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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Square Basketball Challenge


A year ago, I made a drawing of LeBron James encountering difficulties on scoring a square basketball and hoop.  This year, I attempted to make the painting into reality.



I made a square basketball out of a 12″ inflatable dice purchased off, and stitched faux leather together for upholstering.  After the prototype, I made couple variations of the square basketball.




I have also created a square basketball hoop along with a circular backboard.  I imagine, all the geometric shapes should switch-a-roo.




As a part of the group show Sunburns and Sirens at Current Space, The Square Basketball challenge is an interactive sculpture, which I invite audience to freely shoot the square basketball towards the square hoop.  In the future I would save up money to make a full court game.


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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Remember Blingbling


This is a memorial photo of my beloved pet Blingbling.  It is a drawing on glass and exposed on photosensitive paper.

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Friday, December 19, 2014

Its an Armpit Christmas Philosophy

Its an Armpit Christmas Philosophy.

Its an Armpit Christmas Philosophy.

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Friday, December 19, 2014

Chocolatechip Cookie’s Alone Time


This is Chocolatechip Cookie’s alone time.  She looks at herself in a continuous pretzel framed mirror, crying, unsatisfied with the looks of herself.  In actuality, she is most beautiful, satisfying, and delicious.

posted by Andrew Liang at 12:43 am  

Friday, December 12, 2014

New Ideas.

this is how a door feels on daily basis

this is how a door feels on daily basis

Elephant soft serve

Elephant soft serve

sit ups but no six pack

sit ups but no six pack

Elephant soft serve 2

Elephant soft serve 2

ET's hand shadow puppet would be an elephant

ET’s hand shadow puppet would be an elephant

Snowman and Mansnow

Snowman and Mansnow

Armpit Christmas

Its an armpit Christmas

Monsters in a soup

Monsters in a soup

He disapproves.

He disapproves.

I am not ugly...

I am not ugly…



I ain't afraid of no ghost!

I ain’t afraid of no ghost!







posted by Andrew Liang at 8:27 pm  

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Everything On It

Zoe Friedman and Myself will have an exhibit at WTMD Towson 89.7 radio station.  “Everything On It” opens on 3.28.14, 7-10pm.  Ghost Life and Mountain Peaks will perform at the opening.  Great thanks to John Bohl, Stev Santillan, Mike Benevento, Jeffery Mcgrath, Eamon Espey, Cara Ober, Sam Sessa, and all the DJs at wtmd who open doors for Zoe and I.

Link to the interview:

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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Sexy Potato


Sexy Potato, center of all the attention.

posted by Andrew Liang at 3:02 pm  

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Spring shall return with a sweet & sour cherub.

This is a painting by William Adolphe Bouguereau, circa 1886. This painting was attacked twice, once in 1890 and the other time in 1976. The attackers could not stand the nudity on both occasions. Well, I added in my sweet & sour cherub. Problem solved!

posted by Andrew Liang at 4:45 pm  

Monday, July 1, 2013

Please take a look at my store.

So take a good look at it now. I will up new stuff as soon as i have the photos ready. I will swap them out everyweek!

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Saturday, June 22, 2013

Double Barrel

Double Barrel is a show that was meant to showcase two main installations that I had in mind for quite sometime. “The Worm” and “The Human Anatomy”. The Worm was conceived after a good friend Katie Rose came to inquire about a possible Mural opportunity for me at her place of employment. Original concept was a Worm mural designed to fit a wall 3 stories high and width of a block. Luckily, the proposal was met with a tumbling tumble weed. I didn’t want to banish The Worm, so I proposed it to Space 1026 in Philadelphia, due to the gallery layout is perfect for this installation. The wall is 35 ft x 10ft. Without Katie’s approach, “The Worm” would have never been born.

The Human Anatomy is inspired by The Body World exhibition that I saw in 2006, in Philadelphia. On the left is a woman with her organs exposed, and on the right is a man with his skeletal system exposed.

Back in November 2012, I started to make these paintings in Gouche. I have never been to Pacific Northwest, but I have seen many pictures, videos, and heard descriptions of that part of the U.S.A..
These four paintings are subconsciously and consciously about Pacific Northwest from me, a person who has never been there.

“Timing Belt” 24″ x 36″ approximately.

“Butter Hawk” 24″ x 36″ approximately. A punk’s Butter Hawk melts under the Sun.

“Self Pong” 24″ x 36″ approximately. Playing PingPong with myself. A lonely game only cats understand.

“A Pacific Tickle” 24″ x 36″ approximately. Does Alaska have Pink Sky like how we have it in Baltimore?

“Double Barrel” 10″ x 12″ approximately.

posted by Andrew Liang at 4:38 pm  
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