Monthly Archives: May 2011
For the next day, Thwipster is selling a 51 page digital sketchbook of my work (including quite a few never before seen evil bits of ink. Click through above to buy it.
Friend/phenomenon Gala Darling recently got a major profile on NZTV. They were kind enough to give me a cameo. Check out Gala’s site for pink, lovely writing and subversive sparkles.
Client: Vermillion Heir. Design: Neon Hive Octopus Bag + Seahorse umbrelly FTW
Drawn in January at Angouleme Comics Festival
Gaga of the Ephesians has to be one of my most popular images, proving that the internet does truly belong to cats and Stephanie Germanotta You can now BUY IT as a limited edition print, 8.5 x 11, signed and … Continue reading
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (comics’ amazing free speech charity) is auctioning off this giant, 8-foot-tall ink monster I created at Stumptown Comics Fest. Please check out this writeup, spread the word, and bid to help protect free speech … Continue reading
I’m taking part in a panel discussion this Saturday on women, muses, and paintings. Expect me to talk alot about my favorite, Manet’s Olympia, which is all confrontation in a pearly pink package. My panel goes from 4:30-5:30. Hope to … Continue reading
New York Magazine recently invited a bunch of artists and designers to envision Lady Gaga’s newest look for their article “Hypothetical Gaga.” Here I drew her swathed in the heads of her previous incarnations. Check out the work of the … Continue reading
Voi-fucking-la. My poster for the Tor Project/The Electronic Frontier Foundation, with raccoons, mice, tentacles and the intrawebs. Full/readable copy (and actual print poster) will be released soon by the Electronic Frontier Foundation original poster, actual size
From April 25-29, I took part in the PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature, one of the world’s most prestigious literary festivals. Devoted to helping writers in countries that are not particularly friendly to writers, PEN is chaired by … Continue reading
So, now that the art martyrdom of last week is over, I can show you what I did in Portland two weeks ago. Stumptown, the legendary indie festival, brought me out to Portland in the middle of April. While there, … Continue reading