Monday, November 24, 2014
Post It Kittens! 1:21 PM
I've been invited to participate in the Giant Robot Post-it Show which is awesome. I finished these three famous, going to hell in a hand basket, rock n' roll Kittens this afternoon inspired from this silkscreen poster I did earlier this year. I wish I could go to the show cause it sounds awesome!
If you're in L.A. please check it out! all post-its are only $25 bucks from the most famous artists to the ones like me!
POST IT SHOW EIGHT
December 8-16, 2012
Over 260 Artists!
Over 2000 Post Its!
Cash & Carry
Saturday, December 8, 2012
6:00 - 10:00 PM
2062 Sawtelle Boulevard
Los Angeles CA 90025
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Lightening Roy 3:03 PM
I started this comic a while ago but it kind of lost direction and I set it down until I could figure out what was going wrong. I knew I wanted to do a non-fiction comic about Roy Cleveland Sullivan, a guy who was struck by lightening seven times. My first attempt was becoming either too didactic or way more interested in drawing a guy getting struck by lightening over and over and over, which, I'm not gonna lie, was one of my early motivations (he did survive every strike!) I want to take a broader look at this subject this time- figure out all the elements that are at play. Wish me luck. I want to have it out for MoCCA 2015
Friday, November 7, 2014
CAB! 4:53 PM
Ready or not. CAB- Comic Arts Brooklyn is tomorrow and I'll be exhibiting my prints, comics, and other things that I've been making! All that cool stuff pictured above! Come check it out! I'll be at table U39!
The festival FREE! and has so many awesome artists and stuff you'll be doing yourself a diservice if you don't attend let alone you'll be totally be letting me down! :)
November 8th + 9th 2014
at Mt. Carmel church and additional locations 11 AM to 7 PM
Labels: CAB- Comics Art Brooklyn
Thursday, November 6, 2014
SVA MFA 30th Anniversary! 9:02 AM
A couple of days ago I attended the alumni opening of SVA MFA Illustration as the Visual Essay 30th anniversary show and to say the least it was both humbling and awesome to see such a display of stunning work covering every aspect of illustration, comics, and things that are created.
Attending and graduating from that program has made me friends for life and I can say with out a doubt that my career as an illustrator and cartoonist would not have been the same.
They also had a case dedicated to my publication- the Rabid Rabbit Comic Anthology!
The public opening will be on the November 11th. Check it out well worth it!