Friday, April 27, 2012

The 3rd in my NDN GQ Hipster series. Mixing photo's of Natives from the 1800's (in this case Black Horn - Hunkpapa - 1872) with pictures from today. Looking good then and now.
For you "Office Space" fans, this is Pres. Benjamin Harrison trying to explain to the Native American's how their treaty is no longer being honored, so that they can have the "land run".

Saturday, April 14, 2012


The night i saw this movie i came home and started writing a screen play.  This is acrylic on canvas

Monday, April 9, 2012

I make it rain in the clubs

A little something I made in photoshop.

3D Ledger Art.

Finally finished another one of my "3D Ledger" drawings. This is actually a 2d flat drawing, made to appear to be bursting out of the paper, I hope. Shadows etc were just painted on. Drawn/painted on vintage ledger paper from Jan 21, 1889

Local NPR radio interview I did for the "CAN Film Festival"

Indian Times: The Can Film Festival and Writer/Director Stephen Judd (Apr 07, 2012)

This week on Indian Times,  he’s a writer/director and an artist, now he’s worried about hunger for Native Americans in Oklahoma.  His name is Stephen Judd (Kiowa/Choctaw) and we’ll be discussing his work & upcoming film festival at the Jacobson House on April 13th in Norman,  its been dubbed the Can Film Festival, so bring a can…of food.

Somthing I made.

You can buy this on my Etsy page for 20 bucks!

"TRIBAL TAGS" 2'x4' repurposed licenes plates

"REZ PEZ" acrylic on canvas.

You're Jingling Baby - a little something I made. Jingle Dress

LEDGER SKETCH - 16x20 mixed media on canvas.

16x20 Acrylic/India ink/mix media on canvas. In the 1800's every little NDN kid would bug his parents to get him a Ledger Sketch. To clarify, this is a panting, not a real etch-a-sketch