Like it or not, here come the holidays. In my neck of the woods the weather has turned out to be something of a winter wonderland. By “wonderland” I mean squishing about in perma-moist socks with an aching snow-back, knee-deep in salty slush and choking on unleaded snow bl
Allow me to direct your attention to Art Jumble, a blog that features a collective of artists who given with a weekly theme to illustrate. I find the different perspectives both entertaining and inspiring, and can appreciate the challenges presented. The site promotes drawing for the
Last month I posted a quick sketch of a little fella that I like to call Party Zombie. Here he is in full color. Can’t you just feel his mirth? This is my first illustration completed using a Wacom tablet. It’s a little different than most of my work, mainly because I avoi
Folks in Connecticut, specifically the New Haven area, are lucky enough to have Fuel, a neighborhood coffee shop owned by and staffed with great people. Fuel serves all of the fare you’d expect from a coffee shop, as well as vegetarian edibles. All of Fuel’s offerings are
There was a short period in my life when I attempted to practice vegetarianism. It didn’t stick. During that time, I was often haunted by the ghosts of bacon past. I’ve been far happier since bacon and I were reunited.Earlier this week I was thrilled to find Skulls and Bac
A few weeks back I mentioned Mickey Feio, a Brazilian blog that encourages readers to submit ugly interpretations of Mickey Mouse. It looks like they’ve added a fresh selection of ugly mice along with my old man Mickey. Muito obrigado senhores.
It’s fascinating how one can operate on autopilot. Doodling while on the telephone. The unconscious proceeds with its own agenda while the conscious is occupied. The doodle below is something I scribbled in ballpoint pen while sitting in a coffee shop with my focus barely on the