Month: August 2010

Update August 2010

This has been a happy, productive time for me. The book I did six illustrations for, Tales of Woe finally saw the light of day! Written by John Reed, it’s published by MTV Press and distributed by Powerhouse Books. Apparently this book has already gotten great reviews. You can buy the book here, here, or…

Worlds Beyond On Sale Now

‘There are other worlds, similar to ours but different in many respects. They may be alien worlds in galaxies far away, worlds in which humanity has met its dreadful end, worlds that already exist within our future. The possibilities stretch only as far as the imagination. But, no matter where, when or how these worlds…

Tales of Woe Released Tomorrow!

The title of this blog post says it all. The book ‘Tales of Woe’ will be released tomorrow. That’s the book written by John Reed, and featuring illustrations by a variety of wonderful artists. Published by MTV Press, distributed by Powerhouse Books. I have six illustrations in the book. If you wish to order this…

Eddie’s Sweet Shop

If walking into a time warp is your idea of a good time, maybe you might want to check out this place out. Eddie’s Sweet Shop, located in Forest Hills, Queens. Looked pretty retro alright. Had that old soda fountain shop kinda appeal. Since it was a hot summer evening, the place was packed. Taking…

Wait Until Your Father Gets Home

Don’t know why or how this popped into my head today. Thought about this animated television series from the early 1970s. Slightly similar to ‘All In The Family,’ it dealt with the social issues of its time. It was titled ‘Wait Until Your Father Gets Home.’ The Hanna Barbera studio was behind this sitcom. Television…

Snooki Meets Shitty Mickey

In a moment of physical exhaustion and morbid curiosity, I tuned into the hit reality tv show “Jersey Shore.” Yeah, yeah, should’ve known better. After viewing, I was so disgusted. Felt as if I had to take a shower. Instead of calling the program “Jersey Shore” a better title could have been “Jersey Skanks.” I…