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I think the snowmen have an edge in this fight. But then again, the Park Slope Historical Preservation folks don’t mess around. Tough call. Anyways, I made this guy for a holiday show that ultimately fell through the cracks. It… Continue reading
Just watch yourself.
As anyone who follows my work might notice, I love keeping my work local. This is a “Happy Holidays” card I made for my friends over at the Brooklyn cafe/roastery Cafe Grumpy. Love these folks and their coffee and was… Continue reading
It’s month two of my interview plus illustration series with Brooklyn Based! This month: World-renowned-expert John Hodgman. You can see and read the whole thing here.
Last week, in between bites of turkey and watching football, I was busy painting a big mural for Colson Patissiere‘s new bakery/cafe in South Brooklyn. The bakery is at 220 36th st, part of what is now being called Industry… Continue reading
This Holiday Season (that being Halloween and the Xmas/Hanukkah/Kwanza/Winterfest and so far not Thanksgiving) I’ve been included in some charity art auctions. The first is for the fine people at the 826 NYC Superhero Supply Store. They do AMAZING things… Continue reading
My new interview-plus-illustration series with Brooklyn Based debuted today! Please go here for to the full interview with the talented writer Emma Straub. For the series I ask a few questions to Brooklyites about themselves and the borough. If you… Continue reading
Yesterday I had the privilege of painting all over the walls of a boutique Brooklyn Hotel, the NU Hotel on Atlantic and Smith streets in Downtown Brooklyn. It was a real honor to be one of their first artists for this… Continue reading
Last night Casey and I hung my new show of watercolors IMPORTANT PEOPLE DRINKING COFFEE at Cafe Grumpy in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. It’s a show about, as one might guess, important people and their coffee. I should also mention here that… Continue reading
More and more work from my friends at the Owl Farm Bar on 9th st. and 5th ave. in Park Slope. Loving this as it means I get to draw these owls more… and drink more of their beer. Here’s… Continue reading