Thursday, January 26, 2012

the cat's bollocks.

Tiny 5"x7" two colour linoleum cut.
in other news I now also have a Tumblr and you can follow me on the Twitter @robotic_arms.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

"Fatuous Fears" preview

SO, this is a preview of the first panel to a comic I am currently working on.  I came up with the concept and did the sketch for it like a year ago and never did anything with it.  Since I recently was scolded by someone for not having done any new comics, I decided to resurrect "Machines Made of Meat" with a super detailed photoshop painted comic.  This panel isn't even finished yet, nor are the other three, but it's going to take a bit to get done.  ANYWAY enough rambling.

Peace out.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Check it!

Mike Pennekamp and I got our picture in Eleven Magazine from back when we did the Cherokee Street Print Fair.  Pretty cool eh? Don't answer that.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Hyena. 80/183.

And on the 6th day Nick Francel created animals! (again)

read "6th" allegorically.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Christopher Hitchens sketch.

So I am considering doing a series of portraits of people I like and that inspire me, but I'm not sure if I'm going to do it yet, so I decided to get back into drawing people from images. Thus, I did this quick sketch of Christopher Hitchens, it took almost an hour but it was so small I had trouble adding more to it. Yeah, whatever, just a sketch for a future project, maybe.

Yes, the eye is a little wonky.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Every Thing Will Be Okay.

Alright so it has been ALMOST a year since I posted a preview of my pinocchio print and it has appeared at numerous shows and print fairs since then but I never got the final image photographed properly so TADA! 24" x 12", woodcut with india ink wash. Bam!

Sunday, January 1, 2012

They Don't Love You Like I Love You.

SO, I did this block about 6 months ago as part of a printing/show, up in Milwaukee, WI, at Redline, to which I was invited by my friend Jenie Gao . However I did it in such a short period of time, and it stressed me out so much, after I finished, I just wanted to forget about it. Anyway, I only recently got the edition finished (edition of 13 for super conceptual reasons) and just got it photographed.

Enjoy. Or don't.
30" x 20" block printed on 34" x 25" lenox paper. One of the first woodcuts I've done on plywood in FOREVER. Which reminded me how awesome MDF is.