Lots of new prints, art books, combo deals, and mooooooore!!
Hey there! It’s been a while since I’ve been able to square away time for a big site update, but I was just a guest on the comics podcast, CANNED AIR (The episode will post later tonight) while I was talking about all the stuff I’ve been up to I touched on the website- and of course that meant I needed to update it!
If you heard about me from my ramblings on Canned Air, WELCOME! Thanks for checking my work! I had a great time chatting with the guys on the show and hopefully I sounded somewhat coherent. I did forget to mention several things I wanted to, so I’ll need to be doing a few more posts on here to cover for it!
For the moment, check out the Canned Air Merch Shop, proceeds from shop purchases go to support the podcast, so see about picking up a shirt or something!
Next weekend I’ll be a guest at Famous Monsters Convention Dallas!
I’ll be in Artists Alley, booth A107!
The FM folks put on a great show and I’m super excited to be part of this one!
Head over to the site for all the info: www.famousmonstersconvention.com!
I just updated my current list of shows on my CONVENTION CALENDAR!
It’s shaping up to be a BUSY year and I’m sure I’ll be adding a few more in the
next month or two. Keep checking back for booth info and new additions!
Here’s the quick list of what I have coming up in the next couple of weeks:
Famous Monsters Convention – Booth: A107
Sheraton Dallas Hotel – 400 N Olive St, Dallas, TX 75201
HeroesCon – (More info to come!)
Charlotte Convention Center – 501 S. College St, Charlotte, NC 28202
A late post of fond memories of Bernie- late mostly because I haven’t really wanted to sit down and let it all sink in, as It’s still an incredibly hard thing to wrap my head around. Condolences to his friends and family, especially Liz, who I realize I don’t think I’ve ever actually said a proper greeting to on account of being so nervous about talking to Bernie -but she was always very kind as I was bumbling about their table.
I’ve been torn up the past few days about what I could do that would have any kind of impact. I was inspired yesterday by those who had taken up wearing safety pins and sharing #safetypin to voice their support as allies to anyone who feels unsafe.
I created this design as I felt I needed a louder voice, something I could wear or carry with me that would be visible from across a room that says, “I will do my best to provide a safe space to anyone who is in need- I will not stand idly by while acts of hate are being committed- I am here to make a difference.”
100% of sales of this design will be donated to the ACLU
Use code FREESHIP01efe0 for free shipping on all orders over $45 US / $80 International.
I’ve also been updating all my profile pics to the image below, you are free to use it as well.