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What do you do with surplus paint for the Brooklyn Bridge? Getting it to a bunch of artists for a group show sounds pretty good to me. That is what’s happening this Friday at the Urban Folk Art Gallery (part… Continue reading
For this month’s 5 Questions, 1 Drawing on Brooklyn Based I got to interview/draw illustrator extraordinaire Sophie Blackall. You might know Sophie from any of the many books she’s illustrated, her blog/book of Craigslist Missed Connections painted, or just maybe… Continue reading
All over Park Slope it’s looking like this right now.
I’ve been painting a lot of snakes recently. It seemed like the right thing to paint.
This month’s Five Questions, One Drawing for Brooklyn Based is of Brooklyn Net Tornike “Toko” Shenegelia. See the full interview here. Of course, I do equally enjoy all of these I’ve done now, whether it is John Hodgman, Emma Straub,… Continue reading
This Thursday a unincriminating book is being launched: WHO DONE IT? An anthology by Soho Press. Casey and I have contributed along with a ton of other wildly amazing writers and illustrators. What is this book you ask? Well… Herman… Continue reading
See these at Colson Patissiere in the next week or so. (At a convenient 2″ x 3.5″ size.) I heartily encourage you to try and have every one of these coffees in a sitting. Run the cycle!
Truly bruising puck-to-face hit on NY Ranger Marc Staal last night versus the Flyers. Hope he gets better. Not to glamorize the more violent aspects of hockey or anything, but all the hits and contortions make for some great subject… Continue reading
…Famous paintings and baked goods that is. Last night Casey and I hung a new show of mine over at Colson Patissiere on 9th st and 6th ave in Park Slope: Famous Paintings and Baked Goods: Together at Last! (View… Continue reading