Thursday, August 17, 2017

Couch Tour Shirts

Back by popular demand, our previously sold out Couch Tour shirts have been revamped and reproduced. Printed on Steel Blue Bella Canvas shirts by VG Kids, they're currently available in Med-XXL. Click here.

Monday, April 24, 2017

One in a Million

Allow me to introduce my latest screen print entitled One in a Million. It's a 24x18", very limited edition, 6 color screen print on rainbow foil...with a few variants on lava foil. Available here.

This falls under my AfFOILdables print series that focuses on prints designed specifically for foil paper at an economical price. The top of R2's head is appropriately reflective holographic foil, as well as the logo and a few other areas.

I've always considered R2 to be an underappreciated character in A New Hope. He's as instrumental in the demise of the Death Star (and advancement of the Rebellion) as anyone and I thought it would be interesting to focus on him during the climax of the story.

Monday, February 6, 2017

The Soprano Family screen print

Allow me to introduce my latest print honoring one of the greatest tv shows of all time. The Soprano Family is a 5 color, 12x24", limited edition screen print that's available here.

I don't have an absolute favorite but any conversation regarding the greatest tv show of all time must include The Soprano's. It was a brilliant show that changed the game and was, in my opinion, the genesis of modern television. The writing, the acting, the casting, the filming, and overall production was consistent with (and arguably beyond) feature films for the first time in the medium's history. Aside from all that, there's just something that's simply marvelous about loving a bad guy. Man I miss this show!

I have a small number of regular edition prints plus a very limited number of lava and sparkle foils...all printed by VG Kids and available now.

Monday, January 23, 2017

DJ Benny Ben Franklin

Although the nation is passionately divided right now, I think we can all agree that DJ Benny Ben Franklin knows how to get down! Show your undying patriotic spirit with this 24x18", 5 color screen print that's available as a regular edition (plus lava and sparkle foil variants). All limited in quantity. All printed by the amazing VG Kids. All available here.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

The Greatest Gift

Back by popular demand, I've produced a small second edition of my "The Greatest Gift"/ A Christmas Story screen print. It's 18x24", 3 colors, an edition of 100, and once again printed by the amazing VG Kids. It, and a few remaining foils, are all available here.

In the articulate words of Randy..."whipppeeee!!"

Monday, November 21, 2016

Avett Brothers Legendary Giveback 5 prints

I designed the prints for The Avett Brothers Legendary Giveback benefit show that took place on Saturday. There's a regular edition that glows in the dark as well as a lava and sparkle foil. They're 24x18" screen prints that were masterfully printed by VG Kids. All are very limited in edition and all are now available here.

Monday, October 31, 2016

moe. Halloween posters

I designed the moe. poster for their 2 night, Tarantino themed Halloween run in Philly. The Pulp Fiction/Rebubula mashup is a 6 color, 18x24" screen print that's available as the regular edition as well as lava, sparkle, and rainbow foils. All very limited in quantity. All printed by the fabulous VG Kids. All available here.

Monday, September 26, 2016

RIP Jose Fernandez

I have to admit that the death of Jose Fernandez has hit me harder than any other celebrity passing. As a huge Marlins fan I've dedicated a lot of my life to following this club. I know it sounds silly but when you dedicate that much, the players (although complete strangers) almost feel like family. We go through many ups and downs and it seems like we experience that together. Jose was a unique personality that always exhibited enthusiasm for the game and life...on days he pitched and days he didn't. It really was, as manager Don Mattingly said, like watching a kid playing in Little League. It was refreshing and an absolute treat. He was one of the best pitchers in baseball at the age of 24 and no doubt would have become better. This kid simply had the world in the palm of his hands.

The fact that he has his first child on the way and broke that news 6 days before his death makes it even harder to swallow. The fact that he was originally slated to start yesterday's game and likely wouldn't have been out that late if they hadn't moved his start to tonight makes it even harder to swallow. The fact that he meant so much to the entire community of Cuban Americans makes it even harder to swallow. I can't imagine how emotional tonight's game will be but I have to go through it as a sort of celebration. I also had to create this drawing as a sort of celebration.

Jose Fernandez was a bright shining light and I'm glad I got to enjoy some of it from a distance. Rest in peace, young man.