Thursday, December 17, 2009

Portland rules.

Thanks to everyone who came down for the opening! Thanks to Upper Playground, Fifty 24PDX, all the artists, and Bradley Delay for inviting me to be in the show. Also, HUGE thanks to all who helped me out, and for giving me a couch to surf on! CHEERS!

If you missed it, check out the encore reception...
Thursday, January 7th, 2010 from 6pm-9pm
Featuring beverages from Red Hook and music from Skinny Miracles

Fifty 24PDX Gallery/Upper Playground
23 NW 5th Ave.
Portland OR, 97209
Fifty 24PDX Gallery
Upper Playground

Friday, November 27, 2009

Pioneers - Portland Group Show.

Upper Playground in Association with FIFTY 24PDX Gallery present:

“Pioneers” The Portland Group Show

FIFTY 24PDX Gallery presents to you a group show for the months of December and January featuring some of the best visual artists Portland has to offer. “Pioneers” will feature a diverse body of work from some of Portland's biggest names. While these talented artists vary in style, medium and message, the common thread that binds them together is the City of Roses.

“Pioneers” runs December 3rd-January 31st 2009.

An opening reception for “Pioneers” will be held
Thursday, December 3rd, 2009 from 6pm-9pm
Featuring beverages from Red Hook and music from DJ Mr. Mumu

An encore reception will be held
Thursday, January 7th, 2010 from 6pm-9pm
Featuring beverages from Red Hook and music from Skinny Miracles

Fifty 24PDX Gallery/Upper Playground
23 NW 5th Ave.
Portland OR, 97209
Fifty 24PDX Gallery
Upper Playground

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Royal Flush Book Six!

Hey everyone,
It's been a while since my last post, but that doesn't mean I've been slacking.

I recently had the privilege of collaborating with Josh Bernstein (aka Bootsy Rizzak) on an illustration for the "New Blood" page in the latest Royal Flush Book 6. I feel truly honored to have been able to contribute to such an amazing publication who's pages are graced with the hard work of so many great art heros of mine. This book is not only funny, smart and informative, but it's jammed with top-notch art work from cover to cover!

Just in time for the holiday... GET YOUR COPY HERE!!!

Easily the best Royal Flush book to date by a landslide, Book Six boasts an exclusive cover story with Playboy's Hugh Hefner, including first-time-seen comics he drew over 60 years ago.

But that's not all! there's even more!
With killer interviews with and articles on Joan Jett, Ted Nugent, Basil Gogos, Leslie Nielsen, Hispanic Batman, Alice Cooper, Harvey Pekar, Jack Kirby, Frank Zappa, Dethklok, Jim Gaffigan, Brian Posehn, Jeffrey Ross, Danny Trejo, Jenna Jameson and 112 pages of comics, commentary and calamity!

The def-defying Hugh Hefner cover portrait was exquisitely painted by Robin Eley. The eye-gouging Joan Jett cover was illustrated by Bootsy Rizzak.

In honor of Mr. Hefner we have included 2 Bonus fold-out centerfolds. Each featuring sexy ladies, famed underground artists Paul Pope & Brian Ewing went to town on these two posters that will adorn your walls for years.

Speaking of amazing art and talented folk, This book also features the work of so many talents, it's shocking!!

Here’s a sneak peek: K3N Adams, Angryblue, Aaron Augenblick, Josh Bernstein, Florian Bertmer, Bryan G. Brown, Chris Caniano, Steve Chanks, Cojo, Harlan P. Cress, Ryan Dunlavey, Robin Eley, Brent Engstrom, Brian Ewing, Jason Goad, Basil Gogos, Danny Hellman, Woodrow J. Hinton, Seldon Hunt, David Kennedy, Adam Kidder, Peter Kuper, Jeph LaChance, Jesse Lefkowitz, Sara Antoinette Martin, Brett Marting, Mark McCormick, Patrick McQuade, Jan Meininghaus, Jeff Newelt, Harvey Pekar, Jesse Philips, Paul Pope, John Pound, Frank Powers, Gary Pullin, Erik Rodriguez, Adam Roth, Steve Ruvolo, Rob Schwager, Scrojo, Pat Sentman, Brendan Small, Stainboy, Adam Swinbourne, Adam Turman, Sean Pryor and Rick Veitch!

Here's a preview of the "New Blood" page I contributed...


Wednesday, June 17, 2009

I Want Your Skull - Issue Seven.


At long last, I Want Your Skull #7 is released! This one features a killer wrap-around cover by Brian Morris ( and includes a fantastic new, serigraph art print by Drew Millward (

And it wouldn’t be I Want Your Skull if we didn’t talk to a few of the creators impacting the world of skeleture expression. This time around it’s cranial designer Dan Springer ( and screen-printed poster pioneer and old school ripper, Lindsey Kuhn (

As a special treat, we’ve included a reprinted interview with the legendary original guitarist of the Misfits- Franche’ Coma, featuring brand new illustrations by Mark McCormick (

If that wasn’t enough, 34 full page artist pages grace the inside pages. It’s a whose who if super talented creators working in a variety of styles from all over the world, and all dedicated to the SKULL! Included: Cassandra Warren, Glyn Smyth, Shawn Hebrank, Geordan Moore, Rhys Cooper, Tallboy, Ashley McMullen, Albie Rock, Peter Nevins, Jason Goad, Brian Ewing, Budai, Murdoch Stafford, Jeral Tidwell, Franx, Ryan August, Dzgnbio, Horrorwood, Konnik, Jazun, Anville, Droid, Mike Sutfin, Jon MDC, Gregg Gordon, Sean Tidy, James Flames, Kenn TwoFour, Jess Guercia, Jeremi Rimel, Mike Fisher, Surge, Mictron and Joe Bonham.

The whole thing comes packed in a custom printed envelope with a logo designed by lettering genius, Henry “Loco” Contreras.

Limited to 250 copies, hand-numbered and packaged with care.


Check out past issues of I Want Your Skull here!

Thursday, May 21, 2009

I Want Your Skull - Franche Coma Interview.

Some illustrations for the next I Want Your Skull zine. These will be used for an interview with Misfits' Static Age Guitarist, Franche Coma. Ryan August conducted the interview and put the layout together, and it looks awesome! Check out the I Want Your Skull website for updates on when the next issue
will be available. Get the previous issues here.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Los Angeles Murderfest 5 - May 9-10.

Finished up my first poster collab with Maximum Fluoride. The fest is coming up this weekend. If you are in L.A. this should not be missed. Los Angeles Murderfest 5

Posters will be printed by
Monolith Press, and they will be available at the show.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

3-Color Skull Print - $50

I printed these in Portland last August for the Feast Your Eyes art show. Now available here. 3-Colors hand-printed on 22x22" black Stonehenge. Thirteen in the edition. Shipping is included.

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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Diesto - Isle Of Marauder Write Up

I found this blurb in an old Portland Mercury from about a year ago. Nice description of the album cover art. Thanks!


That was a rad show too. Some of Portland's finest playing at the best venue there, Ground Kontrol.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

YOB - AP Posters - $50

While printing these posters I decided at the last minute to try a few with a split-fountain/fade in the green. They look awesome and there are ONLY 20!
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Friday, February 27, 2009

YOB - Full Color Poster - $35

These posters are screen printed at 25x15", 3-colors, signed and numbered (69 prints in this edition). I only have a few of these since the band received the majority of the edition and sold out their stack at the show. There is a 20 pc. AP edition that will be available soon....

Sold Out.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

YOB Reunites! - Sat Feb 28 in Portland, OR

Just completed the B&W version of this YOB poster. I'll have a color version posted soon...

No advance tix. Just show up early and prepare for DOOM.
Brothers of the Sonic Cloth (Tad!)
Iommi Stubbs
Ash Street Saloon - Portland, OR
Sat Feb 28 9pm, 21+, $10

Monday, February 2, 2009

Black Elk - Crucial Blast Shirts

These have been available for a while, but this is my first post about them here. Only $15! Click on the image to buy one from Crucial Blast Records​.

A handfull of these posters are still for sale


Monday, January 26, 2009

Feast Your Eyes - Opening Night Photos

I finished compiling all the photos I could find from the FEAST YOUR EYES art opening last September. Here are a few...





HUGE THANKS to Kate Hoffman, Andy Stern, Homey, Nate Carson, Mike Sutfin, all the artists, the fans, and the nerds who stopped by to check out our stuff! It was a great show.


Monday, January 19, 2009