Garfield Hates Mondays

I’ve created a series of drawings for the Kitty Cat Attack! Art Show at Toy de Jour. My contribution, “Garfield Hates Mondays” is a 70 page notebook full of Garfield drawings. You’ll be able to purchase individual drawings or the entire notebook with whatever drawings are left in it at the opening or however it lastsContinue reading “Garfield Hates Mondays”

Behind the Slime

I designed a new piece for “I Hate this Painting” A Ghostbusters-Inspired Art Show at Toy de Jour. It’s called Behind the Slime and is available as an 8×10 inch print or a 2×3 inch magnet. “I Hate this Painting” A Ghostbusters-Inspired Art Show Toy de Jour: Vintage, Toys, Arts & Farts 2064 N Western Ave, Chicago,Continue reading “Behind the Slime”

Zonk at the Chicago Design Museum

My sculpture, Zonk is on display in the “Unfolded: Made with Paper” exhibit at the Chicago Design Museum through July 31. There’s going to be an opening reception on Thursday, April 28 from 6–9pm. Lightning is a symbol of creation and destruction—a symbol of power and speed. People will compare intense moments of their life or the unexpectedContinue reading “Zonk at the Chicago Design Museum”

Robots at Toy de Jour

I’ve designed some Robot sculptures, plushes and T-shirts that will be featured at Toy de Jour in Chicago this month with an opening reception on Thursday July 10 from 6–9pm. Toy de Jour opened this year in Logan Square and they feature a different artist every month in their store that provides “vintage, toys, arts & farts.” I’m not a bigContinue reading “Robots at Toy de Jour”

Angels Exhibition at The Carnegie

My sculpture, Hypnagogic Visitor, is currently on display at The Carnegie in Covington, KY as part of a group exhibition titled Angels. I’m happy to be in this show that also features many of my friends from Cincinnati. The show runs until October 12 so you have plenty of time to check it out. The galleryContinue reading “Angels Exhibition at The Carnegie”

Seahorses are fish.

Earlier this summer, my artwork was featured at The Whistler Storefront Gallery in Chicago. This is my artist statement and some photos of the installation. Seahorses are fish. Kendall Bruns 12′ W x 6′ H x 2.5′ D cardboard, paper, tape 2013 Seahorses are fish—the weirdest fish that I can think of. This is saying a lotContinue reading “Seahorses are fish.”

Opening Reception for Seahorses are fish.

My new sculpture installation, Seahorses are fish. will be on display in The Whistler’s Window Gallery for the months of May and June. The Whistler is my favorite cocktail bar in Chicago and I’ve always loved how they use the window space so I’m very pleased to have my work on display there. If you followContinue reading “Opening Reception for Seahorses are fish.”

Lucky & Zonk in Cincinnati

I’m happy to have six sculptures on view in the Pearlman Gallery at the Art Academy of Cincinnati as part of their Sculpture Alumni Exhibition. Lucky and Zonk (previously exhibited at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore) are joined by a few of my smaller sculptures, a wall piece that I installed a few weeks agoContinue reading “Lucky & Zonk in Cincinnati”

LOL

I’ve created two new pieces for “LOL: A Decade of Antic Art” opening Friday, June 10, 2011 at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore, MD. Curated by Sue Spaid, the show is described as “a survey of recent artworks which either riff off or intervene on the real.” I created a new video for this exhibition—LOL, a one-minute explorationContinue reading “LOL”

The Infinite Vacation #2

The second issue of The Infinite Vacation is available today at comic book stores nationwide. Once again, I have contributed four pages of photography. This time my photos feature Chicago actors, Ashley Bush and Lee Russell. The five issue series from Image Comics is written by Nick Spencer with art (on the non-photo pages) by Christian Ward.