Garrett and his friends give us an overview of this artwork and working methods.

Chris Weagel

Chris Weagel writes about the intersection of technology and parenting for Wired Magazine. No he doesn't. He can't stand that shit.

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  • What I find interesting about his use of swastikas, from the brief glimpses we get here, is that he draws them left-facing, rather than the right-facing version as used by the Nazis. I’m no expert on swastikas, but I understand that the left-facing version is more associated with Buddhist and Hindu traditions and in some cases means “good luck.” Does he address this at all? Just caught my eye.

  • CHRIS! I don”t miss a gawd damn video buddy.
    From post to the people, everything is interesting.
    Clean, swift and intriguing.
    Well worth being alive and watching.
    I look forward to Garrettes Gallery at the Human-Dog Compound Inc & Co.
    My applause to you all.

  • His typography is fantastic. He needs toi develop it into a PC font.

    Any chance of getting a penis montage for a promo?

  • A fantastic post! I really liked how he captures of essense of the penis. It has voice and tells us about the world around us. I would really like to buy and frame some of his art to place on my wall. It would be a great intellectual conversation started during soirees and dinner parties.