Friday, October 31, 2008

Bird O'Lanterns

From Rachel Sanford:

Andrea Jones (carver) and Samuel J. Struckhoff (photo-taker):

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

So Wizard!

I got a little mention in Wizard, the Guide to Comics #206:

Monday, October 27, 2008

The Magazine of Gary Burghoff

I have an illustration in the newest (and, wtf, possibly last ever) print issue of RADAR, for an article on the de-volution of the leading man, from Cary Grant to Seth Rogen. I feel a little bad, since the point is that Seth Rogen is a big fat slob, but I saw him in real life a few weeks ago and he is actually quite trim and svelte.

Here is Rock Hudson, and you can see the other portraits by finding a RADAR with Shannon Doherty on the cover and turning to page 42:

Thursday, October 23, 2008

I love you, Grizz. I love you, Dot Com.

They put the 30 Rock third season premiere online right here a week before it'll be on TV. Watch the other episodes they have too, because it is a very good and hilarious program. It's sort of like Arrested Development, but 20% less plot-dense and 10% more sitcomy. And for some reason it makes me really wish I'd moved to New York.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008


"The arts are more dangerous [than other professions] because they require sensitivity to a large extent," he said. "If you go too far you can pay a price -- you can be too sensitive to live in this world."

Not to belittle his point which he belittled through hyperbole, but the illustration should be a bunch of artists leaving earth on a spaceship. Punch it, Jasper Johns!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

November 7th, Philadelphia

One of the gallery founders is Jon Halperin, friend, generous benefactor to contemporary art, and owner of an enormous John Tesh. Delivering the painting to his home was like stepping into the tomb of an ancient Egyptian pharaoh who'd chosen to be buried in an issue of Juxtapoz.

So I'm betting it'll be a lasting space with a lot of strong shows. I think for this first one I'll be sending them Spidey.