Wednesday, March 9, 2011


I always try to rifle through old family photos whenever I visit San Diego, because you never know what forgotten memory you're going to dig up. I brought back a handful of pictures from my visit last week to use for some new sketches, including some good ones of my Grandparents on my Mom's side. Here's a quick sketch that I did of my grandfather Eddie, an iraqi immigrant born in Burma, and the son of a famed Kabbalistic Rabbi.

That's just a teaser. I'll post a more thorough bio of him with a more thorough portrait.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Etsy: The Return

Remember these lovable guys?

Well I've finally gotten it together and have prints for sale of all three of them, available now on my Etsy page! Frames and mattes not included, but I can give you the measurements of the best way to matte all three of them. The prints are $20 a piece but if you buy all three you can get $10 off. This option isn't posted on the etsy page, but if you send me an email at we can work the whole thing out. Tell your friends!

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Cat too cool for 2-D

We decided maybe the Smilodon was a bit too menacing for the fun vibe we were going for so I went back to the drawing board and pulled this out of my hat. If you don't think "good times" when you look at this cat then I've failed. We'll see how much the finished product ends up looking like this. Don't worry, I'll post pictures as soon as I have them! For now, stay coooool.