Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Nap Time


When Superman comes home even he can't get some simple undisturbed rest. But that's the best thing about pets, isn't it? It doesn't matter if you were out delivering food or saving the world. To them all that matters is that you're home

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Yosemite National Park


When yo go camping in Yosemite with artist friends, it's almost mandatory to bring your art supplies along. Didn't have much time per setting (maybe an hour and a half tops) since we were trying to explore as much as possible so I was mainly trying to capture the impression of what I saw in terms of broad color and lighting. Also by the time I took my photo the lighting had changed (of course). Acrylic on illustration board.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Phoenix Comic Con 2017!!!


Attention all Phoenicians and Arizona residents! I'll be returning to your beautiful state this weekend for Phoenix Comic Con with prints, books and general life advice. What made the show a blast for me last year was getting to meet and talk with the people there so I hope to meet many more of you again this year!

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

"The Writer" A Tribute to Stephen King


“The Writer” This is my submission for the Stephen King show at Gallery 1988 opening this Friday. Inspired by the idea that nothing good is ever written, only rewritten, often times the creative process requires us to go through so many versions of what doesn’t work to finally get to that one thing that does.

Monday, April 24, 2017

"Daddy!!!" A TMNT Tribute


The thing about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles that I never see referenced is that Splinter was essentially a single dad raising four rambunctious boys and that could NOT have been easy. So this piece titled "Daddy!!!" is my tribute to the first super heroes I ever became a fan of, to single dads everywhere, and to anyone who's ever burned a pizza in the oven.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

LA Times Festival of Books


If you’ll be at the LA Times Festival of Books this weekend at the USC campus, come find me at Booth 513. I’ll have tons of my prints and plenty of my children’s book. Plus admission is FREE :)

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

WonderCon 2017


Hey folks, I'll be at WonderCon in Anaheim this weekend! Look for me in Small Press - 86. I'll have lots of new prints and especially for those of you Southern California based TONS of new ones since last year. Stop by and say hello if you can :)

Monday, March 20, 2017

Cara Mia - An Addams Family Tribute


Growing up I loved watching the old Addams Family tv show and especially those moments when Gomez would get all passionate with Morticia's arm. So cute and funny!

The Shooter




"The Shooter" is a 3 page comic I created based on an idea I got two years ago. I finally had some time to devote to it. Hope you like it!

Monday, February 20, 2017

"Sugar Sugar" - An Archie Comics Tribute


"Sugar Sugar" I created this piece for Gallery 1988's "Archie" show opening this Friday night on Melrose in Los Angeles. This is based on the more modern run by Mark Waid which came out in 2015 - SO GOOD! Plus it was a lot of fun tapping into my old guitar playing days for inspiration as well. Check them out if you want any prints as it's a limited edition run through Gallery1988 only.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Happy Harley Valentines!


Love is in the air this Valentine's with "A Happy Harley Valentine's" guest starring Supes and Bats! You won't want to miss it!

Monday, February 6, 2017

Chillin'


"Chillin" Sometimes you gotta just sit back and enjoy a nice afternoon.

Monday, January 30, 2017

"The Pirate & The Mermaid"


"The Pirate & The Mermaid" This is a visual development piece from a new story I am working on by the same name. Inspired by the idea that you don't get to pick the person you fall in love with, this scene shows one of the many daily lessons of a Spanish pirate teaching his Mermaid love how to read. 

Monday, January 16, 2017

"The Stairs"


"Story to story, building to building, street to street, we pass each other on the stairs." I can't claim to know exactly what Michael Hutchence and Andrew Farriss of INXS were visualizing when they wrote "The Stairs" but I was both inspired and enamored by the idea that stairs can be home to these micro moments between people of different backgrounds and points of view. So I ran with that idea and it evolved into this - "The Stairs."