I’m always happy when people seek out my design skills by word of mouth, and I’m always thrilled to work with talented and visionary artists and musicians. Luckily, both of those things were addressed by my working with local Kalamazoo band The Red Sea Pedestrians, who came to me to do the design work on their new album “See Through The Eyes of Osiris!” It was collaboration in the best sense of the word, with them coming to me with great, weird ideas and me getting to see how I could visualize said ideas. The results will be see in the real world on June 25th, at Bell’s Brewery as the band debuts the new album and plays it live.
If you are visiting this page during the weekend of May 20-22, you can find me live, in the flesh, at the largest anime/manga convention in the Midwest; ANIME CENTRAL. I’m in lovely Chicago (actually, adjacent Rosemont), at the convention center, selling posters, graphic novels and the chance to stand in front of my table and try to carry on a decent conversation (that last one is subject to how many people have tried it before you got there). I’ve got tons of cool stuff, including lots of my newer posters you’ve seen posted only here, so come out and check out the wonderful world of comics, anime and over-caffeinated youth. It’s a blast!
I cannot sing, I cannot play a guitar, but I can make art. Tribute and respect to Prince, for all the music he shared with us.
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