Tuesday, January 27, 2009

The Best Popeye Panel Ever!

I've been selling minis and posters at the UC Davis Campus and reading the new Fantagraphics Popeye collection (3rd volume) to pass the time.

And I found this...

Picasso always did like the funny pages...

The staff has been very kind at the UC Davis campus, and its been nice to meet everyone. I've even sold a few mini comics! (Usually the posters and prints do better than the minis) It's been seriously windy but my signage has been holding out well. UC Davis has been so kind as to provide an actual living cashier complete with cash register in exchange for their small percentage of the profits! All the cashiers (3 shifts worth) have been very friendly.

I'm 3 pages shy of my new 13 page wordless strip, and since I won't be getting much done this week, it might be a little while till you see it here. I've been putting everything I've got into this one, and have been slowly eking it out at the rate of about a page a week. I don't think I've ever worked so hard on a funnybook story before.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


UCD Campus!

On the 25th, 26th, 28th, and 29th I'll be appearing on the University of California Davis campus in the Quad near the bookstore. I'll have posters, mini comics and stickers, and I'll be glad to sign anything you'd like me to sign.

The Pence Galery!

I'll have two pieces at the Pence gallery in Davis for a bicycle themed show in February. I'll post the date as soon as I know for sure. I'll be selling "Yes We Can!" stickers, and possibly more.


The Pence will be carrying my postcards, but not the stickers, since they're a non-profit and carrying the stickers might be seen as endorsing the president. The Bicycle show will be from February 1st through the 15th, and I'll be selling my bicycle tree posters at the opening.

Sunday, January 11, 2009

The all NEW!

After our earlier posters sold unusually well at the Alternative Press expo, I asked Ethan Miller, the designer of my previous site and a childhood friend, if he could design a site for us where we could sell our posters online.

Yes We Can!
Shortly after Obama made his inspiring acceptance speech, Regina described this poster and asked if I could make it in the style of the famous Shepard Fairey portrait. Happy with the results, we decided to have the poster printed and to offer it for sale on the new website Ethan was designing for us.

This is the first time we've offered the poster, and with the launch of the new and in celebration of the upcoming inauguration, we'll be selling it at a special reduced price!

And here's some free "Yes We Can!" wallpaper for your desktop:

There's more to see and buy on the site: posters, mini comics, online comics and galleries. We're excited about the new site and Ethan's easy to navigate design, and hope that you can check it out!