Archive for June, 2015

discarded couches of portland

On this grey and rainy day…two beautiful couches. One, alone on an abandoned lot. The other near a house and covered in fur.



discarded couches of portland

Overturned, de-cushioned, gutted. This couch is only good for the buzzards now.
Discard couch 6-4-15
Found on SE 41 near Powell.


I’m late to the party, I know.

My contribution to the flood of Furiosa fan art.
Furiosa and SpongeBob
It is also my pitch for a sequel.

discarded couches of portland

From last week.
One on NE Glisan and the other SE Steele.
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jurassic world

In 1993, a movie changed my life forever. For two hours, I believed dinosaurs could once again roam the earth. It was a beautiful dream. Twenty-two years later, a sequel came along that rekindled that dream. Last Friday I saw Jurassic World. It was good. Not as good, nor as life changing, as the original. However, it was well worth the wait.

I spent the weekend reveling in my dinosaur books, making new dinosaur drawings, and generally getting back in touch with one of the great loves of my life.

Of course none of this would be complete without me making a little fan art.

discarded couches of portland

Found on NE Fremont this weekend.
It is looking for its forever home.

prints for ComicCon

Just in time for San Diego Comic-Con, I whipped up a fresh batch of prints.
When you visit me at table O-6 in Small Press, you will find these three originals.
A WPA-inspired Falling Rock poster and two variations of the Nick Offerman stamp I made last year.
I actually scanned the stamp directly, then added color in Photoshop.
See you in San Diego!



discarded couches of portland

Found this glorious mess just south of SE Stark and 28th.

discarded couches of portland

From yesterday on NE Halsey.

And a bonus couch from my friend Swati!

meet me in san diego

Next week is San Diego Comic-Con!
From July 8-12, you can find me in the Small Press Pavilion, table O-6.
Stop by, say hello, tell me about the best panel you saw.