Ok, one more old piece. And then I am will post something new. It is a piece from back before Psychonauts. This is one of the reasons I came to Double Fine… Tim dug it, so it goes. I did this one for a show called Tongue-tied. Every little scene depicts a moment in time in which nobody knows what to say. They are tongue-tied. Some of these moments I have experienced. Some I have not.
sweet, my friends and diary. later, maynards.

the Vessel

Hi, Diary. So check this out. It is a board game I made for this book called Vessel a million years back. It’s really long. I never made any rules for this board game. It is the journey of a message from one person to another… and the varying methods of getting this message to the other person. It’s so crazy, diary. I hope it doesn’t make you go nuts. You are great. love, scottc

the garden of earthly delight

Another piece of past.
This was a painting I did for a show called Gold Frame Show. For this show, everyone interpreted an old master painting.
I did Hieronymus Bosch’s Hell wing from his triptych The Garden of Earthly Delight. Because it is so awesome.
Here is my version.

p.s. I am thinking about possibly not referring to you, diary, in these posts. Does that make you feel bad? Because it’s getting old possibly. That joke. Sorry to call you a joke.. but you know what I mean.
Later, diary.

8 heads

hi, diary.
so listen, i want to share some things with you.
before i go putting up new stuff for you to look at, i wanted to put up some old school stuff. (mostly because i have no new stuff. tbh.) the first batch of old school stuff are these eight heads from an art show i did with the hickee guys one time.
thanks for sharing this memory lane with me, diary.


here are my paintings from the APE$#!T show, diary. it started last friday and goes to june 10th. at space 743 harrison st. in san francisco.


i’m starting you up again diary! a new page for you to live! this time you have white letters on black! you look sweet! like you are wearing a tuxedo!
ok, later, diary. enjoy your new home.
love, scott