“Just make everything fucking brighter than necessary and do the linework sloppy” -Tim Pangburn
That’s my new advice for every tattoo. So let’s make them all stupid bright and messy. Because those are the coolest tats.
Thank you sooo much to everyone that came to the @libertybankbuilding ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday!💖
Everytime I see yall, the love is always sooo real! It can be hard creating in front of crowd with all your errors put on display. But the residents and community was so encouraging which made this mural a pleasure to create 🤗
Had a blast giving hugs and chatting with you all. I shared some more info about the project during this interview for @africatownsea Stay tuned for that!
Much love to my dearest friend, Tali of @astrotwins, for taking this picture 📸😘💕 Sooo good seeing you 🤗
Hope everyone's week is off to a great start! Mine has been full of productivity with the @trill_effect
😎 Happy Monday!
Abstract cosmic shapes explode into a riot of molded organisms in my exploration of the inner landscape. Brain-like forms show us a psychological morphology.
You can study it for hours and keep finding new worlds to escape into.
This very large, abstract piece needs a feature wall to do justice to its gorgeous colors and fantastical shapes.
Signed and dated on the back and wired for hanging. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Buy it on Saatchi Art - search for Gregg Simpson or go to my website and contact me.
This painting was inspired by an image of @tamar_kali that appeared in a @nytimes article about women breaking down barriers in the film music industry. Tamar-kali is the composer behind “Mudbound” and “Come Sunday”, and is working on the score for an adaptation of “The Last Thing He Wanted” by Joan Didion. | “Tamar”, 18” x 24”, mixed media on canvas
This quote will forever remind me of my friend, Tina, who passed away a few years ago.💗 I met her about 10 years ago at church, and I recall Tina sharing the quote so often...when talking about struggles she’d been through with her kids (they were all adults and she was a new grandma), in reference to the ups and downs of her marriage (she was fiercely devoted to her husband), and whenever she opened up about her previous battle with cancer (which she had fought and won years before). She was convinced that although her life was not perfect, it was still full and good and beautiful. ➡️I also remember Tina carrying her diet coke in a big Sonic cup (they have the best ice!🥤), and telling us that heaven had better have a beach because it was her favorite place in the entire world.🏝😜 She was such a no-nonsense person, and I loved that about her!💪🏼😊
Tina got extremely sick with an undiagnosed illness that even Mayo Clinic could not figure out, and she slowly wasted away without any answers or diagnosis. It was heart-breaking and so sad to see my vibrant friend leave us.😔 But I’ll tell you one thing, the lessons I learned from Tina remain with me to this day, and in that way, she is never truly gone.❤️ I’ve thought of her so often these past 8 months with Alfredo traveling — life is hard sometimes, but there is also so much to be thankful for! There is SO MUCH WONDERFUL all mixed in.
I’ll have these signs in the shop on Wednesday, if you need a little reminder that “life doesn’t have to be perfect to be wonderful.”🥰 #lifedoesnthavetobeperfecttobewonderful#beautifulreasonstobehappy#lifeiswonderful#imperfections#itsawonderfullife#wonderfullife#thankfulheart#gonebutnotforgotten#lessonslearnedinlife#woodsigns#mixedmediaartwork#brightcolors#colorfulart#springcolors#freehandlettering#makeitwithmichaels#pinkrobyndecor