May 31, 2014

The Male Gaze

Because the hashtag #YesAllWomen is trending, finding this scene at a thrift store was all too fitting.

 art history // "the male gaze"

May 27, 2014

Batman Series prints available now

Hello friends,

Hope everybody had a good Memorial Day weekend - I am really slacking when it comes to updating my blog regularly, there is just too much to do!

The opening was really fun, the place got really packed at 8pm - and there were lots of sales!  Art buyers are special people, aren't they?

Finished making some really glorious ink jet prints (if I do say so myself - because it was SUCH a pain and required lots of Epson technical paroozal) but totally worth it because they are so beautiful…

Prints are 8.5"x11" inkjet on archival Epson art paper, matte

$25.00 each or

2 for $40 // 3 for $50 // 4 for $60 // 5 for $75

Here's what the full print looks like : 

May 21, 2014

Batman art show tonight

What are you doing Friday night?

You should come to Friendly Neighborhood Comics in Bellingham and check out this awesome Batman-themed art show!!

FNC is doing their first pop up gallery in the store, it's going to be pretty sweet~


75 Years of Dark Knights!

Celebrate 75 years of Batman with over 20 artists' interpretations of Bob Kane and Bill Finger’s legendary creation as well as his infamous Rogue's Gallery. 


Friendly Neighborhood Comics
191 Mechanic St, Bellingham, MA 02019
(508) 966-2275     {MAP} 


Art on view from May 23rd - end of June

auction to follow in July

Artists include:
Ramona Fradon (Batman, Aquaman)
Christos Gage (yep, the writer) (Buffy, The Hulk)
Tim Bradstreet (Punisher, Vertigo)
Bob McCleod (DC, Marvel)
a limited edition Berni Wrightson print
Mark Grammel (Kolchak the Night Stalker, Moonstone)
Lindsay Small-Butera (Baman Piderman)
Veronica Fish (Pirates of Mars)
Andy Fish (Dracula)
Nicole Gustafsson
Bianca deBadelaben
Derek Ring
and lots more!

May 14, 2014

Report from Brimfield

Andy, myself and our friend Jim went to the big Brimfield Antique Fair this Tuesday, and it was such a party!

We've been so many times now I think at some point I'll do a guide about it…

I know where all the good bathrooms are after all, hehe
Anyway, took lots and lots of reference shots for the comics I'm working on right now, super helpful.  Had been looking for a light field jacket for the spring and wouldn't you know it, first tent we go in (yellow and white stripey one in the front) BAM find a jacket.  AW YEAH.  Good omens….

I bought some gorgeous white coral from this seller - couldn't decide which kind - they were all so lovely!  In 2008 I passed up some white coral from a antique fair in Des Moines, IA - so it was great to find it here in abundance and for less.

Jim bought an amazing space-kid book and some vintage ice cream shoppe die cuts for his garage (he makes amaaaaazing and legendary home-made ice cream!)

for goodness' sake

love vintage containers…

my dream studio drawers.  For all my works on paper and art supplies


May 11, 2014

Johnny Sokko / Giant Robo

recent commission

I love working on J's commissions because all of his requests are so awesome.
Here's some footage of the Johnny Socko (or Sokko?) TV show, the original 60s Japanese version being called simply "Giant Robo" ジャイアントロボー

These American/Italian appropriates of Japanese shows and properties really make me laugh, not just with the terrible dubbing, but the complete lack of accreditation for the original Japanese creators.  

They don't list the original producers, actors, designers or crew in some versions or they push the names to the very end, all the while sticking in their own production credits right in front!  Sillybillies.

Anyway, super fun - thanks, J!

May 7, 2014

Sailor Moon 20th Anniversary prints

In celebration of Sailor Moon's 20th anniversary
I'm releasing a limited run of just 20 prints for $20 ea!

Can you see the gold embossing?  

It's on the crown, her forehead, earrings and Luna's moon :)