Saturday, August 29, 2009


I'm a strong believer in laissez-faire capitalism and the free market. My presidential candidate was Ron Paul. As I see the world foolishly embracing the evil of socialism, this painting demands less government interference and the return of individual rights. In other words, the true American value of LIBERTY.

This new 30"x40"work will be up on ebay starting 6:45PM tonight. See it at

Friday, August 14, 2009


Stockholm! Land of meatballs and that syndrome thing! Beautiful archipelago city in beautiful SWEDEN! This painting is a tribute to the city and to my great friend who once had a love in Stockholm...He's actually from Halmstad. This painting ships FREE to Sweden, Europe and the USA!

See if you can spot Nils Holgersson ;-)

Now on eBay at this link:

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

The Will to Power

Der Wille zur Macht is ein Gedanke Friedrich Nietzsches, der von ihm zum ersten Mal in Also sprach Zarathustra vorgestellt und in allen nachfolgenden Büchern zumindest am Rande erwähnt wird. Seine Anfänge liegen in den psychologischen Analysen des menschlichen Machtwillens in der Aphorismensammlung Morgenröte. Nietzsche führte ihn in seinen nachgelassenen Notizbüchern ab etwa 1885 umfassender aus.

The latest entry in my Nietzschean series. The Will to Power is a reference to the idea of Friedrich Nietzsche, which first appeared in Also Spake Zarathustra, and all his subsequent works.
The will to power describes what Nietzsche believed to be the main driving force in man; achievement, ambition, the striving to reach the highest possible position in life, these are all manifestations of the will to power. This painting is influenced by this concept, although I personally disagree with the use of power to dominate others. I believe that those who seek nothing but power over others are in reality enslaving themselves and living life second-hand.

On ebay now:

Monday, August 10, 2009

Pork Chop Sandwiches

"PORK CHOP SANDWICHES" celebrates classic cinema and jazz, and is a joyful tribute to such great directors as Frank Capra, Elia Kazan, Howard Hawks, John Ford, Alfred Hitchcock, and the greatest of them all, Orson Welles. It presents you with a glimpse into an era long gone, a golden age which will never return.

Update: SOLD!