Hello friends! I’m selling a print of this jolly bottle of everyone’s favorite hot sauce, Sriracha. 8 x 10 inches, on archival acid-free paper. I will print quantities based on interest, so obviously the more folks who offer to buy it, the cheaper it will end up being (I imagine a price between $25 and [...]
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Today is my debut post for LiveWorkPortland, a site dedicated to the creative community of the *other* Portland, the one with more lobster rolls and less hit TV sketch comedies. Richard Ford came to our city yesterday, and read from his new novel, Canada. I wrote and drew about it.
Here’s a watercolor/pen and ink illustration I provided for The Telling Room’s annual anthology of student writing, “Exit 13.” The Telling Room is a Portland, Maine-based nonprofit that works with local children to help them hone their storytelling craft through workshops and in-school events.
In Vitória, my girlfriend’s aunt and uncle took us out to a lunch counter for some feijoada. Along with the uncle’s workmates–all policemen–we sat out on the sidewalk patio around a plastic table, drinking cold beer and fried pork skin while we waited for the stew to be served. To the right of our table, [...]
Hey, it’s Meat-colleague Jay here to plug a little comic I drew for the excellent sports journalism operation, The Classical. It’s about minor league hockey in Maine and features drawings like this:And this:And should that not be enough, it also includes a youtube link to a dude getting elbowed in the face.
I’ve started a weekly illustrated column over at The Bay Citizen, reporting on San Francisco culture and events. It’s called Drawing Crowds, and the first column is all about local art film advocacy group, Artist’s Television Access. The Bay Citizen does good, much-needed work for this town, and I’m honored to be a part of [...]