Showing posts from September, 2007


Finally, a new doodle of the day!

Memories.... like the corners of my mind....

Photo of the show by Tammy Salzl.

I was invited by artist and curator Anthony Easton to draw my take of what a 1950 Ford looks like from memory. (That's not me in the above picture. I'm a girl!) The finished product is being exhibited right now in a group show. The details don't say who else is in this show, but I believe there might be drawings from comic geniuses like Sammy Harkham and Seth.

The 1950 FORD SHOW
Art Gallery of Alberta
September 22, 2007-January 6, 2008
Guest Curated by Anthony Easton

Edmonton artist and curator Anthony Easton takes American Pop-Conceptualist, Ed Ruscha at his word. Ruscha's 1977 drawing: WILL 100 ARTISTS DRAW A 1950 FORD FROM MEMORY plants the seed that Easton cultivates by actually soliciting 100 artists to concretize Ruscha's Conceptual fantasy.

The results range from cafĂ© sketches through pop commix renditions to highly crafted illustrations. The ensemble makes for a delightful installation, reasserting the primacy of mark-making and r…

Doodle HQ

This is where I'm at right now... the dark caverns of creativity...sort of. Plugging along, listening to the craziness of the painters outside. That's why my blinds are down...ha ha huh?

New doodle!

Some studies on the bus, for Heirloom. I cannot draw trees to save my life.

And now here's something we hope you rilly like!

Well, my FTP is on the blink... so no new doodle to post today, bad news bears. I was going to put a page from an older story in its place, but then I thought maybe you're interested in knowing what projects I'm working on right now? Maybe? No? Anyway, above is the title page to a story in my next comic that I have had tucked away on my web servers. The process is going pretty well. I've been good at working on it everyday, and the mean-critic side of me hasn't forced me to abandon the whole thing entirely... which lemme tell you, is a personal best and waaay more than I could've asked of myself. Okay?!? Geez, I don't have to explain myself to you people!!!


I had some shrimp and it was delicious, especially with that mojito.



Here's The Dirt!

Now you gotta go to this! I went to the opening of this, and it's a really good show. Everything here from top to bottom is worth the trip. Check it out! Above is one of two pieces I have in this show all about the dirtiness that is comics.

Dirty Drawings by Dirty Drawers:
Work by well-travelled young underground cartoonists of the Bay Area

Rock Paper Scissors Gallery
2278 Telegraph Avenue
Oakland CA 94612

Exhibition Dates: September 7 - September 29, 2007
Gallery Hours: Tues-Thurs 2 - 7pm, Fri - Sat 12 - 8pm, Sun 12 - 6pm

Dirty Drawings by Dirty Drawers: Andy Hartzell, Brian Kaas, Calvin Wong, Daria Tessler, Eli Bishop, Francoise Vigneault, Fred Noland, Gene Yang, Geoff Vasile, Jared Katz, Jesse Reklaw, Joe Sayers, John Isaacson, Josh Frankel, Julia Wertz, Lark Pien, MariNaomi, Mark Haven-Britt, Melanie Lewis, Rina Ayuyang, Trevor Alixopulos, Vanessa Davis.

Shapes on the Shelf, 8.21.2007

I'm reposting this here because I like it.

Bridge Anthology

Here's a panel for a story for Matt Leunig's Bridge Anthology

Starting Today

It seems like the Doodle of the Day postings will go much faster if I used blogger, let's find out...but for now, they can be viewed at the Sketchbook.