Big Board Spread in Newest Monster Children Issue

Out now is issue 48 of Monster Children, and Stereo co-founder Jason Lee is the Guest Editor.  I was asked to compile my favorite J Lee decks of all time, along with Mark McKee, Sean Cliver, Andy Jenkins, Christian Cooper and Chris Pastras, and the result was a four page piece where we all took turns talking about the fun we had developing graphics at our various companies with the man of the hour, Jason Lee. Buy issue 48 here:  

Flock of Pigeons Takes Flight

Out this week is the Flock of Pigeons pro set for Antihero, with decks for Andrew Allen, Frank Gerwer and Chris Pfanner.  Our favorite flock of goofy birds stumble over used chow mein, street needles and severed ears.  Sure to delight young and old equally, these new decks are in shops now. But that’s not all!  Go to  to see the full offerings from the Antihero Fall Drop 2, including the second half of my seemingly endless Great Moments in Vagrant History pro set AND a brief but highly insightful conversation between Julien Stranger and myself about god, dog, and Donald …

New, Horrible Piece for Monster Children

As part of my ongoing monthly observance of weird and dopey holidays for Monster Children, I present to you September’s holiday, International Mung Day.  Its truly repulsive, and I take no responsibility for this, I blame Jason Crombie, MC’s editor in chief, who invented the holiday and penned the accompanying article. To see the combined article and illustration in all their ghastly glory, go to This might be the worst piece of art i’ve ever done, and that’s really saying something.

Framed, Feathered and Fancy Free

One of the four new 5″ x 7″ pigeon paintings that were part of a recent commission. Another small group of these will be available soon, email to get on the waiting list.  These won’t last long.  

Small Flock Set to Fly

Just finished a new flock of small 5″ x 7″ pigeon paintings for a special commission.  Normally my pigeon paintings are far larger, but some people wanted a smaller format to hang proudly. A new small batch of these will be available soon, first come first serve. Contact to get on the list.  Do it now!  

Alex Magazine Out Now….Look Who Done Did The Cover

On newsstands now is the inaugural issue of Alix Magazine, a 160 page magazine/book from Europe with a ton of great content.  Interviews with Sean Cliver, Glen E. Friedman, Steve Olson, Cheryl Dunn, Winston Tseng and a bunch of other notables, and an interview with me inside as well. Shown here is the cover, which they commissioned me to do.  And i’m pretty happy with it. Find Alix in bookstores in the US and Europe, or purchase it directly here:  

Too Objectionable….for Penthouse!

I do a monthly piece for Penthouse called “The Fun Page,” and my submission for this month was just a little too much fun.  While my friends laughed their butts off at this painting, it was considered “too much” by the editorial staff at Penthouse, so they rejected it.  Back to the drawing board! Here it is in all its controversial glory….Timofey Mozgov might not want it, and neither do the editors at Penthouse, but I have a feeling Sports Illustrated will be on the horn any minute.

Antihero Parasites Original Art Now Available

We are now making the original art from 2014’s Parasites of the New World set from Antihero available.  Shown here is one of the pieces, which can be purchased from Equal Distribution. Ink on paper, 14″ x 8.5″ Contact for inquiries.  

New “Fun Page” for Penthouse for August Out Now

The newest piece for my monthly Fun Page feature in Penthouse is on newsstands now.  Its all about life and death and the middle east and space exploration and police brutality and gentrification and global warming. But mostly about dreaming. Look for more confusion and side-splitting in the months to come.

Help Wanted Art Show Video

The group art show at San Francisco’s 111 Minna Gallery on July 31st went great, and if you think this claim is just more self-aggrandizing fluff, click “read more” to watch the video recap for proof:   Thanks to everyone who came out, it was a packed house.  The afterparty on the street got a little frisky, but what do you expect?