Monday, January 31, 2011

Childhood is Like a Punk Rock Song

When I drew this comic last year, I ditched my trusty Rapidograph for more expressive brush pen lines and pencil scratches. I recently went back and colored it. Hopefully the results are somewhere between a Xeroxed punk zine and a coloring book. Or like a guest appearance by The Clash on Sesame Street.  

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Twin Blog

My twin brother Gavin also fashions himself an artist/blogger. This makes sense: we've been copying each other our entire lives. He draws concert posters for his own band, South Sea Island Magic, which can be found at If that wasn't enough, he blogs for his architecture firm, el dorado architects. Here's his latest:

Friday, January 21, 2011

Kansas: Land of Zen

This comic was drawn in anticipation of a long drive I made this week from Kansas City to Denver. I think Kansas was mad at me, because I had to navigate my Honda through a snow and ice storm that spanned the entire state. However, the terrible weather did make the trip anything but boring.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Discography of Your Favorite Band

Album artwork offers a glimpse of the great, mediocre, and ill-advised moments of a band's career. Click here for details on ordering as a poster, or email Because comics, like album artwork, should be viewed in large, printed form. If you want, I'll throw in a complimentary mixtape of what this fictional band would sound like, had they actually existed.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Public Art

Inspired by some of the fine public art in Kansas City, MO. Except the last panel. I just wanted to draw some  Yuko Shimizu-esque mushrooms.

Friday, January 7, 2011

The University of Awesome

This is just like where I went to college, only more awesome. As always, I'm selling prints of this drawing to put up in your seedy dorm room or give to your wayward college-age son/daughter/hippie. Click here for details or email me at

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Enormous Glasses

Special thanks to my elementary school classmates who unknowingly lent their yearbook pictures for the first set of panels in this comic. Here's some of the painful reference material...