Month: July 2019

Rockabilly Boogie – Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week For 7/30/2019

A few weeks back, I caught a free show at Irving Plaza. The headliner was neo-Rockabily singer Robert Gordon. Originally part of the early NYC Punk movement, around the late ’70s he embraced his influences, turning to Rockabilly. Having worked with musicians such as Link Wray and Chris Spedding, his vocals took everyone back to…

Tomorrow – Trans-Cen-Der

Pardon the short notice. If you’re in the NYC area, particularly Bushwick, Brooklyn, then check out the monthly Trans-Cen-Der events at Brooklyn Fire Proof. Artists of all mediums and media show slides of their work. Then give a quick talk. I’m among one of the five artists this round. Admission is free, but seating is…

This Week’s Events: Trans-Cen-Der July 2019, Trashland Zinefest II & MF Gallery August 2019.

This is extremely short notice. This Tuesday, July 30th, 2019, I will be giving a small talk about my illustrations and artwork at the monthly Trans-Cen-Der. The event runs from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm. The location is at Brooklyn Fire Proof in Bushwick, Brooklyn NY. There will be four other artists as well, working…

Walking On The Moon – Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week 7/21/2019

This past weekend in NYC was an oppressive, blistering heatwave. It impacted the majority of the East Coast to the Midwest of the U.S. If you were local, and wasn’t impacted by any blackout, you were lucky. Either way we all sweated our asses off. Global warming baby – embrace nature at it’s worse! But…

Trashland Zinefest II

If you’re local in the NYC area, particularly Ridgewood and Bushwick, then check out this one day event. Trashland Zinefest II. I’m going to have a table there, selling my latest comic, greeting cards and other goodies. It’s at The Footlight. The date is Saturday, Aug 3rd, from¬† 2pm – 6 pm. Admission free. Later…

Stranger Things – Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week 7/15/2019

Don’t watch many televisions shows nowadays. There’s a few exceptions. Got to watch season three of Stranger Things. Stranger Things is the popular Netflix series, very loosely based on The Montauk Project and The Philadelphia Experiment, combined with early to mid ’80s nostalgia.¬† The only reason I bothered to check out Stranger Things was The…

Happy Caturday – Squeaky Hugs Maximus

Squeaky Squeakums and Magnus Maximus share a tender moment together under the serious moonlight. You can always buy the comic “The Temptation of Squeaky”, written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo, available on WitchesBrewPress. Issue one is ready for order right now. The cost is $4.00, or $3.00 plus $1.00 for S&H. It’s $3.00 if buying…

Forthcoming Events: RHPS Art Tribute @ MF Gallery & Talk @ Trans-Cen-Der

Will post more details as it unfolds. My work will be shown at both MF Gallery and Trans-Cen-Der Art Group (TAG). First: If you’re a fan of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, then check out the art tribute at MF Gallery, Aug 3rd in Brooklyn, NY. The other event will be at Trans-Cen-Der Art Group…

Squeaky Vs. Fireworks

Not everyone cares for fireworks. Family pets like cats, dogs and other animals get easily frightened by loud commotions. Squeaky Squeakums decided to do something about it. She enlisted the help of her demon buddy, Magnus Maximus to put a stop to those pesky fireworks during the Fourth of July. If you haven’t blown off…

Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week July 4th Special (July 4th, 2019)

This is developing into an annual tradition. Instead of blogging about fireworks, family BBQs, and three day vacations, we’ll focus on the historical aspect regarding July 4th. Today in American history 101, July 4th celebrates the country’s independence. Regardless of your political beliefs, let’s remember the Revolutionary War. Where barefoot colonialists battled against the British…