Thursday, April 28, 2016

24 Hour Delivery Zine

I while back I submitted a drawing to the 24 Hour Delivery zine.  Chris Hamer (Urbnpop) puts it out and gives an idea/theme that artists have 24 hours to respond and it's compiled and printed.  The theme for this one was Wizard of Doom.  Here was my submission.

I thought it turned out well especially with the tight turnaround time.  Since it was a black & white zine with a short deadline I didn't bother to do any color.  I plan on going back and coloring it in and making a real print out of it.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Inman Park Festival 4/30 - 5/1

I will be a vendor at this coming weekend's Inman Park Festival.  I will be set up all weekend April 30 and May 1, 2016 (Noon – 6:00pm)!   I hope to be in the same spot as last year (on Edgewood just down the street from the MARTA station) but won't know officially where I am until Saturday morning.  Once I know where I am I'll be posting info on my Facebook page and Twitter so keep an eye out for updates.  Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Signed Lando Print

Someone recently bought one of my Lando / Colt45 prints and had Billy Dee Williams sign it.  He was nice enough to send me a photo of the signed print.  Here it is.  

"It works every time".

Monday, April 18, 2016

New Work! Mutant Narwhal in a Fishbowl

Here's a relatively new piece that's a mutant narwhal hanging out in a fishbowl.  It's in the same vein as my other cartoony 1-eyed mutant animals.  I've got it as a print mounted on canvas and working on it as a new woodcut.

Monday, April 11, 2016

ICE Salvage 2016 - Swag Bag Design

Super excited that the Indie Craft Experience (ICE) asked me to design their swag bag for the 2016 Salvage show.  The 1st 100 people through the door get a FREE swag bag filled with stuff from the vendors.  And this year they will have my design on them.  

Hope you make it out.  It's Saturday April 17th.  Here is the facebook event page:

Monday, April 4, 2016

New Work! Star Wars Atlanta Woodcuts

I recently did a couple of Star Wars themed take offs of the state/heart design.  You can see the Atlanta and Auburn versions HERE.  I decided to make the Atlanta version as a 3D woodcut.  They are approximately 1' tall and ready to hang.  Here are some progress photos.