Sunday, November 02, 2014

Magneto Halloween Costume

My homemade Magneto costume for Halloween! I got the helmet template from Dali Lomo - who does some amazing superhero mask stuff with cardboard. Check him out!
The mask is built with cardboard & a hot glue gun, then applied paper mache, then applied plaster strips. I had to add an extra strip of cardboard down the middle of the helmet to accommodate my giant head. The other accessories are all spray painted cardboard.
The gloves and boots were built around gloves and shoes, with cardboard strips to add length, then colored duct tape to finish. One of the gloves had magnets on the fingers to lift up (small) metal objects!










Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Fall Ghost

Sometimes, even during primetime haunting season, it's good to get away from it all for a while.

Saturday, February 08, 2014

Sherlock

I like the show Sherlock, so of course, I am compelled to draw something with a ton of details from the show crammed in it.

I'm pretty happy with the likeness of Martin Freeman!

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Ella

If you aren't lunchmeat or lasers, my cat isn't interested.

Monday, December 16, 2013

The Best

One of my favorite things, The Best Show on WFMU, is ending tomorrow night and all I can do is hope we hear from this Philadelphia-based lowlife one more time. Thanks Tom and Jon!

Sunday, December 01, 2013

Philly Boy Roy T-Shirt

The Philly Boy Roy shirt I designed is now available on Stereolaffs.com! Don't get caught doing the Roxborough strut without one of these on!

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Baked Ziti Jones

























This illustration was published in the Best Show magazine. Getting into the headspace of Spike to visualize exactly what "Baked Ziti Jones" would actually look like was fairly horrifying - something I'm sure Spike would be pretty happy about.

If you don't know what I'm talking about, set aside a few hundred hours and take a listen to the Best Show on WFMU archives!

Also, here's a bonus "too demented for the magazine" version of this illustration (complete with Garbage Pail Kid style typography)!


Sunday, July 14, 2013

Philadelphia Draw-A-Thon

The Philadelphia Draw-A-Thon sells sketches whose proceeds go to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia through the Child's Play Charity. Pretty cool event with game tournaments, live bands, etc. You can buy sketches online - and all for a good cause! Here are my sketches:





Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Indoor Kids T-shirt


Do you like videogames? Sure you do! Do you like funny people? Of course! Do you own an electronic device capable of playing podcasts? Who doesn't?!

I highly suggest you check out the awesome videogame-centered podcast The Indoor Kids hosted by Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon. They're funny, married and like to talk about videogames. It can be intellectual, it can be silly and it's usually both. The podcast is always a fun listen and appeals to anyone with a glancing interest in videogames & videogame culture.


Here's where I come in. I designed this t-shirt for The Indoor Kids and you can pre-order it right now! Support this awesome podcast and get a cool shirt in return!

UPDATE! There's a hoodie too!


Tuesday, March 05, 2013

March 2013 Open Mic Poster

This month's poster is inspired by the Adventures in Wonderland illustrations of Sir John Tenniel.

I drew this with an actual, real-life pen! How quaint!