Because you think "mixed media" died when Crossfire got canceled, be enlightened by the art of James Walker, who satisfies "an insatiable urge to create" via his collection of multi-media paintings, sketches, and digitally altered photos, which apply a beautifully dark aesthetic to everything from border collies to punk rock -- so basically, subject matter that takes you by the balls. Notables include
Flying Machines Print
This digitally touched camera work captures a lone tree in a barren landscape with a billowing light that eventually turns to black, also what producers had to do when no other actor would take the role in The Holiday
Named for the only day with so much free time you might actually consider watching The Holiday, this 3' x 3' wood plank features a pooch eerily surrounded by white blotches and black handprints
Full of striking contrast, this fiercely diving pigeon seem to shimmer due to the heavy use of oil, meaning Walker can expect a call from BP's chairman complaining about the lack of vacation it's costing him
For something super mixed, he's also got a 18" x 22" piece called "Until Then" made with oil, ink, coffee, and "correction fluid", which's also what CNN brass called the spray they used to wash down Tucker Carlson.