion

Hey! Here is a 4 panel comic about my entire stay in NYC thus far.
BONUS- this was on a gross night:

Friday, July 15, 2011

lil tour of CMRTYZ HQ W.

new ziskis tape out soon on highfives and handshakes recs

new ziskis tape out soon too!!!
on highfives and handshakes recz!

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

CMRTYZ + Lady Bree presents.. Vile Bodies

CMRTYZ + Lady Bree presents..

VILE BODIES - New Works by Martha Hipley

live music by


Woven Bones
My Teenage Stride
Easter Vomit
Teen Witch


In the spirit of alternative art spaces, VILE BODIES will use the space and the audience as part of the art experience. In a carefully coordinated performance, the audience becomes the medium of change in what, to all outer appearances, is just another Brooklyn mashup of live music, video art, videogames, and booze over a backdrop of disregarded art.

How can traditional painting compete against such compelling distractions? This installation by artist Martha Hipley challenges the notion that the artist must fight to win an audience by embracing these distractions as part of a larger experiment. In paintings that combine modern technology with traditional technique, the art becomes interactive and responsive to its attentive (or inattentive) audience, destroying itself over the span of the event in a plea for attention. In this way the distractions of the space become essential to the message of the work- that environment is everything.

YO DUDES! So, out here again in NYC to organize another show. This one is in Williamsburg and I hope you come!