Thursday, August 26, 2010
I will be at Baltimore Comi-Con this weekend, at booth 1904 (Adhouse Books). I'll have my usual assortments of books, prints, and artwork as well as copies of my Ignatz-nominated Rambo mini-comic and a new book of commissions and other drawings.
Pittsburgh gets its very own Indy Comics show (PIX) - October 16 + 17. Brought to you by the fine folks at the Toonseum and the Copacetic Comics Company! Add this to your calendars folks - admission is FREE! Tables for exhibitors are inexpensive. Please check it out, and pass it along to anyone you think might be interested! Thanks.
Saturday, August 14, 2010
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Legendary St. Louis comic shop, the Star Clipper has posted some recommended graphic novels to read after you've enjoyed Scott Pilgrim. Street Angel clocks in at a respectable number 2.
Meanwhile, over at Comics Comics, you can see a poorly-scripted imitation of Evan Dorkin's Milk & Cheese duking it out with a poorly-drawn imitation of Neal Adams' Batman. Here are the original pencils:
Finally, Multiversity Comics: Off the Cape column reviews Afrodisiac: "If you're looking for one of the best characters in comics in recent memory as well as a book that acts as a grand tribute to years upon years of pop culture (not just comic pop culture), this book is definitely for you."
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
I designed some postcards for a release party for EA's Skate 3 a couple months ago in LA.
This was an unused design that I kind of liked:
And here are some of the roughs I initially submitted. I like the diagram of the skater with the body parts labeled as cuts of meat:
Thursday, August 5, 2010
I recently did a series of illustrations for a Smirnoff event in Toronto called Graphic. Here is a link to a more detailed description and photos from the event:
It was a very enjoyable job that included an invitation, map, projected images (that changed throughout the night depending on what was happening at the party), and large blown up prints of my drawings: