Last week I did a guest comic for the sprawling, online series that is ‘Spera’. I was given part 7 of the current storyline, ‘Glass Flowers’. The you can read it by clicking here or on the image below!
If you have never read Spera, I suggest you check it out! It’s a really amazing project and lots of awesome artists have contributed.
Check out this collaborative poster between Britt Hammerberg, the artist behind the long-form webcomic FAMIB, and myself. It’s a guide to cats made of bread. Don’t eat them, just observe… from a distance.
Unfortunately, I am pretty bad about making blog posts here (follow my Tumblr if you want more frequent updates), and these posters are currently all sold out. The poster probably won’t be reprinted any time in the near future, so you will have to just enjoy it online.
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New Site! New conventions! New books and projects on the horizon!
Sorry to inconvenience anyone during my site outage. I’ve recently switched hosts and the move was rather inelegant on my part. But now the site is back up and running.
As you may notice on the sidebar, I’ll be attending several new conventions this year, including the Toronto Comics Art Festival (TCAF) and the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo (CAKE). TCAF is new to me, and CAKE is new to everyone! I’m definitely looking forward to seeing Canada and expect to eat at least a pound of Tim Horton donuts. Sorry Canadians, this is pretty much all I know of your local cuisine. That and poutine.
Feel free to check out my Tumblr sketch blog as well, which has taken the place of Livejournal. I will be updating that more frequently than this site, as it serves as a repository for sketches and illustration.