Graham & Vann- 'Busting Ass for Nothing' (Back Cover)
Tina & the Goose - Debut Album '308'
Muletide Perkins Trio- 'Snakes Alive'
Chris Ozment- Atlanta, GA Based Photographer
Art Gallery & Gift Shop- Fernandina Beach, FL
Liquid Goose- Band Logo and Sticker for Tina & the Goose
T-Shirt Design for Tina & the Goose
Illustration & Sketchbook
'Little Eyes in the Road' mixed media
'Cat & Butterfly' character sketch- watercolor
Root of Infection
Having a white head is usually an unpleasant and irritable experience for any of us. It attracts unwanted attention and can even make feel you gross inside out. Whether you're itching at it or a friend just cannot stop staring at the blemish, one way or another, you just gotta pop this thing! So you pop it...and it's a nasty one, but if the root is not fully extracted how can you be so sure it won't emerge again? Can the root of infection ever really be cured for good? and if so, how?
I do not wish to promote dermatillomania or scarring here, but the head seems to call for the most attention where as the root remains buried and forgotten underneath the skin until it makes an emergence once again out in the open. Essentially, this is the message behind 'Root of Infection.' I thought the root of the pustule to consist of concentrated greed. Human figures reach for flowing cash while some figures hold anonymous flags (representing possible countries, hate groups, and/or corrupt organizations which are helping to fuel the infection). A bold American flag stands closest to the head of the pustule representing its contribution to the growth of the infection, if not it's leadership role in it.