Bomb Angel - Manga angel made out of bombs and old transistors, made with ink Usually a sticker, but this has a bit of Photoshop.
Good Times, True Story - Polaroid from Vietnam - this is actually a picture of an unknown soldier, and the photographer is unknown, I think.
Destroy - Photoshopped illustration which I use for street art stickers
Grandma - Some grandmothers are evil, and this is one of them :D
Rusty Retrobot - Retrobot is an atomic punk character I use for stickers and paintings, here he is on a rusty wall.
Skull and Needles - Creepy sticker design
It's a Trip - Just playin' in Photoshop
Alien Couple - Illustration made with ink and markers, it cab be flipped on either side.
80s Baby - Inspired by the cover of Duran Duran's Rio album
Bunny is Satan - If you add a bunny to satanic iconography, it no longer seems like something dark and evil. Well, sort of.
Ninja Rabbit - The Ninja Rabbit has special compartments in his gear which project tentacles with sharp-toothed robots. Made just with ink and markers.
The Vamps - Ink illustration inspired by the comic book Dylan Dog
Silverbot - A robot made with a silver marker and a couple of paint markers, on black cardboard.
Some Skulls - Four skulls - Ozzy, Robocop, Pirate and Dia de los Muertos. Made with ink, permanent markers and paint markers.
Kabuki - A kabuki mask representing a hero who has some issues. The colors represent emotions according to the rules of Kabuki theater. Made with acrylic paint and ink.
Cavity - A very depressing painting, made with acrylic and ink. This is a low-res photo, so the colors are wrong, the original is more ultraviolet - to represent sorrow.
Chief Joker - What would the Joker look like as an Indian chief? Well, there you go. Plus, he's definitely hitting the pipe and peyote. Note that he uses cannabis leaves instead of feathers.
Theddy Bears from Space - This manga action scene was inspired by Jill Thompson's version of Death.
Sweet - Sweet girls can hide a vicious heart. This was also somewhat inspired by Jill Thompson's Death.
Lowbrow - A skinless face. Made with acrylic paint, paint markers and pencils on black cardboard.
Ninja Rabbit 2 - The Ninja Rabbit has special compartments in his gear which project tentacles with sharp-toothed robots. Made just with ink and markers.
Flowers for the Dead - Inspired by Mexican Day of the Dead iconography, made with acrylic, paint markers and ink on cardboard.
Transformers Fan - This illustration was inspired by one of the Suicide Girls.
Fly God - Not to be mistaken by The Lord of the Flies, Fly God was inspired by the music of Mastodon. Made with ink and acrylic, this is a low-res photo but the complementary colors of vermilion and vivid blue kick ass.
Chica - character used for a concert poster
Doggie - commission work, superhero inspired sketch, some watercolors