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My friends over at Guts & Glory and I worked on some videos in March to promote their newest project, Helvetica the Perfume. Happy to say that both videos have been released and we can now share our hard work with everyone!

Here’s one for “the lovers”. To read more about the project and see the other videos and extras, go here: http://www.behance.net/gallery/16902341/Lovers-Haters

Posted on Friday, May 30th 2014

Finally getting out of the subway after work to see the sun. Thank you daylight savings!

Finally getting out of the subway after work to see the sun. Thank you daylight savings!

Posted on Monday, March 10th 2014

New work - "Good Cop, Bad Cop" - Based on True Stories!
Left - badge of Robert Bilodeau, one of NYPD’s finest, surrounded by a halo. He was killed in the line of duty. During his time as an officer, Officer Bilodeau was severely injured multiple times – including being stabbed in the eye and having a slashed throat that required 63 stitches (he returned to work 3 weeks later). In 1980, he was gunned down in a narcotics bust. He is one of very few NYPD officers to have received 2 medals of honor.Right - badge of Jon Burge, a former Chicago PD lieutenant and commander, being scorched in a pit of flames. He is known for participating in the torture and forced confessions of over 200 suspects in the 70’s and 80’s. He would burn suspects with cigarettes and radiators, suffocate them with plastic bags, electrocute their genitals with a cattle prod, and beat them with telephone books. (Really, a terrible guy.)

New work - "Good Cop, Bad Cop" - Based on True Stories!

Left - badge of Robert Bilodeau, one of NYPD’s finest, surrounded by a halo. He was killed in the line of duty. During his time as an officer, Officer Bilodeau was severely injured multiple times – including being stabbed in the eye and having a slashed throat that required 63 stitches (he returned to work 3 weeks later). In 1980, he was gunned down in a narcotics bust. He is one of very few NYPD officers to have received 2 medals of honor.

Right - badge of Jon Burge, a former Chicago PD lieutenant and commander, being scorched in a pit of flames. He is known for participating in the torture and forced confessions of over 200 suspects in the 70’s and 80’s. He would burn suspects with cigarettes and radiators, suffocate them with plastic bags, electrocute their genitals with a cattle prod, and beat them with telephone books. (Really, a terrible guy.)

Posted on Thursday, February 27th 2014