I’ll let you figure that one out from the title.
“One Last Reach For The Light, 2016, Simon Chartrand, Oil on Canvas, 75 cm x 60 cm”
A super happy painting about time and its amusing suffering causing trauma.
“Torture Clock, 2016, Simon Chartrand, Oil on Canvas, 40 cm x 50 cm”
Fun times ink on paper bullshit watch me dance now.
Painting about melty colors from the brainspace or something to that effect.Stats :
“Liquid Meltdown, Simon Chartrand, 2016, oil on canvas, 40cm x 50cm”
This painting was not produced in a fit of anger. It was produced in a fit of super duper anger.
“The Scream Inside, 2015, Simon Chartrand, Oil on canvas, 20 cm x 30 cm”
Check out our resident madman/camel whisperer sharing his hard-earned wisdom on properly arting a square. It’s wonderful and you should love it, and share it, and possibly make an indecent proposal to it.
Are you ready to attend the stupidest, less functional art class ever? Of couse you do, who wouldn’t? Here’s an intro episode to such fun and questionable acting.
The short movie “The Monster Played NES” will be presented on the big screen as a premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival on July 31st 2015! (at 9pm)
Here’s a fancy link :
The video will then be (re)made available on the website after for all to enjoy and slowly masticate.
Witness as a a game session of Monster Party on NES during Halloween turns horribly, horribly wrong.
A game session of Monster Party on NES during Halloween turns horribly, horribly wrong.
Produced, directed, edited and starring Simon Chartrand, Many gaming peripherals were harmed in the making of this video.
The line between fan and cultist is thin and leads to horrible eldritch abominations.