Yesterday, I posted a quick doodle of my take on Frankenstein’s monster. In an effort to practice my dance moves on the Wacom tablet, I scanned the doodle and painted over it in Photoshop. I’m not too unhappy with the end result. I believe I was able to successfully de-Bus
Today, like most days, I got to thinking about Frankenstein’s monster. Specifically, I began to consider the differences between Mary Shelley’s description of the monster and the Boris Karloff version that has been burned into the retinas of popular culture. Don’t ge
The Sugar Frosted Goodness: Ad Boy challenge results have been announced, and I am honored to be one of three winners with my Dolphin in a Can illustration. The contest was judged by Warren Dotz, a pop culture historian, and the prize is a fresh copy of his shiny new book, Ad Boy: Vin
Here’s one more for the Sugar Frosted Goodness: Ad Boy challenge (see my two previous posts). The “tuna safe” canned dolphin idea is one I’ve had rattling around for some time. It fits into my belief that we humans have a conscience when it concerns cute or sma
My second submission to the SFG Ad Boy challenge. Originally, Grimace was called “Evil Grimace”. He had four arms and made a habit of stealing people’s milkshakes. What happened to the other two arms? My guess is he lost them to diabetes.
This week, Sugar Frosted Goodness is offering up a challenge with the chance to win a prize. The theme is Vintage Advertising Characters, and all submissions will be judged by Warren Dotz, whose favorite will be awarded a copy of his new book, Ad Boy: Vintage Advertising with Characte
Two local videosmiths, EM Schrader and JL Sonic, have just completed the ambitious task of producing a documentary about the Connecticut punk/new wave scene from 1978 to 1988 called It Happened But Nobody Noticed. I’m honored to have been asked to illustrate the movie’s of