12:07 pm 48 notes
Missed last week’s Art Attack? Here it is featuring Phil McAndrew!
1:44 am 1,668 notes
Hello, tumblr. Click the image above for a peek at one of the new short comics that’ll be in my upcoming book. I colored it for online internet website viewing (The original is painted with gray inkwashes, which is how it will be printed in the book).
Outside of my kickstarter backers, this is the first real glimpse at new comics I’ve offered in about a year.
12:25 am 26 notes
I painted this SIX years ago, back in college, before I started messing around with watercolors.
I somehow managed to trick the folks at MAD Magazine into paying me to draw another comic. Should be in the next issue, #516, available towards the end of June or so I’m told.
9:33 am 26 notes
TOP SECRET 24 HOUR SALE
For the next
24 hours6 HOURS all print orders from the store on my website will get some free goodies stuffed in with their order. Free goodies could be any (or all!?) of the following:
- FREE MINI COMICS
- FREE LIMITED EDITION CLOUDY COLLECTION SCREEN PRINTS
- FREE TINY PAINTINGS.
ONLY SIX HOURS LEFT! TELL NO ONE!
10:26 am 32 notes
I painted an artichoke for my girlfriend’s birthday. She’s really into artichokes. Happy birthday, Rachel!
Oh! Also! My piece for the Dr. Seuss tribute show at Gallery Nucleus is now available for purchase through the gallery’s website.
1:59 am 226 notes
Gift for a friend, painted in 2010.
11:08 am 180 notes
Doodle from a few years ago that ended up in one of my Feral Pizza mini comics.
9:10 am 33 notes
I was lucky enough to be asked to contribute to an upcoming show at Gallery Nucleus, Look At This, Look At That: A Tribute to Dr. Seuss. My contribution, up above, was inspired by the great Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?
As I’m sure is the case with literally millions of people, Dr. Seuss has a special place in my heart. I have very distinct memories of laying on the floor and reading Dr. Seuss books with my dad as he taught me how to read. My brothers and I used to play Hop On Pop for real and I spent a lot of time obsessively drawing imaginary creatures after reading If I Ran The Zoo (I still have my extremely tattered copy here on the shelf next to my desk). And of course the illustrations of Seuss have had a huge impact on me throughout my life. When I moved to San Diego a little over a year ago, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that this was the city that Dr. Seuss called home (after having been here for a while I can’t help but see the influence of this area’s bizarre landscapes in his work).
I’m not yet sure if I’ll be able to make it up to L.A. for the opening, but you should definitely go!
11:44 am 51 notes
Sunny Spot (2.5” x 2.5”)
12:08 pm 32 notes
KING OF THE SIDEWALK
(2.5” x 2.5”).