There are plenty of characters to choose to draw on napkins from Cartoon Network’s Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. I’ve only done six thus far, Eduardo, Frankie, Wilt Michaels, Bowling Paul, Ivan and Bloo.
Adventure Time napkins can be found with frequency while perusing all of my Napkin Art. I’ve even featured some of the characters for mashups. Here is a sampling of the Adventure Time Napkins.
My kids thoroughly enjoyed Rise of the Guardians. Thus all of the Guardians made an appearance on Napkins.
Celebrate the oddball spirit that shaped and warped our collective childhoods with this unique combination of “Calvin and Hobbes” and “The Adventures of Pete and Pete.” Whether it’s building macabre snowmen or fighting the ocean to protest the end of summer, it’s important to find a good friend. Buy the shirt now at my society6 […]
I’m fortunate that I’ve been able to keep touch with friends that I made in elementary school. I’m even luckier to have them appreciate my design work and put special projects for their loved ones in my hands.
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.
“Bender, being God isn’t easy. If you do too much, people get dependent on you. And if you do nothing, they lose hope. You have to use a light touch, like a safecracker or a pickpocket.” Indeed, when you do things right, people won’t be sure you’ve done anything at all. This piece was inspired […]
With a little bit of inspiration from the “Fallout” series of games, I drafted this logo for the Marzano Hospitality Group as a freelance assignment with its web design team at Spectyr Media.
It’s been almost 12 hours since the end of the opening reception for the “As Seen on TV” exhibit opening at New Visions Studio and Gallery in Scranton.
The show is a celebration of great moments in the television shows and video games we loved as kids, along with a few callouts to the movies that we came to love as adults.
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.