This ad was designed for Chop Suey Books, an awesome book store in Richmond, Virginia. It folds in to create another image, paying homage to Jaffee's Mad Magazine fold-in's. If you dig around, there's some fun details floating around in there...
Opening September 6th at Books, Bikes, and Beyond Thrift: my show NOTHING, BUTT TROUBLE. I'll be hanging up new and recent works, including prints, originals, skate decks, and more. If you can't make it out for the First Friday opening, the work will be up all month. The store is open 7 days a week, 10-6 weekdays, and 11-6 weekends, and located at 7 West Broad Street, Richmond Virginia. For those who interested in the art from this flier, it was commissioned by Strange Kids Club for a sticker. They also collaborated with Fright Rags to make a shirt.
I received some mail yesterday from Disturbia Clothing. I've had the fun experience of illustrating some some shirts for them over the past few years, and this package included the latest few. I'm proud to be in good company with some of the amazing talent regularly working with Disturbia. See their latest designs on the Diturbia site and check out all of the work I've done for them compiled on the Barf Comics Behance page.
I created these two illustrations for the Black Alice poster series. This series consists of work by 8 different artists, each illustrating one large and one small image; all of which are either a character or passage from Lewis Caroll's "Alice's Adventure's in Wonderland" or "Through the Looking Glass". These 16 posters will be screen printed as blacklight posters, which means that they are made to be viewed both in regular light and under ultraviolet light. The use of fluorescent inks and the printing white ink on white paper, allow for 2 different versions of the same image to exist within one print.
Learn more about about this project, and help make it a reality on our kickstarter page!