Welcome to my little slice of the internet. I'm glad you're here.
Covid-19 Warning: Slow the spread with face masks that feature my work. Check them out here.
Let me start by telling you how I came to drawing. I started when I was in the county jail. We were locked in our cells 23 hours per day. I had nothing to do but read a pocket-sized bible...and write letters home. I spent two years in there, and you can only read the bible so many times.
So I started to draw. Mostly I drew pictures without any shading so I could get better at my line work. It wasn't until I went to prison that I learned how to do the shading work. I'd been down for five years at this point, when I met this guy who taught me how to shade. I've been drawing now for 12 years and hope to do it the rest of my life.
I've always been into tattoos and the tatoo world. It's an art that has evolved so much that got me hooked. It went from doing work that looked like that of a child, to the masterpieces I do now. I like seeing people walking around with these pieces of artwork on them. It became my inspiration to make myself better with my work. I'm hoping to make sculpture when I'm released from prison, so look out for them in the next four years.
All of my artwork is signed with my prison nickname, "Lazy" so you know what is mine when you see it and a symbol next to it.
"Conformity" was my way of losing myself. When I draw tribal I don't have to think, whereas all my other work takes great amounts of concentration.
Use the dropdown menu above the 'add to cart' button if you'd like to purchase my original work, or limited prints of "Conformity".
All of my work looks great on t-shirts, spiral notebooks, and travel mugs, but "Conformity" looks especially excellent on a shower curtain. Check it out here. If you decide to add Conformity to your bathroom, consider a matching bath mat, also available through my portfolio here.
Thanks for your consideration and interest in Conformity
...You can use the dropdown menu to see Tasty on 9 different sizes. All of my limited prints are masterfully reproduced on beautiful Satin Canvas that is OBA free. Printed om neutral white water resistant canvas composed of a luxurious poly/cotton blend gives my work a uniform low glare finish.
This canvas has superior color brilliance and image definition. It is ideal for art decor and fine art reproductions. Specifically created for PrisonArtWare.com by one of the top fineart canvas manufacturers in the country. Additionally, my work is mounted and stretched across premium, high quality wood stretcher bars, dried to reduce warping and cracking
"Somedayz" is now available on quality face masks here.
When I drew Somedayz, I wanted to draw something with red ink because I saw something drawn in red ink alone, and I wanted to try my hand at it.
My original work, and nine sizes of limited prints, are available for sale; use the dropdown menu above the yellow 'add to cart' button to get started.
Somedayz looks great on fitted v-neck t-shirts, acrylic blocks, even clocks. But if Somedayz catches your eye, you'll catch the eyes of others by "waring" it on a laptop skin. Click here to order yours. Also available on durable laptop sleeves. Order yours here.
Thanks for taking the time to view my work.
Check out this work in my new portfolio at society6.com.
When I drew Crossada, it came as a nightmare I had the night before, and the face was in my mind the whole day...haunting me. So I just sat down and drew what came out.
Crossada is available for sale in nine sizes of limited prints. My original work is also available for sale. The dropdown menu gets you started.
If a durable drawstring bag is in your future, Crossada renders great on the ones available through my portfolio. Click here to see it. Long sleeve t-shirts and cotton tote bags also look great donned with the stuff of my nightmares. Enjoy.