Thursday, October 21, 2010

back home!!!!

brazil was amazing. a special thanks goes out to joao raus, david kim, joao lavieri, anderson augusto, gregorio marangoni, hilnando mendes, and hinata for making my trip so memorable.

joao raus mom made us some delicious food on our last day.
joao family is awesome. so kind and warm hearted.

fables work is insane!
i cant believe i went to see the falls again.........




lucky to know these amazing artist.


close up of a recent commission i just finished.

i would have loved to paint some cityscapes but there were just too many people in the city. i ended up with mostly nature settings.





sao and davi are great. supplying me paint and walls. great all around guys!!!



illustrator and designer conference.


thats it for now. will show new works soon.

thanks for reading.

9 comments:

Jael Segura said...

I am absolutely jealous!! not only is a trip to such a beautiful place an amazing experience, but that homecooked food looks so amazingly delicious... definitely envying Joao for his mom's cooking right now. That, and meeting such a fantastic set of artists, too.

Looking forward to the post showing more art!

p.s: those sketches look amazing.

Roxy M said...

These photos are amazing, I think I already told you this! The one with you surrouded by all the graffiti is my favorite, I kind of wanna do a painting based off of it. :)

Oliver said...

Amazing work. What does your travel art kit include? those little landscapes are so wonderful, but I feel like I'd need tons of materials which makes it inconvenient to just whip out and start painting. Can you let us in on your process/materials for that?

Wonderful post!

Tom Scholes said...

wowwwwwwwwwwwwww

Andres Guzman said...

I need to grab a little to-go- gouache set...Looks like an epic trip Hem.

Owen said...

You're living the dream man, always great to see the photos and sketches!

seth robinson- said...

This is absolutely great! I'm so glad you travel and have great experiences like these. It really seems to impact your work, which just keeps getting more and more interesting.

Finn Clark said...

Looks like an amazing trip! I really love the little moleskine paintings.

rodrigoart said...

very inspiring update man, daaaaaaaamn i am in awe!