Sunday, November 28, 2010
Zombie Terrors, an Anthology of the Undead is a 184 pgs, COLOR anthology featuring not only those beloved undead rascals but this impressive list of artists: Frank Forte, Tim Vigil, Szymon Kudranski, Robert S. Rhine, Royal McGraw, Nenad Gucunja, Steve Mannion, Adauto Silva, Dwayne Harris, David Hartman, Doug Williams and Craig Wilson
Again go here for previews, and while you're at it be sure to check out Asylum Press other offerings, there are lots of great books packed with twisted fun.
Monday, November 15, 2010
Sunday, September 12, 2010
I'm part of a zine called Voida Voida that my wild brit pal Zeke Clough edited, and there's also an exhibit of prints from the book in Berlin right now, here's the basic info:
exhibition at Le Petit Mignon28 artists from across the planet fill the void in their own unique ways
August 27th - September 22nd
Le Petit Mignon (Staalplaat store), Flughafenstr. 38,
Metro U8 Boddinstr. / U7 Rathaus Neukölln
Tu - Sa 14:00/19:00
Here's one of my drawings (the zine is coffin shaped!)
Check out the amazing line up:
crippaXXXalmqvist-Paul O’ Connell-Zeke Clough-Laura O-Mathieu Desjardins-Noemi Barsolle-Lili Zerriss Konishchev-Terri Affleck-Chris Mostyn-Gaiihin Guin-Gareth Howls-Fufu Frauenwahl-Dennis Fuchs-Sean Aaberg-Sean Duffield-Dominic Beattie-Guillaume Soulatges-Zven Balslev-Jarvis Maul-Uland-Judy Goreland-Sylvain Gérand-Andre Lemos-Tony Burhouse-Aeron Alfrey-Marc Van Elburg
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Sunday, August 01, 2010
Sunday, June 20, 2010
I like this character so much that i'm constantly tempted to draw a 500 pages book about him, but i always realize that a million pages pages wouldn't never do better by him that this one single panel. Sometimes Less is Morbid.
The original of this drawing sold at the Funny (Not Funny) show along with the one i posted here, (ask about my originals, i'm cheap!) it was a great show, and now you can buy the catalog, softcover, 56 pages, full color, 8.5 x 8.5 inches, includes an essay on Black Humor and statements by all the artists, here's the complete list: Ivan Brunetti, Chris Cilla, Sue Coe, Lisa Hanawalt, Glenn Head, Tim Hensley, Ian Huebert, Ben Katchor, Michael Kupperman, Mats!?, Daniel Maw, Taylor McKimens, Travis Millard, Tom Neely, Mark Newgarden, Jonathon Rosen, David Sandlin, Rob Sato and Jon Vermilyea, all the artwork was shot directly from the originals so you get to see every gritty detail -like the glued on text on the drawing above- highly recommended.
$14.95 + shipping, you can get it at the webstore of Editor/Curator/Art Powerhouse Ryan Standfest here, or search for it on Amazon & eBay.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Monday, April 05, 2010
Click on the title to read "Swamp Creature vs The Horde of Skeletons"
And don't forget to visit Joe's Blog for more information, reviews and many samples from all the great cartoonists on the book!
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Saturday, January 30, 2010
I'm part of this fantastic show in Detroit called FUNNY (not funny) where you can see the original of the above drawing, here's the press release:
FUNNY (not funny)
Recent Comic Art Exhibiting Signs of Black Humor
Curated by Ryan Standfest
January 22 – February 26, 2010
Reception: Friday, January 22nd, 6 – 9pm
The University of Michigan Work : Detroit Gallery
3663 Woodward / Suite 150
Detroit, MI 48230
The "FUNNY (not funny)" exhibition seeks to elicit uncomfortable laughter in the realm of black humor-- a place where the serious and the taboo are fodder for comic provocation. Artists in numerous media have long sought to overturn convention and challenge what is funny with what is not as a means of producing humor out of the unlikeliest of situations. Work by the twenty artists that will be on view in “FUNNY (not funny)”, demonstrates that cartooning is keeping the tradition of black humor alive and flourishing. The very form of the comics page itself is as relevant a vehicle as ever, freed from so many of the commercial restrictions placed on other art forms, to effectively deliver potent images and narratives that carry with them a very immediate and accurate measure of the absurdity of our age. A catalog of the exhibition is forthcoming.
you can see more photos of the show here