What I’m trying to do is allow buyers the chance to do is to directly contribute to The Red Cross and skip the whole eBay/paypal cut. This is doubly awesome if a buyer works at company that matches charitable contributions. So please take a look at the pieces below, and email me with any questions.
“Everyday Tokusatsu” a benefit for the Red Cross
As some of you may know, I have been working on a series of paintings to help raise money for The Red Cross. These efforts are part of the relief to help victims of the T?hoku earthquake and tsunami. The series, “Everyday Tokusatsu”, is just a fun twist on Tokusatsu (Japanese live-action tv shows) characters dealing with unexpected (and somewhat mundane) situations. I’ve done three paintings so far, and my friends Omar and Mike have each contributed pieces. For the next few days, I will be “selling” these paintings directly through this site, then On Thursday March 24th, I’ll be listing the remaining items on eBay. The paintings are listed below, and anyone who is interested in a piece can contact me directly on how to purchase it.
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[…] music and cool art. Aside from performing, I’ve also donated what’s left of my “Everyday Tokusatsu” paintings as well as some pieces from Mike Hales and Omar Gonzales. Sad Ultraman, shown at […]