Thursday, February 23, 2012

swallow antlers

I had pitched this idea to The Suppliers originally for an album cover, they went with something else, but I liked the idea enough to execute it as a personal piece.

Listen to one of my favorite Antlers songs below:

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Monday, February 13, 2012

the suppliers

I've been working on some artwork for my good friends, and awesome band, The Suppliers. This is the image that ran alongside their recent interview with BeatRoute Magazine, but also serves as kind of a teaser for what their album artwork may look like.

It's a great interview and you can read it online here or check out Erin A. Burke's article in the RockPile section of BeatRoute on newsstands.

Also make sure to check out all the songs The Suppliers have available for your listening pleasure on their myspace, plus visit their Facebook page. You should also come join me tomorrow (Feb.14th) at Broken City where they will be playing, 4 other bands will be playing as well.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

a-mac and paul david "horizon ep" cover art

Not too long ago I created the cover art for A-Mac and Paul David's "Horizon EP" (above).

It found it's release yesterday, off Burner Records, these moombahton joints are sure to make your winter feel like summer, so make sure to cop the EP. Also available is A-Mac's promo mix for The Horizon EP, it's free so definitely download the mix below.

Earlier on the week the Horizon EP (and album art) was featured on blogosphere heavy weight Gotta Dance Dirty, who can much more eloquently describe the music at hand so give it a read, and follow the ETC!ETC! Horizon remix link.

You can also download the Starfoxxx remix for O-Wey here.

A-Mac is set to play the Mad Decent show at this years SXSW and was recently featured in Freq Magazine. Watch him DJ at Hi-Fi on Friday nights.

new comic & february freq magazine

In February's issue of Freq Magazine I contributed the above comic, which may become an ongoing thing. I tried to have it deal with relationships as the February issue of a magazine is also the Valentines issue of a magazine. I was asked to do a comic or illustration for the back so I decided to use that opportunity to try something a bit different for me. I wanted to try my hand at drawing some single panel comics and see if I could do some that are just straight black and white (New Yorker style). And I wanted to work with some gnarly animated characters within the panel, which I am going to try and push further in next month's panel.

It takes up the back inner page of the issue, so go grab one off newsstands or inside select BeatRoute Magazines.

If you pick up an issue of Freq, you can also give my review of the new Moka Only and Evil collaborative project "ZZBRA" a read. Check out one of their tracks below, "Green".

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

juno nomination

The Mother Mother music video "The Stand", which I animated for, is 1 of 5 nominated music videos under the category "Video Of The Year" at the 2012 Juno Awards! Really excited about this!

Look at the other nominations on the Juno site here.

You can read more about the video on my old blog post here (from about a year ago).

And you can watch the video below!

Saturday, February 4, 2012


Here's the February illustration for BeatRoute's monthly sex column "Keepin' It Sleazy" with your regional sexpert EZ-Breezy. The topic was losing your V-Card, and one fortunate Star Trek fan got theirs pulled while in full Trekkie uniform. Read more here or pick up an issue around town.

pin up

Here was my piece that displayed at Untitled Art Society's Satellite Gallery last week at their pin up show. My piece sold at the show, but a couple extras were printed as well. If anyone is interested in purchasing one you can contact me.

The show had a diverse body of work on display, and it was really great to see how all the artists tackled the idea of the "Pin Up".

Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the artists!

Here is your post related song:


An illustration for the February issue of BeatRoute Magazine, you can read the article about stripper culture here by Andrea Llewellyn or pick it up around town.