A commission made for a hilarious show with a hilarious premise: what would happen if the animatronics from Disney World lived together in one house? It’s a very niche premise for Orlando/Central Florida, and I was so honored to be a small part of it
My first really successful t-shirt print for shirt.woot.com. I always enjoyed the idea of the “five second rule” and the notion that germs are somehow on board with the whole thing and are willing to wait.
When I was poor and desperate and living in New York City, I needed a win. Shakespeare A-Z was that win. All hand drawn and scanned into the computer one character at a time, this was a labor of love that has turned out to be my most popular and well-known piece of art ever.
A personal favorite of mine, because my wife helped with the final image! Originally there was a slice of bread with strawberry jam, but she thought a banana would be funnier. And if old slapstick comedies have taught us nothing else, it’s that bananas make EVERYTHING funnier.
A blatant cash grab on my part, I was trying to capture lightning in a bottle again. It was less successful than the Shakes version, but I have many friends who now think I’m a bigger Lord of the Rings fan than I actually am.
The End Is the Beginning
This is an example of an “amibigram,” or a word that reads the same right-side up and upside down. It’s perfect for a t-shirt or a website where the image is fixed in one direction, don’t you think? (You’ll just have to trust me that it works)