I’ve got a lot of love in my heart for Mega Man (Rockman to you purists) and a dream of hoverboards in 2015 that can’t be sustained. Long story short, this mashup was kind of inevitable.
It was Taryn’s birthday. So, what did her classmates want?
Some classmates will pester your kid to bring in snacks on their birthday. My daughter’s classmates? Well, they wanted napkins.
Taryn had the unenviable task of getting down all of the requests from her classmates, and some were easier to fulfill than others.
Napkin Art vs. NapkinArt: A Series for Each Child
What’s good for the goose is good for the gander, right? I think that works in this case. Regardless, I figured the differentiation between my two Napkin Art titles on DeviantArt was overdue. You see, it was easy to keep track of napkins when I was simply drawing them for one kid, but when my […]
Tragic Hero – An Almost Complete Logo Design
It’s funny. After months of working on this design with a rudimentary color palette, I got kind of attached to the black and blue version I had created. The idea of adding color made me a bit nervous at first – kind of like a new ending revealed to your favorite movie or learning that […]
Do a Barrel Roll (Star Fox / Donkey Kong parody)
“Space. It seems to go on forever. But then you get to the end and the gorilla starts throwin’ barrels at you.” Well, maybe that’s the wrong reference, but you get my drift. I had seen a few of these Donkey Kong spoofs done well in the past, but the obvious one never revealed itself […]
Krebstar Comics Group Presents ARTIE: The Strongest Man… In the World!
“How do you know the summer is really and truly over?… For me, the way I know the summer’s a goner is when my brother Pete and Artie, the strongest man in the world, go to the beach and try to beat up the ocean. They’re not crazy, just angry – angry that the summer has to end.”
Little Viking and Strong Man: A ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ / ‘Pete and Pete’ parody
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 […]
The beginning of a brewery
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.
“You have to use a light touch”
“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 […]
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.
Major League Bernsball
All the fun of the jazzed-up version of America’s pastime without the pesky mandatory steroid injections or seventh inning grope!
President Pops: Hail to the Chiefs, Baby!
Hail to the chief! These bite-sized bits of goodness are perfect for stuffing in your blowhole. Just don’t shove one in your nose – it might require a megablast of static electricity to get it out. Get yours today – now with President Obama marshmallow pieces!