The Nib Magazine has been shortlisted for the 2018 Stack Awards. Stack Magazines identified inspiring, global, independent magazines published between October 2017 and September 2018. To be recognized for these prestigious international publishing and design awards for the premier issue is an amazing feat. It is also a fitting tribute to the vision and hard work of Nib […]
Cover of one of my new mailers These Drawmark People mailers are hot…OK…lukewarm off the press. I designed four new mailers on four separate areas of my expertise, people, collage, Trump and a catch-all category which outlines some of the other things I do. This is the cover for the people mailer, where I showcase […]
As mentioned in a previous post I’m The Nib Magazine designer. So, for your viewing pleasure, here are the first two covers I worked on featuring the artwork of Oliver Hibert and Jillian Tamaki. As a result of a successful Kickstarter campaign, the first issue is on press at this very moment, and is being readied […]
Yes, the Drawmark blog has been sitting dormant for a while. I tend to say this a great deal. Mostly because I’m both lazy and busy at the same time. This time out is was all about the busy. Since my last post we’ve settled into our new home and studio in Las Vegas and […]
Say it. Don’t Spray it. Here’s a new Trump Peemoji I created for The Nib. This and dozens of other political and cultural Nibmojis are FREE! These stickers make great additions to your texts and tweets. You have the best words, but sometimes we’re all left speechless by President Trickledown and all of the chaos that surrounds him.
The Future is depressing, but so is the past. Especially when it comes to searching through the archives. Looking for something on my computer generally drops me firmly down the rabbit hole of things. In looking for one thing, I come across many other things that I have either forgotten about, or vaguely remember. Like this […]
Kim Davis, won’t be a Kentucky County Clerk forever, so what’s a girl to do when the grifters of the religious right like Mike Huckabee and Ted Cruz move on to their next photo op? Well, a girl has to eat, so I was wondering where else can she work and not perform her duties, because you […]
Existential story on Seattle’s storied Bumbershoot arts festival, paying way too much for Bob Dylan and other geriatric/nostalgia acts in 2010 and a coming back with newer, fresher lineup in 2014.
I’ve been on vacation and traveling for bidness. I’m going to post a few comics from the past few weeks, like this sumbitch about tired, old Bill O’Reilly and his bizarre music criticism.
Proof that Sarah Palin is a living punchline. I wrote this Syria comic last week aaaaand wait for it… this week Palin wants to Bomb Obamacare. There’s a link to the ridiculous Sarah Pac Bomb Obamacare ad somewhere on the shitfest that is Politico, but I just can’t.