Monday, April 30, 2007

My bio for Ouch My Eye

"My passion is a whore". An illustrator, multi-media artist, photographer, graphic designer, comic creator, self-publisher, sculptor, and sometimes an experimental musician. Marc Palm plays well with everything.

"I can see potential of each medium. I like to experiment with everything and then with what I get from each one, I put it in a tool box for later". He continues, "I don't necessarily want to master any one of them. I don't want to direct that much attention on one thing at a time. I'd rather play around long enough to figure something out. Do something cool with it and then try something else. There's always time to learn more and do more. I don't feel I'll ever stop playing".

Marc has just recently created a daily web comic that he posts everyday at

His self published works can be previewed and purchased at

There's also a independent online distribution company that he and long time friend/collaborator
Levi Bailey have put together called Self Satisfied. Easy access is at

Check your FACE!!! It's ART!!!

So opening Friday the 4th of April at Ouch My Eye, Urban Wildlife. It's a group show featuring creatures that might only exist in a city environment. I submitted the two following manipulated photos of camouflaged bugs.


For just me, Marc Palm this is where you can get general information on how to operate your very own Marc Palm. There are lists of things Marc Palm likes. Images that Marc Palm has created. And proof that people know Marc Palm.

Click on the blue letters to hear sounds like that of Swellzombie, which is a project that was found in a time capsule in my basement marked "do not open until .0093" I had no idea what that meant so I cracked that shit open. What I found I used as my so called "music" project.

For the music of Official Cookie Taster which is a somber and quirky step away from, but only next to Swellzombie. It has a much cuter name though.

Zoon. The legends tell of a time when a cello was found in a room. In that room a young madman took to it with vigor and passion. Learning only what the cello would teach him.

Collaborative music of Pangaea is some of the most profound wild animal recordings that anyone has ever captured in live improvisational settings.
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