Monthly Archives: March 2011

Puppet Makers #3

‘ DC Digital just released the third issue of Puppet Makers, wherein our young cleric investigates the dark secrets of the court. It’s available for digital download for 99 cents here

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SXSW, I love you

God, what an amazing, sun filled, barbecue stuffed three days in Austin. SXSW, I love you, and I only regret leaving you so soon. Btw, seeing one’s crazed octopus illustration on the arms of fifty thousand people is quite a … Continue reading

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SXSW Plans

This is my third year at SXSW. The ipad-infested dorkfest of barbecue and joy takes over Austin every March, and this year, I’m happy to be super involved. Here’s where to find me: * Social Media Is Science Fiction Sunday … Continue reading

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SXSW Big Bag Art

Every year at SXSW, attendees get a Big Bag for each festival they attend. The bags groan with flyers, swag, energy drinks and invites to open bars. This year, I got to design the Big Bag for SXSW Interactive. Word … Continue reading

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