My entry for the Creepy Thread book, edited by Jensine Eckwall and Peter Schmidt. I illustrated a possible outcome of One Person Hide and Seek, a rumored ritual to animate a doll and play a dangerous chasing game with it. This particular doll is wearing a swimsuit based on the first one ever available for Barbie.
This year, we are kicking off AWP with a very special collaborative event.
Join Foxing Quarterly, A Strange Object, Write Bloody Publishing, American Short Fiction, and The Austin Review at the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery for a Post-It note art show and reading.
Featuring original work (on sticky notes) by:
Alex Schubert, Alexis Ziritt, Anis Mojgani, Daniel Fishel, Daryl Seitchik, Eric Reynolds, Jaime Willems, Jen Vaughn, Jensine Eckwall, Jesse Lucas, Jim Rugg, Katie Skelly, Kevin Jay Stanton, Laura Knetzger, Leslie Hung, Liz Prince, Pat Aulisio, Paul Hornschemeier, Raul Gonzalez, Roman Muradov, Ryan Cecil Smith, Sabrina Elliott, Sean Ford, Sophia Foster Dimino, Will Dinski, Yevgeniya Mikhailik, Yumi Sakugawa, AND MORE!
Proceeds will benefit a very exciting project we’ll be announcing that night.
Plus, COMPLIMENTARY DRINKS provided by Elysian Brewing!
The event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
We hope to see you there!
A Strange Object
The Austin Review
American Short Fiction
I’ll have 5 pieces for sale at this show at the Fantagraphics Bookstore, alongside many cool artists I admire a lot. Show up, Seattle!
Comics for Dogs 3! Too big and elaborate for tumblr! Read the whole thing here.
Catch up on Comics for Dogs 1 and 2.
My entry for the Glitch Pokézine.
My monster is ? which is a glitch that occupies a Pokédex space between Celebi and Treecko. Since it originates from a jump between games I drew on the themes of: a gap, an abyss, the space opened up when a strand of DNA unzips, a mutation.
My cover for Bravest Warriors #16. “Le Petit Prince.”
On shelves now! (Or at least soon.)
Coming home late at night.
This painting is for sale until January 6th at 124 4th Ave. in Manhattan.
This painting is on display and for sale right now at 124 4th Ave in Manhattan right now.
My illustration for the Silver Screen Society. The theme was Honey I Shrunk The Kids, a movie I have still never seen.