To put it simply, “Everyday Ends,” is a show about death. But instead of focusing on the obvious iconography of the subject, Irvin Guzman — a first-timer solo artist and goes by his nickname ‘Tofu’ — creates his own. In designing a landscape of grim, but colorful wastelands, of deadly but approachable demons, Guzman develops scenes and characters that would inhabit death as at dimension — as opposed to as a physical state of being.
Guzman's technique with graphite is astounding, and the first stop into a list of incredibly well executed mediums. From two dimensional hyper detailed surreal drawings to articulated sculptures, and then experiential spaces (did you see the face dome outside?).