Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Exciting offerings for BALTIMORE COMIC-CON!

Just in time for Baltimore Comic-Con, I've got some of my older "classic" t-shirt designs available again! Shaun of the Dead-inspired "Red on You" and "North London Brain Eaters" are joined by the Pee Wee Herman-inspired "Loner, Rebel". Stop on by table A-111 in Artist Alley from Friday through Sunday at the Baltimore Convention Center to get yours!

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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Baltimore Comic-Con, September 5th-7th, 2014!

This coming weekend, you can find me with fellow art-nerds Dave Perillo and Ian Glaubinger at BALTIMORE COMIC-CON in ARTIST ALLEY at tables A-111 through A-113, September 5-7th! Definitely one of my favorite shows of the year, this is the first time that the BCC is a 3 day event! For more info, check out:

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Ninja Turtles Pizza Hut promotional item at San Diego Comic-Con!

I've been sitting on this project for a while, but all can finally be revealed, as Pizza Hut will make this available as part of their promotion of the new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" movie at San Diego Comic-Con. Today(7/24/14), in the Interactive Zone in Hall H, you can get a free slice of "Cheesy Bites" Pizza in a collectable box, designed by "Yours Truly"... did a write up yesterday on the promotion and the event, including how to get your free slice:

So here’s the deal. On Thursday July 24 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., do the following:
  1. Follow @TMNTMovie
  2. Tweet #PizzaHutTMNT
  3. Check your DM inbox for unique redemption code
  4. Head to Comic-Con’s Interactive Zone from 11am – 7pm to claim your slice
Pizza Hut on the Turtle team also worked together on creating a life-sized "Pizza Thrower", based on the vehicle from the classic toyline from the late 80s-early 90s, which can be experienced at the event.
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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Shaun of the Dead screening, 8/1/14 at Colonial Theatre

Anyone who knows me is aware of the passion that I have for this brilliant piece of celluloid, so when the "First Friday Fright Night" folks at the historic Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania asked if I was willing to design a poster for the 10th Anniversary screening of the film, how could I say "no"? This is a property that I've paid tribute to several times before, so coming up with a new idea was a little tougher this time. I figured, "Why not just keep it simple?" and do a straight foreward cartoon-esque representation of the protagonist?

If you're in the Philly area, come on out to the Colonial on Friday, August 1st, and join us in the fun of celebrating 10 years of the greatest "Rom Zom Com" ever...

Monday, July 14, 2014 logo & character designs

I was approached by a local company that creates valves and process control equipment. They were looking to expand into the 21st century with a new venture where they would offer their product for quick and easy purchasing on the internet, and hence was born! As a result of the name "Valveman", they were looking for an almost "super-heroic" type of character to represent their company, adding a fun aspect to their new web presence...

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