Happy to say this anti Trump poster design entitled He Says What I’m Thinking, has been granted a prestigious American Illustration 36 award. The original idea was created as a protest sign on display at The Nib art gallery in Philadelphia during the 2016 Democratic Convention. The posters were displayed in the gallery and hit the streets during […]
I have been a busy, little beaver with comics and design and illustration and workshops and conference andandand… Doing this, doing that. Doing all sorts of this, that and the other thing over the last year. TBH, I’ve mostly been wasting my life on Twitter. I haven’t had time to throw very much up on the blog. […]
It’s FRIIIIIIIDAAAAAAAY MOFOS! But not for you. A new I Drew This Thing on Illustration Age. Massive thanks to Thomas James for bringing the sadness back. If this is you or someone you know, check out my Society6 page for more merchandise of sad realities.
New illustration, new style, new technique for City Arts Magazine on the new (ish) idea and new broadcast voices of Low Power FM Radio. See it in all it’s glory hitched to the article by Brett Hamil here. Or find a copy in the Greater Seattle area. Oh yeah, you can follow me on […]
I did this lovely Year End Review cover illustration for The Nib over on Medium, with loads of human garbage including gamer gate, police shootings, Putin, Chris Christie, Isis, Cosby, Ice Bucket challengers and more. Proud to be associated with some great cartoonists on this article, who as far as I can tell are not […]
Here’s a screen grab detail of a thing I wrote and drew on the Detroit Water Cutoff story for Matt Bors over at The Nib on Medium. Follow the link for the whole story.
I finally made the Society pages. Here’s a pic of me and my good friend, the amazing illustrator/designer/author, Mike Curato and my collage drawing at the opening reception for the Society of Illustrators 56 show. Great to meet so many people I know and admire, and to have my work hang in this historic gallery. […]
I need eyeballs on these Truck Nutz! Click and head over to see the entire Tea Party future for the National Mall.