In case anybody's interested, I finally got around to making myself a proper website. There's probably a bunch of stuff on there you haven't seen, especially on the Illustration side of things.
I also posted up bunch of full Comics to read, like this classic cautionary tale / math comic starring my pal Jason Shiga, and this dusty old chestnut from the long-out of print Impossible #1 zine. There's some juicy stuff in the Prints section too, as I reveal how different (usually worse, sometimes better!) my silkscreens look than the original art.
Anyway, feel free to poke around and let me know what you think, what links are broken, etc. Thanks everybody!
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Friday, September 21, 2007
Cross-post with the St. Louis Drawing Club, where I have a tendency to drink an alternating regimen of coffee and beer and do weird gross-out drawings thinly attached to the night's theme. I basically always take the theme and somehow make a hot rod out of it. Last night: moustaches.
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Thursday, September 20, 2007
Ms. Missouri Nursing Homes 2007
Here's a little illustration (ink and wash on bristol, 10" x 12") I did for the RiverFront Times in honor of Ms. Sylvia Brickman Slone, who was named Ms. Missouri Healthcare Association at the annual pageant. Congratulations Ms. Brickman Slone!
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Friday, September 14, 2007
Pedal to the Metal
Another in my series of Mysterious Cyclists seen cruising through Maplewood, this kindly fella was seen toolin' past my studio a while back. I wish I would've seen him on the way back -- I bet he filled that basket up with some good stuff.Here's to cool Fall weather, my beautiful neighborhood and neighbors, and to starting a brand new sketchbook!
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