Saturday, December 24, 2011

Custers's Facebook page. by Steven Judd

Traditional Native American Clothing of the Early 21st Century

"Traditional Native American Clothing of the Early 21st Century" 19x25 color pencil on paper. Inspired by the vintage paper dolls of the late 50's early 60's. I'm not a psychologist so I can't tell you the effects of seeing your people only portrayed in a certain way. I can only speak on my own experience of being a little kid and looking for others on t.v. that I could identify with. Only person I could find was Erik "Ponch" Estrada from "CHiPs". So as a young'un I pretended to be a motorcycle cop. So my thought is, what if our youth could see there selves not in just a historical context, but as doctors, lawyers, astronauts. So that's when I decided to make these drawings.

think for YOURSELF

Monday, October 3, 2011

"SUPER FRIENDS" 12x18 on vintage ledger paper from the year 1868! prismacolor pencils and india ink.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Music Video

I was in fla this past week directing a music video for the song "The Storm" by Doc feat. Spencer Battiest.  We put together a quick promo for the video and the artist using the footage

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Six Pack and Gas Money

Here is a teaser trailer that I directed, we made the trailer for just 37 dollars! Hopes to use this trailer to help raise money for the vengeance flick!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

My Letter to Citi Card

I get numerous letters from credit card companies telling me I'm pre-approved for a credit card with outrageous interest rates and fees.  Her is what I sent back to them.  It reads:
"Dear Citi Card
I am not now, nor will I ever be interested in your "subprime" credit card featuring 39.9% (APR) and $60 annual fee. However, I didn't want to waste your prepaid stamped envelope, so I drew this picture of what I hope will be the future relationship between your company and me. (You're the one with the gun)
Steven Judd

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Which way did he go?

My mom made this Wild Thing suit for me.  This picture was taken in Palm Springs

Monday, March 28, 2011

New Mayan Calendar's

Just a reminder, for those of you that use the Mayan Calendar it's about to expire and I'll have the new one's ready for you to pre-order in about a month. They will be good for about 5,000 years. I think you're going to like the pictures that I picked out.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

"Au gaufi" from the "Bottle Cap Series" *SOLD*


"Search for the World's Best Indian Taco"

A short film I directed:
 A whimsical story of a Choctaw grandfather who regales his grandson with a magical story of flying cars, talking rabbits and a man named Three Shades of Black who's on a quest to find the world's best Indian taco.
Check out the trailer: