Tomorrow’s kind of an important day for me, and I’m freaking out a little bit. At 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 26, I’m presenting an hour-long discussion on digital art at the Scranton Public Library as part of their ongoing Maker Monday series. In my discussion, I’ll be explaining everything from concept to final product […]
My Top 14 Favorite Napkins of 2014
There are plenty of ways to reflect on a year, but as someone who draws every day of the school year I thought I’d share some of my favorite #napkinart pieces from 2014. For those unaware, I draw my kids’ favorite characters (sometimes of all time, sometimes of that very momenty) for their school lunches. […]
A call to friends and art lovers
For the last several months, I’ve been able to make a dedicated effort to creating new graphics works with the hope of expanding my portfolio and audience. This site, Facebook, and various online shops have all achieved part of that goal. Now, you have a chance to help. If you live in the Scranton, Pa., […]
Defeating evil of one kind or another
Chalk this one up to bedtime stories and video games.
Kind, undeserved words of geek worship
It’s amazing to be able to share a love of all things geek with people on the Internet who I’ve never met in person.
Case in point: Leslie Stewart.
Leslie was kind enough to feature me in her “12 Days of Christmas” giveaway last December and to retweet some of my nonsense on Twitter from time to time.
PRESS: Weekender previews pop culture exhibit
My good friend and former staff writer at my “real” job, Rich Howells, is editor of the Weekender, an arts and entertainment magazine based in Wilkes-Barre that covers the regional arts scene. His writer, Bill Thomas, put out this piece in the paper’s June 5 edition about “As Seen on TV,” which opens tomorrow.
Street cred – Now listed on NEPA Blogs!
A fellow Twitter-holic, Michelle Hryvnak Davies, was kind enough to add me to the list of bloggers from NEPA on the website she helps administer, nepablogs.blogspot.com.