Here are some black and white illustrations I did for a children’s book with writer Jacob Richmond. I say children’s book, but truly, a moral tale for all of us; Your comeuppance is hinged tightly to your fallibility as a farting creature.
You can purchase the book here:
It was a little discourteous of me to not let you know that I went to see the Hank Pine Experience at the Empress Ale House on Wednesday night. Hank (one half of Victoria’s Hank & Lily) has been in town working on a play at the Citadel called Ride the Cyclone (last show is on Sunday, March 10!) and thankfully brought along his Vox Apache guitar, as well as a few helpers.
It was truly a refreshing evening of revival, testimony, near nudity and whiskey.
The four puppets from Blue Bridge Theatre’s production of Little Shop of Horrors that James and I designed and built.
This is a project James Insell, myself, and the Fly By Cab Co. built for Burning Man. An art car, or mutant vehicle, that looked like a steampunk bee, which fits nicely with the theme of this year’s burn, fertility. The Bee was actually a taxi, which is very different from the way most art cars at Burning Man operate, where they load you up and them dump you somewhere randomly in the middle of the desert. The look of gratitude on peoples faces when we took them where they actually wanted to go was priceless.