Tuesday, October 25, 2011

This one takes the cake!

Ok, so this post isnt the most serious of all posts, but figured I would share since it's super cute. My momz and stepfather just celebrated their respective birthdays with me and my sister, and we made them this cake. Now, I know that people make insane cakes with fondant that look like pretty much anything. COOL good for them. I'm not trying to be the cake boss. They win. I was just trying to give the cake a little character, so i drew a quick lil cat face with the frosting. They loved it. And so will you OR HELP ME GOD.

Monday, September 19, 2011



The dude who wrote/directed Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Tobe Hooper, recently wrote a book about a movie he wrote but never actually directed. They needed a Grindhouse style movie poster for the viral campaign and I was lucky enough to get the gig. The coolest thing about this all is seeing this online as the official poster.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Watercolor Sketchbook

So I bought a small watercolor sketchbook so I can do quick little studies of things. This is the first one. It's a tomato. Not a peach. The paints I ended up using werent the highest of quality, but I think it's ok for what I want to get out of these. I got my mom one of the books too and we both painted this tomato. She thinks mine was better, but hers was pretty good too.

Sunday, March 13, 2011


By creating a purrfectly pawesome save the date for my great friends Dan and Heather. It was requirement that their cats were on it. Therefore, their cats are on it. It was a pleasure and an honor to be able to provide my artwork for their wedding. Can't wait for the actual celebration. In the meantime, lets all enjoy this illustration.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Valentine's Day

I believe I have crafted the perfect Valentine's Day gift. I was sitting on my couch watching romantic comedy after romantic comedy trying to conjure up the perfect idea. My first thoughts of chocolates, a teddy bear, and balloons was highly original but I was afraid that the recipient(s) wouldn't 'get it'. The idea was just too arbitraty. It needed the pitch, the anchor, the solid component that would tie it all together. And then it hit me. Every woman, in this world, wants...The Biebs. Feel free to print this and give it to your loved one today. Just make sure to share your story in my comments section. :)

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Georgia O'Keeffe

Ladies and gents, I am so pleased to announce that I have finally completed a new painting. It has been roughly 2 and half years. It was partially me being burnt out from mass producing paintings of boobs, and taking a job for the white man, leaving me with little to no time to do anything. Well, let's say I finally started to miss painting, and forced myself to do one. Here is a portrait of Georgia O'Keeffe. I ended up doing this and giving it to my uncle as a thanks to a recent visit to the Brooklyn Museum, where her work left us both inspired.

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Bridges to Jupiter

Many a month ago I was contacted by the uber famous band, Wheatus, and asked to provide the artwork for a twenty page comic book to accompany the release of their latest EP. The 20 page comic is a companion piece to one of the EPs songs. To view this masterpiece in its entirety, please go to Wheatus.com and donate 5 dollars for their EP. You receive a pdf of the comic with your download. I must say it is totally worth it. I mean...the comic alone is worth the price, and the music is pretty sweet too.