Friday, October 28, 2011

XXX Policies.

The official companion to the triplexskatbeoards website; makers of riders and gallery quality skateboards, art prints and rightcious art created by Krayola since 1987. XXX is a single art enterprise run by one man.

All items except some prints are considered custom. This is not a resale venture. All sales are contractual. There is no refunds for items purchased especially since the maker discounts his work.

1. All sales are final; there's only exchages for defects.
2. If you need to inquire on an order please email me with full name,
Paypal email used and address.
3.Method of shipping is to the buyer and default option is UPS Ground or USPS 1st Class. It is the buyers responsibility to pay for
insurance(over $100 dollars) or delivery confirmation for USPS.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Grim Reaper Proof Print

This is something I drew for myself and decided after it sitting around for a couple of years to do a few test prints.

Attempting to add various layers of editorial story telling to my work I finished this last year but it's been sitting around gathering dust. It's based on my love of old pulp covers, Night Gallery and well my version of hell. When you die, a door opens and a oddly equipped version of "Death" takes you to your personal hell across an odd plane of existence which now that I think about it is like in the movie Phantasm.

I just like the idea of expressing myth as practicality. And no death wouldn't have had a n Ak47, since this incarnation, amongst many died in 1940's and has those tools in which he was holding upon his death. Future versions of death would have caseless electric rifles...maybe elctro-plasma-swords....

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Dead Baron Night/Day final prints

This is an unpublished print, meaning I have no want to push this as a poster or pursue it as a deck. Limited to a few and very rare. Limited to 5 in each color of day and night.

Flying Eye Cross prints

Flying Eye Cross test print and are 11"x17"

These where done as a test to see how halftones worked.