Monday, April 19, 2010

We do what we like, and we like what we do

I first and for most have to apologize to you, my reader, for being a bad blogger. It may seem like I've been dead for the past month, but on the contrary, I have been very much alive. I've been so busy I haven't really had a chance to sit down and blog.
Here's some random stuff I've been doing:
- Playing a covers show as the Ramones

Call me Spencer Ramone

-Helping my bud Manuel Bova print the new Nick Corbo Animal Names E.P.

-Playing a sold out show at the Webster Hall studio

There was a random cat backstage, that attacked our drummer Rabid Russ. We later met Rich Russo, a DJ from 101.9 RXP (the best radio station in America,) and he even played our song on his show for all the world to hear! DAMN!

-Taking a Greyhound bus to Philadelphia at 3 in the morning to get to the Southern Graphics Printmaking convention in Philadelphia.



(Yeah, these are the Rocky steps.)




We had an entire mansion all to ourselves. (Its a long story...)

- I went to Atlanta for spring break to do some community service, and play basketball with homeless dudes.

When in Rome... order the chicken and waffles!




Got to bathe some really adorable puppies. They sure were a handful.


These were the living quarters at a local Atlanta homeless shelter. Plywood bunks, with stained mattresses. It wasn't for the faint of heart haha.


There was tons of Jesus graffiti all over the walls. ^This was my personal favorite. Spencil of course had to leave his mark...


-I went back to CT for Easter and caused my fair share of trouble.


I call this one "Satan's wind chime."

Now I'm back at Purchase, and of course working my skinny ass off. Heres a sneak peak at one of my more recent projects...


I've got some more stuff on the way so stay posted!

love,
-Spencer

Monday, April 5, 2010

The past couple weeks have been insane. I have sooo much to write about...
But for now here's an animation I did last semester with a few friends. It was probably the most tedious thing I've ever done, and I'm pretty proud of it, having never done an animation before.
check it out:

Thank You, Mr. Gondry from elliot lobell on Vimeo.



talk to you soon

-Spencer