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Super update


Austin Zine Fest

Jess and I took our trove of Crummy House books, zines and posters up to Mass Gallery where we met and ran into a bunch of nice zine makers and creatives from around the Texas area. We got a few good trades and sold a couple books, but overall had fun just hanging out and talking to people.

FFFFest Mural

Birds Barbershop hired me to paint a mural for their Cuts for a Cause booth at Fun Fun Fun Fest this year. I tapped my buddy Rich Cali for an extra pair of hands and his creative vision to help me execute this 200 square foot panel. We ended up coming up with some cool, desert, space-landscape in a limited color palette. It was a bunch of fun! Thanks, Birds and Rich! That as FUN!

Love from Texas at Busy-Being

Literally a day after the mural, I helped hang Alexandra Valenti and myself’s show at Busy-Being. We were super excited about the way it turned out and anxious for the next day’s opening. It went great and we had a good turnout and fun time hanging with the great homies on the steps of Busy-Being.

If you’re still interested in seeing the work, the show will hang through December, so get by there or check out some of the work online here.

Oh yeah, and know what? East Austin Studio Tour is this coming weekend and the opening of David Clark‘s show at Common House on Saturday from 6 – 9 PM. Looks like it’s gonna be another busy one. I’ll have some updates about EAST and where you can find some of my stuff, but for now, that’s all folks.

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I simplified a few things on the site. Felt there were some redundant pages.

Here is what was on the old news page for historical purposes.

Good Press is holding their first of a long line of shows in Glasgow. Here’s wishing them great luck!

Designers Journal did a little feature on my work. THANKS DJ!

Museums Press Anthology is still available. Cover art by Morgan Blair

Crummy House finished off a zine with Paul Windle. Click here to view the zine

Pick me up

Here’s the deal, I’ll be around this weekend, so I’ll try and get a hold of you and we can meet up or you can come see where I make the art at my home studio and have a beer. Either way, we’ll be in contact soon.