For the last few months, me and Kim Boekbinder have been collaberating with fabulous Aussie animator Jim Batt to make an animated music video for Kim’s song “The Organ Donor’s March.” Tomorrow, we’re letting you guys peek in on our … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: April 2010
Getty shot me at for the Gen-Art sponsored premier of MTV’s “Hired,” Hair gigantism by Amber Ray Accouterments. Shoulder bling courtesy of Barbie at Chinashop and a thrift store in Austin. Dress: American Apparel.
Aussie art mag Kingbrown did a 6 page feature of me, including photos of my favorite studio items. You can buy an issue here- they have these lust-worthy screenprinted brown wrappers that are worth the price alone.
I’m selling another original illustration. You can now buy the art I did for Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab’s Carnaval Diabolique over on my etsy. . Ink on bristol board. 13″ x 19.” A mere $300 GET IT HERE
In 2009, me, Joe Wos and Nicola Black worked together on a special CD for SketchyCon attendees. Combining my art, Nicola’s sleek design, and the filthiest songs Joe could procure, it’s a total winner. Nicola’s selling a limited quantity. BUY … Continue reading
I’m really proud that the free speech heroes at the Comic Book Legal Defense Fend chose me as one of the creators to feature on their website. CBLDF is an incredible charity that tirelessly battles for artistic freedom in American … Continue reading
Geek radio site Action Room interviews me on comics, ambition and high school ostracism while I’m tipsy on champagne. Watch for cameos by my collaborations Kim Boekbinder and Jim Batt
Every time I’m in LA, I always spare an hour to wield my pencil for SketchTheatre. Housed in the Gnomen animator’s training camp, Sketchtheatre produces music videos of artists rocking the most basic of implements. Check out my third video … Continue reading
It’s for sale! You can snag a signed copy of the poem print I did for Neil Gaiman off of my Etsy A matte, archival, 10″ x 21″ limited edition art print based on Neil Gaiman’s poem “A Desert Wind.” … Continue reading
Neil Gaiman twitpiced himself with me and Nicola Black‘s Neverwear poster today. Neil for the win!
Craig Yoe, who could qualify as “The Indiana Jones is comics” has resurrected Dan DeCarlo’s red-headed future-vixen Jetta. Three rare 1950s sexy Jetta comic books are collected in one large full-color hardback volume, and paired with pinups by 37 artists. … Continue reading
One of my new years resolutions has been to make big work. Really big work. My first stab in this direction was an 11 foot mural I made for one of the legendary Gemini and Scorpio’s underground parties. Print and … Continue reading
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab is a notorious for their creative, delicious scents. In October, we worked together on The District, a charity perfume line to benefit Habitat for Humanity NOLA. Last month, they asked me to do the art for … Continue reading
Factum, a wonderful site of Argentine comics, used my painting of April Flores as the cover for their April issue.
When I was 7 years old, I fell in love with the cool girl at camp. She was 14, with a shaved head, an ankh necklace, and a copy of The Sandman. Neil Gaiman has been my favorite author ever … Continue reading
In 1965, the world was introduced to Max’s Kansas City, a social club and melting pot for the creative world’s most talented and revolutionary personalities. Considered the birthplace of punk, the space was also where some of rock’s most raw … Continue reading
Molly Crabapple is an artist, journalist, and author of the memoir, Drawing Blood. Called "An emblem of the way art can break out of the gilded gallery" by the New Republic, she has drawn in and reported from Guantanamo Bay, Abu Dhabi's migrant labor camps, and in Syria, Lebanon, Gaza, the West Bank, and Iraqi Kurdistan. Crabapple is a contributing editor for VICE, and has written for publications including The New York Times, Paris Review, and Vanity Fair. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
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