30 June 2011

If you should see one of these in Cafe Nervosa...

I was recently contacted by the Seattle Stranger regarding the use of a recent print I did for the cover of the June 29th-July 5th issue. Check it. Thanks to Logan for snapping this high quality photo of the print. You can see the cover on the Stranger's website here.

27 June 2011

I've been calling her "Krandal!"

Oh, hi! I'm slicing up a cucumber with a box cutter and dipping it into hummus. Real classy, eh? Above is a freshly printed stack of Ween posters that I signed and shipped out this morning. They've begun their journey to Bend, Oregon for Ween's show at Les Schwab Amphitheater. Fun fact: for the past twenty-something years, I've been pronouncing the word, "amphitheater" with an L instead of that first H ("amplitheater"). I only recently learned the correct spelling and pronunciation of that word. It's kind of embarrassing, actually. Good thing I just posted it on the internet.

11 June 2011

Expect Rain, Have Gin.

Here's something I'm working on right now (amidst about a dozen other somethings I'm working on). I kind of want to do a painted version of this, too. True story.

10 June 2011

"Camp Firewood" Opens Tonight at Gallery 1988 Venice

Camp Firewood, Celebrating the Tenth Anniversary of Wet Hot American Summer opens tonight at Gallery 1988 Venice. Above is my contribution to the show: a five color screen print referencing the scene where the character Victor crashes a van into a tree while singing Kenny Loggins.
I believe the work from this show will be available shortly on Gallery 1988's website. I will have the print for sale in the coming weeks, as well. I'll be here in rainy Chicago, but if you're in the area, the reception's tonight at Gallery 1988's Venice branch.
Opening Reception Friday, June 10th, 7-10PM Hosted by director / co-writer David Wain

Lots of new stuff on the way. It might seem kind of quiet right now, but I've been putting in all kinds of hours on new drawings for gig posters and new paintings for a show in September. More on that very soon!

04 June 2011

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

It's 1:13 AM in Chicago, and I've been drawing for about fourteen hours. I am just about to leave the studio and ride my bike back to my apartment. I hope it didn't rain. Above is my messy light table with some ink studies and part of a drawing I'm working on for a gigposter.