Friday, November 18, 2011

Them Good Genes

I'd like to think I come from a long line of talented people.....well I would like to believe that. -_-
One thing I do know, is that one of the most talented and inspiring persons I know, just happens to be my big sister Denise A.K.A Pearmama.  She recently designed some pretty awesome scarves that just scream Bad-Ass-ery!
these 100% Pashmina scarves come in a variety of colors 

Perfect for the Cold Seasons ahead!

Punk Rock Sugar really, does it get any better??

 Take a look for yourself and visit her personal blog at or her Etsy store for even more amazing work, not to mention her hilarious commentary on life, love, family and all around craziness.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Father Forgive Me

For I have created some pretty awesome hand-painted Rosaries. Check these bad boys out.
Each Rosary is hand painted with a lot of love
(and patience....lost of patience -_-) hah

oh look a pile of 'em

Did I mention I have Rosaries for sale?? Contact me for your very own personalized custom hand painted Rosary  :)

Thursday, November 10, 2011

BoifromIpanema Art

Hand painted Frida Kahlo doll.

My Dia de los Muertos Bride and Groom Barbie doll. It was tough to part with these two but I can always paint more just like it...I guess?

Sadly, I didn't get a  finished pic of my first-ever Chola Barbie. She had tattoos on her neck, suspenders, a bad ass bandanna, GIANT  hoop earrings and black rubber bracelets...she was pertty rad.
Close up Indian Henna inspired Dia De Los Muertos Barb.

Spider web eyes.

Each face is painted differently.

I designed four of the six sugar skull designs featured on these wood costers.

Pearmama (my sister) candles--all featuring her original artwork (I just did all the grunt work of  putting the images on the candles--you're welcome sister <3--)

The beginning.
I'm in my box, ready to find a cool new home.


Blonde Barbie gets some Day of the Dead flavor.

Hand-painted rosaries!

The studio, filled with some good stuff.


An assortment of dolls, including a soldier doll to the left.

Dig this Rasta-colored Barbie doll.

Black Swan inspired.

Close up, so beautiful!

Hand-painted masks by Sacred Art.

My Day of the Dead face paint turned out sweet, right?

Me and my two sisters.

11/2/2011, Dia de los Muertos,  CA


With the el catrin and la catrina.


If you like any of the artwork you see, you can contact Jeshua (that's me *winks awkwardly*) at
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