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Monday, July 21, 2008

It's time for me to say "goodbye" for a bit, folks. Now don't go gettin' your stockings in a bundle - Mr. DeJerk and I are just fine. In fact, we're doing SO well that I'm off to New York for two weeks to scout out new places and connections for us and his art! I'll be putting on my best duds and cheesiest smile and hopefully, by the time I'm done, we'll have a show in New York secured for the Work, DeJerk!

Right now my itinerary includes visiting the Vanina Holasek Gallery, Giant Robot, Location 1, Cinders Gallery and Team Gallery, among others. If the Met's lucky, I might just stop by there, too!

So if you're in New York in the next few weeks, or if you know of any other places to stop - hell, even if you know someone who might know someone who does - drop us a line at! We'd gladly appreciate any help you can offer, and in return we'll continue to spread Love and Ridiculousness all over the world!

Thanks for everything, and remember to stay tuned for new video and pictures from DeJerk, himself!

Love, love, love,


Friday, July 18, 2008

Hiya, folks! If you happen to be in the Northern-lands of Vancouver, BC tonight, stop on by Bikeosphere - the art/fashion show and fund raiser party for Momentum Magazine. It's being held at the Centre A Gallery on 23 West Pender Street and, according to Momentum's publisher, Amy Walker, the turn-out is supposed to be fantastic! They've got a cash bar, a bicycle quilt, designers and artists from all over North America, and they even have 3 original works DeJerk! We'll post pictures as soon as we receive them, and they'll include a brand-spanking new piece, and a video of its making! So stay tuned...

To find out more details about the event, or to check out Momentum Magazine (a decision we DeJerks
highly suggest), visit the site at:

Monday, July 07, 2008

Ever wonder how DeJerk does it all?
Check out this brand-spankin'-new video showing the process of Tiago's cutting and painting this year's Pedalpalooza art! Man, do those hands work quickly!

Thursday, July 03, 2008

New Work DeJerk!
Stunning stencil stuff you have yet to see!

Click on an image to reveal the full deal! Most of these were created for small-scale sale, except for two: The Sprockettes and Carol.

Here-in depicted in their notorious chicken-fight sequence, the Sprockettes sold this painting at their AWESOME Bicycle Bash party this year, immediately following the 6th annual Multnomah County Bike Fair. The portrait of Carol was commissioned as a present for her mother last Christmas.

Stay tuned, because DeJerk will be offering this same portrait service for the upcoming holiday season this year! What says, "Thanks for birthing me!" better than the Work, DeJerk? ...we can't think of anything either!