Saturday, April 28, 2012

Dr. Bruce Banner, Physicist

This is a piece for a benefit and gallery show for Kerry Talbott, my former art school teacher at VCU. Kerry was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2010. He’s in good condition right now, but he was left with pretty huge medical bills. The benefit is this Monday, April 30 at Ghostprint Gallery in Richmond VA. All the pieces in the show will be silently auctioned off throughout the night with 100% of proceeds going to Kerry. There will be prints of Dr. Bruce Banner, Physicist at the show, so come out and pick up for a great cause.

Art Auction and Benefit/Party for Kerry Talbott
Ghostprint Gallery
220 W. Broad St., Richmond, VA 23220

Saturday, April 21, 2012

The Sacrifice for Harry

Comic artist (and my fellow housemate) Julia Scott is putting together a Harry Potter zine and she asked me to contribute. I've yet to read the books but I am in love with all the movies.

A defining moment in the Harry Potter lore is when Harry is orphaned at the hands of "He Who Must Not Be Named," and receives his iconic scar.

I'm also a huge Batman fan. Like Bruce Wayne, Harry Potter's parents were murdered when he was very young. I threw a little nod to Bruce's parents' murder with the broken pearl necklace on Harry's mom.

Julia will have copies of this zine with her at the MOCCA Festival this year, so if you see her there, don't be afraid to get yourself one.

Julia's blog

Friday, April 20, 2012

A cast of characters for a work-in-progress graphic novel. See more work here.

Figure drawings from last night at the studio. This was after happy hour at a local fancy restaurant with the rest of the studio mates. These are in no order of inebriation.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Some Iranian Women Are Training To Be Ninjas

Sunday, April 1, 2012


This is my piece for the Pokemon Battle Royale for Light Grey Art Lab in St. Paul, Minnesota opening April 20th 7-9pm. Ditto can turn into any other Pokemon it encounters, but what happens when it encounters humans? I found the possibilities to be incredibly disturbing.

8 x 8 Prints at the show: $40 each (including the print displayed for the gallery)

If you can't make it out to the show, Light Grey Art Lab will also have prints available for purchase on an online shop for the duration of the show. If you still miss out on getting one, you can email me after May 11th, when the show is over to purchase one through me.