Thursday, November 29, 2012


Rikki Crowley

Friday, November 16, 2012

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Friday, October 19, 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Out There Magazine Issue #4

I have a few pictures and a short interview given by my friend Brenden Shucart in the new issue of Out There Magazine. (Brenden has his own 'label' on my blog, I photographed him often when he lived in SF) I kinda wish Brenden had written my responses also. The magazine is proper, content based and no annoying ads for gay cruises. It should be hitting stands nowish. 

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Things Jody Jock Says

Te Amo Novio. Sticker

Tuesday, April 3, 2012


HOMOCCULT & OTHER ESOTEROTICA - VOLUME 1 & 2 : a group of experimental queer short films curated by Daniel McKernan focused on magic, ritual and the occult will be screened in Chicago at S&S PROJECT (3145 S. Morgan St., Chicago, IL 60608) over the weekend of April 6-8, 2012. Tickets available at the door only.

Featuring films by SUPERM (Slava Mogutin & Brian Kenny), Todd Verow, Roberto Ratti, Terence Koh, Daniel McKernan & Richie Rennt, The Threshold Houseboys Choir (Peter Christopherson), Black Sun Productions, Edward O'Dowd, Micki Pellerano, Lukas Beyeler, Matt Lambert, Ron Athey, JodyJock, Luigi & Luca, Bruce LaBruce & Gio Black Peter, Murphy Maxwell, Dominic Johnson, Lee Adams, Skye Thorstenson, Zackary Drucker, and Genesis & Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge.

- VOLUME 1 - Friday, April 6th, 8PM
- VOLUME 2 - Saturday, April 7th, 8PM
- VOLUME 1+2 - Sunday, April 8th, 5PM

View the new trailer here:

In conjunction with these screenings, THE HOMOCCULT SHOW is an exhibition presented by S&S Project and co-curated by Erik Peterson and Jonathan Sommer. Featuring the artwork of Christos Andrews, Elijah Burgher, ColectivoMultipolar, Maj Furani, Erika Keck, George Keller, Armando Lozano, Daniel McKernan, Sofia Moreno and Erik Peterson. 

HOMOCCULT & OTHER ESOTEROTICA from Daniel McKernan on Vimeo.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Monday, March 12, 2012

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Add To Shopping Cart

I am creating small editions of these images to try to generate some money. I don't really have much left to sell other than my work. 
Editions of 25
Signed and Numbered
8 x10 inches (image about 6.5 x 9.5)
Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle*
*see note about printing at the end of the post
$125.00 Each

Coming From The Top 2010

The Heart's A Lonely Hunter  2010

Hero Takes A Fall 2008

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 2011

Waterfall 2009

(Pigment Based Printing)
Our pigment print process can produce super wide, archival prints with pigmented ink using the Roland Hi-FI Jet Pro II. This printer can produce prints 74 inches wide by 100 feet with remarkable image quality. The twelve color variable droplet technology creates rich, saturated color and dense blacks on a huge range of media. We can print on virtually any absorbant printing material. We stock an array of archival fine art papers, canvas, silk, duratrans, vinyl, and films. 

Having used Iris printers exclusively for the first nine years of our standards are very high, this pigment-based process rivals the Iris and can print 100 feet long with no water solubility issues. It prints with suspended pigment that is archivally rated at over 150 years. The concern over image permanence is a thing of the past.

Relatively recent advancements in inkjet technology use a piezo crystal at the back of the ink reservoir. This is rather like a loudspeaker cone -- it flexes when an electric current flows through it. Whenever a dot is required, a current is applied to the piezo element, the element flexes and in so doing forces a drop of ink out of the nozzle.

There are several advantages to the piezo method. The process allows more control over the shape and size of ink droplet release. The tiny fluctuations in the crystal allow for smaller droplet sizes and hence higher nozzle density. Unlike with thermal technology, the ink does not have to be heated and cooled between each cycle. This saves time, and the ink itself is tailored more for its absorption properties than its ability to withstand high temperatures. This allows more freedom for developing new chemical properties in inks.

Current piezo inkjets have black print-heads with 128 nozzles and color (CMY) print-heads with 192 nozzles (64 for each colour), addressing a native resolution of 720 by 720dpi. Because the piezo process can deliver small and perfectly formed dots with high accuracy, they are able to offer an enhanced resolution of 1440 by 720dpi.


Thursday, January 12, 2012

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Monday, January 9, 2012