• Miss Sequential zine #2

    Miss Sequential #2

    Yes! Here it is! Months in the making! Miss Sequential zine #2!

    This issue is a daily comic version of my everyday September 2009. I wanted to try my hand at a daily comic for a couple of reasons:
    1. I like reading daily comics, and find the minutiae of other people's daily lives interesting. i wanted to challenge myself to find something interesting about every one of my own days.
    2. I was somewhat doubtful that I'd manage to make a second issue without something like a DRAW EVERY SINGLE DAY directive.

    Miss Sequential #2: in progress

    This zine is 36 pages, 5.5 inches square. Pricing is as follows:

    $4 to be mailed to North America
    $5 to be mailed somewhere outside North America

    (if we see each other in person, you can hand me $3 and we'll call it even!)

    Now available in my shop HERE.



  • Droid Daydream

    droid daydream

    Again with the watercolors. Upon watching the first five minutes of Star Wars for research for this drawing (couldn't remember which arm is outstretched), I was reminded of how totally Girl Power Princess Leia is, and that I need to watch the trilogy in its entirety ASAP.



  • Crush cards (and prints) now available!

    crush cards!!!

    Remember my crush painting from a few months back? Prints and these adorable card sets are now available from my Etsy shop. Check it out! Just in time for Valentine's Day or whenever you feel like letting someone know you care.



  • Special Delivery

    special delivery

    Drawn for the Draw Drawings Every Day show at the Washington Street Art Center in Somerville, MA. The opening is on Saturday and there is more info here.

    Can't make it? Check out the GINORMOUS VERSION.



  • There Was a Dream and One Day I Could See It

    avetts & eggs

    Ahhh, this drawing. Long story. When I moved in downstairs, Sarah made it her mission to convert me to listening to the Avett Brothers as constantly as she did. This took about one listen to their latest album, "I and Love and You," and I was totally sold. We went to see them in October and I was completely blown away and MAY have almost cried during their first song because it was so overwhelming. Awesome music, great performance, good-looking dudes.

    Fast forward to me and Sarah having a typical conversation on instant messenger a short time later. The topic of "The Hottest Thing You Can Think of Right Now" was discussed. This was item #2: The Avett Brothers showing up on your front stoop with a basket of fresh eggs.

    Stay tuned, there are more where this came from.

    Happy new year!