Friday, April 22, 2011

illustration friday pick of the week

From time to time, I post images to IllustrationFriday, a website dedicated to the illustration community, where a weekly subject is posted to spur artists on to create images. This week, I’m very pleased to have one of my birds selected as the “Pick of the Week.”

And—if you’d like to take her home with you—she’s available as a signed print on my etsy shop.

Monday, April 18, 2011

american illustration 30

Excellent news received today: two images from Ornithoblogical have been selected to appear in the American Illustration 30 Annual. There were more than 7,000 pictures entered this year, but only 316 actually make it into the book. For more information about AI-AP, click here. That makes three birds (if you include me) who will be attending the AI-AP party later this fall. Woop!


Friday, April 15, 2011

the bathers

What exactly is going on here? You’ll have to pick up the April/May issue of Kiwi Magazine and find out...

(Apologies aux Messieurs C├ęzanne, Renoir et Seurat.)

Friday, April 8, 2011

MoCCA tees tease...



Here’s a sampling of my hand-painted t-shirts on sale at MoCCA this weekend (details below). Come see me at Table #i-13.

MoCCA Fest 2011 
(benefiting the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art)
Saturday, April 9th and Sunday, April 10th
11 AM – 6 PM
@ the Lexington Avenue Armory
between 25th & 26th Streets
New York City

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

MoCCA Festival 2011 - April 9th & 10th


Come on down to MoCCA Fest 2011 this weekend! (Table #i-13)

I’ll be launching three limited-edition, hand-bound books featuring art from Ornithoblogical: Bird Food, Jail Birds, and Bird House. Each includes nine full-color illustrations, and an original stab-stitch binding I’m fondly calling “bird feet.”

Also on offer will be flocks of signed bird prints, in addition to perennial book favorites such as The R. U. Fauna Department Store Catalog, and Ornithoblogical: Volume 1. And never fear—if you had your eye on a set of Gazers at last year’s festival, I have a few pairs left. Who knows? If all goes well, you might even get your hands on a one-of-a-kind, hand-painted tee. 

As in past years, I’ll be sharing a table with the fabulous Sophia Weideman, who will be launching her latest comic, the next installment of The Lettuce Girl.

MoCCA Fest 2011 
(benefiting the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art)
Saturday, April 9th and Sunday, April 10th
11 AM – 6 PM
@ the Lexington Avenue Armory
between 25th & 26th Streets
New York City