Wednesday, June 19, 2013

John's Roast Pork and King of Jeans - Limited Prints

Available Now! Limited Edition prints of King Of Jeans & John's Roast Pork. 11" x 14" printed by the fine gentlemen at Awesome Dudes Printing. 40 of each when they're gone, they're gone. 

25 bucks a pop plus shipping (or not if you are local, I can probably drop off) here:
Also some new hot dog stuff and gigposters in the store. 

Monday, June 17, 2013

Black Flag for Philadelphia Poster Guild

Poster for tonight's Black Flag show at Union Transfer. A warbly copy of  First Four Years dubbed over an old Trixter cassette pretty much got me through 10th grade. These are pretty damn big at 19" x 24" and only $20 for sale at the show tonight or at the PPG online store

Philadelphia Poster Guild is an awesome project run by Illustrator & Musician Rodger Binyone, check out the past & future posters here and be sure to follow them on Facebook.  Also huge thanks to Awesome Dudes Printing for a killer printing job.

Friday, June 14, 2013

Gorilla Biscuits / Start Today for "Covers Covered"

For a show of artists' versions of classic album covers, curated by Philly cartoonist / illustrator Box Brown at Record Lady, a great new (vinyl only!) record store in Fishtown. 

After shooting down some  ridiculous ideas (Franco-Japanese anime-basketball-core supergroup ROTNS?) I settled on drawing something I actually like.... I've put this album on many, many times to pump myself up to get to work and do something with my life.. and after all these years it still works. 

If you're like me and missed the opening because it was pouring.. the show is up at Record Lady all month... with lots of other great stuff from Box, Josh Bayer, Rodger Binyone (of Phila Poster Guild), Pat Aulisio and a bunch of other Philly and non-Philly artists & cartoonists. Good stuff.

Record Lady
2557 Amber St (At Frankford Ave)

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Vanifest Destiny

Logo for a new Willamette Week column about a dude that lives in his van. He recently quit his crappy coffeeshop job in Ohio, bought a van, drove it to Portland, and is going to live in it all summer. 

They went with a slightly different logo w/ solid lettering. The column is going to appear 2 or 3 times a week on the website with highlights in the paper. You might roll your eyes at "coffeeshop guy living in a van in Portland" but hell he's really doing it, and I'm definitely excited to check it out every week. 

Also it was just kind of awesome to have an excuse to draw metal lettering and Uncle Rico vans.