During the summer of 2019 I slaved away on my first full length comic story, about a mysterious piece of paper that keeps changing hands. And the artwork on the paper keeps changing. Where did the paper come from? Where is it going? Is it as valuable as it seems to be? What does it […]
It was a huge honor to work on this. I had the privilege of designing and producing cover art for Last Known Address the first album of Neighborhoods studio recordings in many years. I met with the guys to talk about concepts, and Dave gave me a bunch of photos for potential use. Once we […]
I had a great time exhibiting at MICE (Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo) in 2019. It was my fourth time there, but it was the first time I hung a piece of original comic art at the MICE Art Show. I made this comic for the occasion, and was pretty happy with how it came out. […]
This was a really fun project I did back in the summer of 2019, cover art design and production for Freeloader’s debut CD. We decided to go for a 1970’s K-tel look. Which was harder than you’d think. The colors, the line weight, everything had to conform to a very particular look.
I released The Last One, my sixth Small Blue Yonder collection, in April 2019. Is it really the last Small Blue Yonder book? Probably not. Or… maybe? We’ll see. Anyway, I penciled it (you can see how slapdash my pencils sometimes are, below) and inked it. Then I scanned it in and colored it in […]
It was fun creating album art for Nat Freedberg’s first solo album Better Late Than Never, which came out on the Rum Bar label late in 2018. We devised a story of sorts, where the front cover shows Nat running after a departing bus. Who’s on the bus? His guitar, as shown on the back […]
Promotional card, 12/2018
I got to design and illustrate an album cover for K7s, a new band from Spain! This is for their debut album, now out via Rum Bar Records. The band wanted a cartoon. They originally asked for a pizza/beer scenario. I suggested that we try for something a bit more unusual and submitted two sketches. […]
I admire David Craig, comic artist extraordinaire. One of Dave’s Brick comics inspired me to make this GIF.
Promotional card, 12/2017
It’s fun making those quickie sketch cards — pen and ink with black and white wash — I sell them when I table at comic festivals; good cheap impulse buy
I designed this book cover for a friend. Pretty straightforward but I like how it came out.