Looking for creepy we got it.
Behind this link is a parody on corporate sites. It is based on an un-named oil company started by an un-named family in an un-named part of the world in the 19th century.lookee lookee
Plenty of everything for all time.
No worries about resources, or species...just eat it all and begin the fuck fest.
Flaunt your pig faced militarism, baby.let's see
For What It's Worth
Here are a number of posters called "nJoy"… They are probably not very njoyable to some.
Doonla Watzit, inurface.com
I do not like the fact that my face has been used in this poster. I plan to sue.
Andy Farqua, Pittsataqua, WV
This poster was supposed to be done for my band. It turned out I was the only one that liked it. I am now doing solo gigs in the NYTA tunnels below Crown Heights.
Donny Scuto, Brooklyn, NY
Below is a small sampling of work which Dan May had done for entertainment folks. Much of the work displayed some might justifiably say, "Who is that?" or " I thought they were dead , or at least chronically ill, abandoned on an ice flow, or are currently on life support?" Well, thanks for looking anyway , junior.
:} Below are links to stuff for sale for the budget minded, or that used to be on other clients sites that I did.
There may even be something you like...maybe.
Paintings and posters
posters to enjoy
stuff you can draw on
Some screen shots and the like
film clips, cartoonies, references and others
idolized future with superheroes, spies and the like from a mid-20th century standpoint
Here are a few of Dan May's (that's me) latest works. Each piece uses a hodge podge of pop culural references, symbolism, and parody as a vehicle for visual stories. All prices exclude shipping, but are full of 'love,' so it all evens out.
Giclee print 11x 18: $15
$15: Giclee Print
Acrylic on canvas mounted to Board.
D$2500, 2 ft x 4 ft
Acrylic on Board, unmounted.
20 x 28 inches, NFS Acrylic on canvas board,
Have you had an alien encounter and want to talk about it? Please use the link to email me if you wish to purchase some of my highly honed wares. They may assist in driving them away.
Whenever you are in town drop by galleries that carry my work, that way you can consider yourself an art patron like the Medici's except you may not own a bank, but that makes you okay in my book.
OK? rhoncus risus.