They're back! I made like 90 eggs! They took me an hour or more each! I'm sick of making eggs now! BONUS: A spooooky Zombie Egg video.
Inspired by the box I made, I went ahead and made an entertainment center for my living room. I used black gas pipe and I had to go to Home Depot about 45 times in a week because it was SHOCKINGLY hard to get all the right pipe pieces.
BONUS: My growing light-up globe collection.
Not a lot of backstory here. I just suddenly wanted to make a tiny guy in bad shape.
Only you can prevent tiny little forest fires. It was fun making a fake cigarette for this. It was gross using this old ashtray from Goodwill.
Had the idea to make a landscape on a Möbius strip.
Made this little guy for a friend's birthday. Goopy!
So this is an art thing that has taken over my life for the last two weeks. I'm loving the process of learning how to use new materials and techniques and using them to tell stories. My house is covered with foam and paint and tiny fake grass and empty whiskey bottles.
I'm really excited for this to have come out. It took about a thousand hours, and it's my favorite one yet.
I'm excited to be in series, directed by Robert Stromberg and starring Colin Hanks, JK Simmons and Catherine O'Hara. Sorta half movie/half branded content. I think it's coming out really awesome. Here are the first two episodes.
My friend Brooks Morrison made this great little film and put me in it. I really got to know his floor that day. Intimately. It was not a super clean floor.
Introducing Bill Murray and Sigourney Weaver in a bunch of costumes they do not belong in. I'm making these available as prints which you can order here. They're 13" x 19" and look DOPE.
I didn't realize how much detail went into some of these costumes. Or how many candy-tipped bras Katie Perry owns. I had to do a lot of research in this project and what I came away with is this: The Macho Man is by far the coolest guy I have ever seen in my life.
Lucky enough to have three commercials running at the moment, all shot by great directors and talented crew. A HUGE thanks to my amazing commercial agency, Osbrink Talent. I've been with them for like a thousand years and they're the best in the biz!
Featuring me and plenty of real, better actors. Uma Thurman, Lee Pace, Paul Scheer and the bathroom from Reservoir Dogs. Also me bald! Also me throwing up! Enjoy!
I star in a new feature from the writer/director of horror film The Strangers. That's me on the poster. A pretty suspenseful film. And I dress like a clown. Trailer below.