Tuesday, December 11, 2012

New Website and blog!

Now you can find me on Cargo Collective and Tumblr! I'll be updating at both of these sites more often than I update here. I'm also on Behance and LinkedIn.

Social media is such a blessing and a curse isn't it?

I refuse to get a twitter and I'm sticking by that.

Monday, August 27, 2012

The King is Dead

2 layer screen printed accordion book based on the album "The King is Dead" by the Decemberists

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Tales of Blood and Roses

Final version for the cover! Hooray!

I'm currently working on a project for issue #4 of a zine called Tales of Blood and Roses. It's mostly literary, and filled with a mix of sexy and supernatural poetry and prose. This is the sketch and color study phase for me. I should have the final inked version up in the next few weeks.
You can find more information about the zine here: http://www.talesofbloodandroses.com/

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Zombie Postcards


So I made 32 of these as a set of postcards to send out to publishers or art directors. I've got a list I've been compiling and after I find out how I want to package them envelope-wise (I'm thinking a black sleek paper of some sort, hand made envelopes) I'm going to send them out and see what happens. The top image is the final print, the bottom left is how it was designed on the computer, the middle is an example of a few prints I made on rough brown sketch paper (which I kind of like more in some ways) and then the last is the back of the card. Measures approximately 8"x4 1/2".

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

King of Trash

"If you go home with somebody, and they don't have books, don't fuck 'em!"
-John Waters

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Twin Peaks

My first screen print ever. 4 layers, 11x14, edition of 12. 

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Baby Boomer

You know what everyone should go out and do? Go out and find a pen pal, because they are fabulous and give you something tangible and meaningful to look forward to every 2 weeks or so. I received a letter from my pen pal with a bunch of photos of one child's life from the 50's that he bought at a salvation army for whatever reason. I kind of got a sense of this kid with a very serious face and large ears. He was clearly raised in a very religious environment (which I immediately related to) and had pretty loving parents (also relatable), but there was something kind of sinister about the photographs. It was probably just due to underexposure but it definitely got my mind going. I don't generally make comics but I have been reading a lot of classic graphic black and white comics and graphic novels as of late... I think I'd like to do more of this, but I could never do it professionally.