He released a book in 2001 called Devil's Advocate: The Art of Coop.
His latest book, Idle Hands, was published in 2012 by Baby Tattoo Books, and focuses on his fine art, dating from 2001 to 2012.
17th to early 19th-century furniture, ceramics, silver, American and European painters. A traveling exhibition for arts organizations, colleges and universities, libraries, schools, banks or businesses.
Coop is an avid hot rod enthusiast and well-known amongst the Kustom Kulture community.
He makes an annual appearance at the Mooneyes Xmas party.
The design has subtle abstract references to the existing buildings through its materials, scale and form.
The building is organised around a central gallery that extends down its length and opens to a view of the fields and sea beyond.Sandy Rendel was the Associate responsible for the project.A selection of new double portraits by David Hockney (b.1937) are on display at the National Portrait Gallery until 29 June 2003.Coop (real name Chris Cooper) is a hot rod artist working from Los Angeles.He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1968, and describes his occupation as "Insensitive Artiste." His work consists primarily of barely clothed Bettie Page-style 1950s soft pornography and B-movie monsters, with the female characters often taking the role of "Devil-Women".Inspired by century’s old tradition, Heritage Irish Crystal is authentically mouth-blown and hand-cut in Waterford City Ireland, a city steeped in the history of this fine art dating back to 1783.