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Comic art commissioned by software company MongoDB, for the launch of its new data backup service. These secret agents will keep your data safe and come to the rescue should you ever lose your copy… just like Maëlle and I used to do with each other’s keys.
My buddy Ian just finished this incredible sketchbook piece. (Click to zoom.) Come see it - and get it - as a print… this weekend at the Acheron, during Bushwick Open Studios!
I will be showing art and selling prints at the Acheron on June 1st and 2nd from noon to 7. All are welcome!
I designed these spacewalk socks (a Semi-Accurate Diagram of Our Solar System and Exo-Planets) for a contest by sock company Sock It To Me… and they’re one pair of 35 finalists! If you have a facebook, you can check out all the designs and cast a daily vote for your favorite here.
It’s space vs. Edgar Allen Poe vs. pizza vs. koalas.
Now that Issue #44 of World War 3 Illustrated has shipped, I can show off this one-page comic in full.
“Charlotte Charke at 300” - a collaboration with the wonderful Joel Schechter.
Go get your copy of WW3 #44, edited by Ethan Heitner and me! Or wait until the March 7th release party at the Silent Barn.
“Chelsea in the Bungalows.” Illustration for a new album by one of my roommates. Check out his music. http://ricoradio.bandcamp.com/album/creatures-of-convenience
Scratchboard! Drawn specially for the Spring ‘12 issue of INK, SVA’s student-owned comic magazine.
I had a lot of fun with this poster for a wizards-monsters-whaler rockshow. [Link]
- Call Me Ishmael is all about Moby Dick. (But it’s not metal.)
- Uncle Monsterface is your inner 10-year-old. (And a people dear to my heart.)
- Harry and the Potters is a cult.
My first colored pencil indulgence in a long time.
What happens is… if I’m going to have colored pencils, then I’m going to have pastel crayons. And if I’m going to have pastel crayons, then I’m going to water color them. And if I’m going to watercolor, Bristol says “What are you DOING to me? (buckle)”
But then it still scans alright.
Save the Date!
The release party for Issue #44 (“Being the Other”) will feature performances by cartoonists Seth Tobocman, Peter Kuper, Egyptian street artist Ganzeer, and more.
All ages welcome.