If you didn’t know… this Hobo ain’t your average hobo. He ith a cultivator of fine beards, exquisite cinematography, and wondrous colour grades. Joshua “Hobo” Herron just dropped his ’09 demo reel on the world… and no, he didn’t upload it from a freeway off-ramp holding a sign that says “Why lie? I need a beer”.Bask in the omnipresent talent exuded in this three-minute sampling of work. Then, when you are done… hire this man so I can enjoy more visuals of this caliber.
My oil pan stripped out tonight while doing a simple oil change. 180º thread segments were coming out with the oil. We couldn’t get the drain plug to thread… and when I finally did – that wrench just kept turning and turning and turning and turning.I’m frustrated because I didn’t HAVE to change the oil. It was probably fine. I just wanted to make sure the car was in top shape before the event at Turner. No drifting for me this weekend.Ugh.
My buddy Chad Copeland brought his wild Datsun 620 over last night for some assistance putting some war-inspired shark graphics on the truck. It had been a while since I had done any vinyl work, but it was definitely a fun install. Each side was in 3 separate layers, so it took a little while to get it all on there. I feel like I want the eye to be larger, and lower in relation to the mouth, but overall… I think it turned out awesome!For more about Chad’s truck… check out his website!
I was digging through some old boxes from my college days, and stumbled across these old flyers. If memory serves me correctly, Antonio Garcia, TJ McCucheon, and myself walked into the Kinko’s on 14th empty handed. The goal was to make the flyers with anything available inside the store (without using their computers). These flyers are a result of turning trash cans inside-out, and using paper scraps, scissors, and glue to assemble a completed flyer.I have no idea who made what, but This was definitely a fun exercise, and it yielded some pretty cool workI might have to try this again sometime!