Duck Season

Here we find an uncharacteristically political piece from the artist, advocating for the armament of woodland rabbits, to combat predation by hunters. This jingoistic poster hurls the epithet “Duck Season” in response to hunter-agression which had been previously egged on by duck populations, who had urged the powers-that-be to declare a period of leporine war known as “Rabbit Season”.

With this particular conflict is ongoing, the artist was heavily criticized for his work on this piece, being accused of contributing to an already widening cultural divide and an environment of species-related tensions.

 
Duck Season, Digital (Autodesk App on Kindle Fire)

Duck Season, Digital (Autodesk App on Kindle Fire)

 

Apoca-fish

This piece finds the artist contemplating the eldritch horrors of modern life, imagining himself as a grotesque, malformed goldfish, paddling about in the endless ratrace of human life through a putrid, algae-filled existence, sending the products of his labors into the murky void like so many bubbles.

 
Apoca-fish, Digital (Autodesk app on Kindle Fire)

Apoca-fish, Digital (Autodesk app on Kindle Fire)

 

The Burgerman

In this piece, we see the artist confront his inner demons, laying bear not only his own tendency toward rampant consumption and self-indulgence, but also the mindless propensity toward inconsistent lighting. Notice the varying angles of shadows, and the childlike tendency to color outside the lines.

A keen viewer will note that the subject of this portrait—whether he is known by the artist or not—is fated for either a devastating gastric experience or a deeply satisfying meal of epic, serpentine proportions, if the artist’s portrayal of the subject’s peculiar anatomy is to be believed.

The artist, when interviewed, declined a definitive answer here, leaving the Burgerman’s ultimate destiny up to the interpretation of the individual viewer.

The Burgerman, Digital (Autodesk app on a Kindle Fire)

The Burgerman, Digital (Autodesk app on a Kindle Fire)