Wednesday, July 29, 2009

From the hidden archives

Some old things I dug up from my hard drive from pre-fun park days. Jeff, Miguel, and I cranked out some amazing things back then. This is some of the work that never made it, I still think they could have turned into something, it was really fun.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Another tease

Hey everyone, here's another desktop look at what I have on my plate for my personal project. Lately the freelance has been happily rolling in finally and well bills will get paid so that makes me a happy boy. Things are getting closer and closer to a big thread of Henshin art!

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Sunday, July 05, 2009

Reposting this message for my friend Jason and his soon to be wife Kam to spread his message, so please check it out.

"Hi everyone,

I’m excited to announce that my fiancĂ© Kam and I are releasing a Dollar Campaign to raise money towards the cure of the disease HIBM. As some as you may already know my fiancĂ© Kam is afflicted with HIBM, which is a progressive muscle wasting disease which can lead to total disability within 10-15 years. We both work very hard for the non-profit organization ARM ( which is dedicated to curing this debilitating disease.

With ARM we have created this dollar campaign with the hopes of raising 1 million dollars to enable human therapeutic trials to fight HIBM. We are asking for two things: First, go to WEBSITE ( to donate $1. Second, send this email on to all your friends and family.

In the Internet age, reaching one million people in that amount of time is surely do-able. If you are interested in becoming a bigger influence in this campaign, host your own dollar collecting campaign in your community, church, workplace, among your friends and family and donate what you've collected as one donation. Or you can post this story and image on your own blog and Facebook page. The more people we can reach increases the awareness of HIBM.

HIBM (Hereditary Inclusion Body Myopathy) is a progressive and debilitating muscle-wasting disorder caused by a gene defect. It touches those between the ages of 20 and 40 and, although progression is slow, it typically leads to total disability within 10-15 years. Studies suggest that HIBM may be easier to cure than many other disorders or diseases, the only limiting factor is funds.

Thank you for your support,

Jason Hazelroth"

Saturday, July 04, 2009

Preview for next week

Here's a sneak peak at some things I'm doing for Project Henshin that should be done by this week. Fun things. Working through the holiday weekend because well I gotta keep hoping one day I'll get struck by employment, but its lunch time. Taking a break.