About the artist
A word from the curator:
Gentlemen prefer bulldogs.
Where are you from?
Montreal, Canada. I live in a neighbourhood called Le Plateau. Used to be populated by the French Canadian working class and artists but it changed a lot in the last 10 years.
What do you want TeeFury fans to know about you?
I am very tall, handsome, rich and muscular but I do not own a camaro.
What do you absolutely not want them to find out?
Huh...that I just lied
Name a few of your favorite things.
My Pentel brush pen, My metallic green vintage Raleigh 5 speed bicycle and my 12lbs Boston Terrier. I am also quite addicted to my damn iPhone.
What are your feelings about action movies?
Sho Kosugi or die.
Would you rather climb a mountain, dive in the ocean, or explore a jungle?
Can't I just watch all that on T.V? I guess I would pick explore a jungle but I would bring Sho Kosugi just in case I cross path with some monkey clan.
Wizards vs. werewolves: who would win the battle?
Can't stand wizards, too much purple, yellow and pink. Werewolves are cooler with their fraternity jackets, jeans and converse shoes. Unless we are talking about Twilight Werewolves. Then I would have to go with the wizard and maybe I could cast Sho Kosugi in that role.
Describe your favorite shirt that you own, and why you like it so much.
It's a Slayer shirt that I designed for a European tour. Mostly because when I was younger I would've never thought that I would have the opportunity to do a shirt for that band. Especially being from Montreal.
The design is a bunch of impaled soldier skulls with helmets on. All painted with acrylics, no computer involved except to scan it. Quite cute.
I don't usually wear my own stuff but I love it when a metal head ask me about it and I can say that I designed it.
Which is better, gaming, reading, or watching movies? Name your favorite title in your chosen medium.
Well, I would say reading is better, that is if I don't fall asleep after 5 minutes. I used to read a lot, not anymore. I wanted to read "The Road" but ended up watching the movie. I liked it but I sorta felt like if it would've been with Sho Kosugi it would've had more kick.
What inspires your work?
Other artists, tv, dogs, my son, wine and music.
Any shout outs?
My wife for putting up with me. She's the best. I also wish Sho Kosugi would consider playing the role of the Ninja Wizard in "Twilight Kick" but he won't return my calls.