What RHG Productions is

R.H.G. Productions is an art/music/game production company started by Ethan Cyr, with his the help of other artists and friends, mainly Caleb Kuball, Isaac Auslander and Carlos Lavezzari.
You can contact us for commissions, or just fun, at RHGproductions@gmail.com

Friday, December 11, 2015

Block of Art Episode 3, Duncan Powell

Episode 3 is now live on Blocks of Art, talking with Duncan Powell

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Site Was Down

Sorry about that, we need to renew our ownership of the domain, should get to that soon. In the mean time we are back to our blogger address. More importantly though, Block of Art has launched.
Blocks of Art is an RHG podcast about artists in New York City hosted by Kevin Galvez. The first two episodes are up, go give them a listen.

Friday, September 18, 2015


Herban is a comedy we series created by our very own Grey Hoodie. It was discontinued due to one of the cast members moving away from New York. This is what most of this past summer ended up being committed too. The first two, and start of the third episodes are available to watch 

Also you can be on the look out for a new project we have started, a podcast interviewing young artists around New York City.

Monday, May 11, 2015

Monday, May 4, 2015

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Game Design Section

Hello all. So as some may have noticed I, Ethan Cyr, have not been posting here as much as I used to. This is mostly due to me being in college, working on becoming a game designer/artist. I have, for a class assignment been maintaining a blog on another site about the game I have been designing. I am planning on transitioning this blog from Board Game Geek to here, so as to keep all in the loop on my current game design work. I will be adding a section that you can check to see the status of games I am working on, and possibly play some. The game I have spent this past semester working on is a board game called Dungeon Hunt: Medusa's Lair, and I should have a link up soon for anyone who wants to download the game pieces so that they can play it. I feel that game design is a new and powerful outlit for artistic creativity and I hope that all of you who somehow give us those couple hundred views per month enjoy!
You can view my past blog posts about Dungeon Hunt Medusa's Lair here:

-Red Hoodie

Friday, March 6, 2015

Its a tree

Oxy-Tree by Caleb Kuball

disclaimer: Hey folks, I know all my art lately has been drug themed but its not because i'm a raving drug fiend, my school has me making all my art this year under a unifying theme and I chose addiction as a sort of nod to my father. Air cleared? Swell.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Global Game Jam 2015

Just a small note, Rainbow Hoodie Gangs very own Ethan Cyr participated in this years Global Game Jam functioning as one of the head game designers on a four player 2D platformer called Climb. You can view it and find the link to play it here: http://globalgamejam.org/2015/games/climb

Thursday, July 17, 2014


Hey everyone! We are proud to announce that we are hosting our FIRST event, Rainbow Hoodiefest. It will be mainly a musical show with some comedy sprinkled here and there, as well as other art pieces by contributing members of RHG. Tickets are 8$ the event is listed below. Hope to see you there! RAINBOW HOODIEFEST

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Stan Stanielson

These are just a handful of pictures from my current project named Stan Stanielson. Stan is an android inhabiting a dress form I purchased for five dollars off of a guy in Tompkins Square Park. The screen will soon be showing Stan's face rather then the basic RaspBerry Pi screen that it currently has. As of now it is still in the early Alpha stage of its existence. The end goal is for Stan to have something close to an AI and be able to move its arm and to be able to move around of its own accord. 

Stan in their full glory
The detached arm with no hand. The hand will soon have sensors that allow stan to react to someone touching it.

A bad pic of the RaspBerry Pi screen that will soon be replaced with a pair of eyes.

from behind

Stan currently stands on a dolly. I plan to attach a motor to each side with wheels allowing Stan controlled movement 
The Raspberry Pi that Stans mind will soon reside in

- Red Hoodie