Monday, May 25, 2015


I completed this image of the Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder back in December for my buddy Paul to give as a Christmas present. This was the second attempt at capturing him.
   Prints of this piece are available now at Society 6.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Rosemary's Home for Monstrous Children

I've done a poor job of updating, yet again, but have been keeping busy of late.

 I recently completed a new project that I had been whittling away at and self-published the new book, Rosemary's Home for Monstrous Children, in time for MOCCA and TCAF. The book is designed to mimic an antiquated Victorian Era catalogue of youngsters available for adoption. These youngsters all have similarities to several famous horror characters and monsters from classic cinema. I was able to complete 28 in all before I had to call it quits, but it was a fun project.
   The book is available for purchase at my new store here.

I've also updated my site recently with new work and new pages including one for the Lesser-Known Mammals book I created 2 years ago which is also available online at the link above.

Please check out my new site here if you haven't:

Happy Spring!

Monday, February 9, 2015

Beck , Morning Phase

In light of the recent Grammy win, here's the Beck portrait I created last year as a promo piece.

High quality prints are available at my Society 6 store here.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Nikhil P. Yerawadekar // Low Mentality vinyl release

My pal Nikhil P. Yerawadekar commissioned me to create the artwork for his band's, Low Mentality, vinyl 45 release a few months back and now the pressing is here and obtainable!
     You just have to go here to have a look and grab your very own copy.

Another drawing I created for the band a while back is visible on their website's homepage over here:

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Wolf Mask

I created this wolf mask back in October for Halloween times. It's more of a visor than a mask. It really took me out of my comfort zone and I was lost when I began cutting up the cardboard which composes the mask, but eventually I found my way and figured out the construction, so it was very fun- a puzzle to figure out.
   It's made of cardboard and hot glue and painted in acrylic.