Saturday, August 13, 2016


I've always wanted to sing for a Joy Division cover band. Now I'm living the dream, although I'll be doing it in a latex fish mask.


Ian Clownfish: Vocals, Hook: Bass & Sea Synth, Bernard Salmon: Guitar, Steve Moray: Drums

Monday, May 2, 2016

The Saturn Of Saturns

My new lenticular piece in the Disambiguation series: "The Saturn Of Saturns" features covers to all the Sega Saturn games, Sega Saturn game consoles, and Saturn cars floating around the planet Saturn. To see this bigger, CLICK HERE. To see a still version, CLICK HERE.

Monday, March 21, 2016

The Milky Way Of Milky Ways

Original illustrations of a spiral galaxy and various types of Milky Way chocolates. Thanks to Dr. Sam Abraham Hallis for the idea. The first in the Disambiguation series.

Wednesday, December 9, 2015


My wife and I have been binge watching The X-Files in preparation for Season 10 premiering this January. She’s seen all the episodes before (it’s her third time actually) so I consider her a big fan. For the holidays, I wanted to give her an X-Files themed gift. Nothing like a collectible toy or a poster or shirt, but something more useful and interesting. There's an X-Files video game and board game, but both of those would take up too much time. A card game would be ideal. Was there an X-Files card game? Turns out there wasn’t. So I made an X-Files themed UNO game in Photoshop and had it printed out for her.

The images on the number cards are from the DVDs, which happen to have numbers on them. I got the Skip card from a comic book cover and the Draw 2 card from the teaser poster to the second X-Files movie. The cover is from the X-Files Pinball game art. As for the comic strip, that was made by changing the word bubbles from an interior page of the X-Files / 30 Days Of Night #2 crossover comic book.

Of course, The X-Files is copyright Fox Entertainment and UNO is copyright Mattel.

Monday, November 16, 2015


My latest piece is the beginning of a new series using galaxy images as a template for large conglomerations of pop cultural symbols. This one uses Emojis. I drew each image by hand, as you will see if you scroll down below. Then I scanned the drawings in to composite them in Photoshop to put together a 3D lenticular. TO SEE THIS IMAGE AS IT APPEARS IN 3D CLICK HERE.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

My birthday!

Can't believe I'm 44. Life continues to be weird and interesting. Every day there's more stuff to see and experience. Health, wealth, happiness, good fortune and love to all my friends, family and loved ones. So grateful to you all...