“Life has become immeasurably better since I have been forced to stop taking it seriously.” -Hunter S. Thompson
This print, produced by Kentucky for Kentucky, is going for another run this year. They go on sale April 25th. You can get more info (and read a little about me, the artist) on this page.
Get it!

“Life has become immeasurably better since I have been forced to stop taking it seriously.” -Hunter S. Thompson

This print, produced by Kentucky for Kentucky, is going for another run this year. They go on sale April 25th. You can get more info (and read a little about me, the artist) on this page.

Get it!

SALE!
There’s a promotion on at Society6 until Sunday, free shipping and $5 off if you use THIS LINK. Get ya some!

SALE!

There’s a promotion on at Society6 until Sunday, free shipping and $5 off if you use THIS LINK. Get ya some!

"Then repeat to yourself, ‘It’s just a show I should really just relax’"
I. LOVE. Mystery Science Theater 3000. I watched it on Comedy Central and SciFi years ago and catch videos on Youtube pretty regularly. It’s fun to watch while I illustrate, granted I’m not doing any fine detail work because I start to laugh and my lines look like I’m drunk. I can quote many of what I find to be the funniest riffs from the show and names like Torgo, Mitchell! (yes, the exclamation point is intentional), and Rowsdower will make me giggle every time. I once laughed at a riff for nearly five minutes. The pain in my ribs was considerable.
This piece is a love letter and a thank you to the show that brought me so much joy and continues to make me laugh. Thank you Joel Hodgson for your creation and thanks to (Joel), Mike, Crow T. Robot, and Tom Servo for making horrible movies so much better!
You can snag a print here.

"Then repeat to yourself, ‘It’s just a show I should really just relax’"

I. LOVE. Mystery Science Theater 3000. I watched it on Comedy Central and SciFi years ago and catch videos on Youtube pretty regularly. It’s fun to watch while I illustrate, granted I’m not doing any fine detail work because I start to laugh and my lines look like I’m drunk. I can quote many of what I find to be the funniest riffs from the show and names like Torgo, Mitchell! (yes, the exclamation point is intentional), and Rowsdower will make me giggle every time. I once laughed at a riff for nearly five minutes. The pain in my ribs was considerable.

This piece is a love letter and a thank you to the show that brought me so much joy and continues to make me laugh. Thank you Joel Hodgson for your creation and thanks to (Joel), Mike, Crow T. Robot, and Tom Servo for making horrible movies so much better!

You can snag a print here.

"Non timebo mala; fear no evil." -Supernatural
This is my design for the Supernatural design challenge and I would appreciate your vote! I love the colt, such a beautiful weapon. The etching inspired this design. VOTE HERE

"Non timebo mala; fear no evil." -Supernatural

This is my design for the Supernatural design challenge and I would appreciate your vote! I love the colt, such a beautiful weapon. The etching inspired this design. VOTE HERE

“Magic is the bloodstream of the universe. Forget all you know, or think you know. All that you require is your intuition." -High Aldwin, Willow
When I was a kid, I would watch Willow every time it aired on television, which seemed like quite often. I’m not sure why it stuck with me as it did, but upon rewatch, I might know. The visuals of this film, the sets, costumes, and colors were quite something for a fantasy film of the 80’s. The scope seemed almost Tolkien grand and some of the scenes put me in mind of Jackson’s Lord of the Rings films. Willow didn’t enjoy much commercial success, but I’m not sure why. Perhaps it wasn’t what people expected, who knows, but for me, it will always be a happy memory.
This piece was created for the month of April for Silver Screen Society. Here, Willow introduces the possum Fin Raziel to the fabled savior Elora Danan.

Magic is the bloodstream of the universe. Forget all you know, or think you know. All that you require is your intuition." -High Aldwin, Willow

When I was a kid, I would watch Willow every time it aired on television, which seemed like quite often. I’m not sure why it stuck with me as it did, but upon rewatch, I might know. The visuals of this film, the sets, costumes, and colors were quite something for a fantasy film of the 80’s. The scope seemed almost Tolkien grand and some of the scenes put me in mind of Jackson’s Lord of the Rings films. Willow didn’t enjoy much commercial success, but I’m not sure why. Perhaps it wasn’t what people expected, who knows, but for me, it will always be a happy memory.

This piece was created for the month of April for Silver Screen Society. Here, Willow introduces the possum Fin Raziel to the fabled savior Elora Danan.

"My country is the world, and my religion is to do good." -Thomas Paine
This poster for Shortlist was a toughie. I had seen SO many great posters already and I knew I wanted to do something different. I let my heart guide me quite a bit as Cap will always be ‘vintage’ to me. DC is under the thumb of a powerful storm… or is it burning?

"My country is the world, and my religion is to do good." -Thomas Paine

This poster for Shortlist was a toughie. I had seen SO many great posters already and I knew I wanted to do something different. I let my heart guide me quite a bit as Cap will always be ‘vintage’ to me. DC is under the thumb of a powerful storm… or is it burning?

"We shall see that at which dogs howl in the dark, and that at which cats prick up their ears after midnight." -H.P. Lovecraft
I love Hellboy. There’s no one quite like him. I love his attitude, his heart, and his snark. I love that he loves cats. “Caturday Morning for Hellboy” is in honor of the character’s 20th anniversary. I can see ‘Big Red’ drag himself from bed—weary from battling something huge and ugly—scoot across the floor in his slippers and cigar-burned bathrobe to feed his family of cats. They’re hungry and playful, climbing his arms and batting at his tail. Hellboy takes it in stride because this is what he fights for; peace with a dash of loving inconvenience.
Thank you Mike Mignola for creating such an amazing character. Here’s to the last 20 years and many, many more to come!

"We shall see that at which dogs howl in the dark, and that at which cats prick up their ears after midnight." -H.P. Lovecraft

I love Hellboy. There’s no one quite like him. I love his attitude, his heart, and his snark. I love that he loves cats. “Caturday Morning for Hellboy” is in honor of the character’s 20th anniversary. I can see ‘Big Red’ drag himself from bed—weary from battling something huge and ugly—scoot across the floor in his slippers and cigar-burned bathrobe to feed his family of cats. They’re hungry and playful, climbing his arms and batting at his tail. Hellboy takes it in stride because this is what he fights for; peace with a dash of loving inconvenience.

Thank you Mike Mignola for creating such an amazing character. Here’s to the last 20 years and many, many more to come!

“You’re looking well my darling, you really are. I don’t know what sort of cream they’ve put on you down at the morgue, but I want some." -Gustave H. The Grand Budapest Hotel
I have to confess, I’ve only seen a few of Anderson’s films. When this film was offered as a project for Shortlist.com's alternative movie poster gallery, I was hesitant, but after a number trailer views, I was hooked. My poster is a tribute to the bold and quirky Wes Anderson in the form of hotel stationery-esque red and purple. I tried to include pertinent visuals from the film as well as a few scenic elements to seat the poster in mountainous eastern Europe in the 1920's.

You’re looking well my darling, you really are. I don’t know what sort of cream they’ve put on you down at the morgue, but I want some." -Gustave H. The Grand Budapest Hotel

I have to confess, I’ve only seen a few of Anderson’s films. When this film was offered as a project for Shortlist.com's alternative movie poster gallery, I was hesitant, but after a number trailer views, I was hooked. My poster is a tribute to the bold and quirky Wes Anderson in the form of hotel stationery-esque red and purple. I tried to include pertinent visuals from the film as well as a few scenic elements to seat the poster in mountainous eastern Europe in the 1920's.

"All you need for happiness is a good gun, a good horse, and a good wife." -Daniel Boone

Today is my Tumblr birthday so I thought I’d post some of my most recent work. These Kentucky pin up paintings were a little bit of a challenge, but one I’m glad I took on.

“Life is ridiculous.” -Rosalyn Rosenfeld (Jennifer Lawrence) American Hustle
I did this little illustration in honor of Kentucky native Jennifer Lawrence’s nomination for an Academy Award. I adore her look in this film. You can snag a print here.

Life is ridiculous.” -Rosalyn Rosenfeld (Jennifer Lawrence) American Hustle

I did this little illustration in honor of Kentucky native Jennifer Lawrence’s nomination for an Academy Award. I adore her look in this film. You can snag a print here.