Tag: illustration

New Radio Episode This Wednesday

If you haven’t heard, I’m doing my radio show again. This time remote. You can hear the show every Wednesday from 7-8pm ET on WHCSradio.org. Last week I interviewed returning guest Maria Photinakis. She recently had an article in the Boston Globe about her Covid19 diaries, which you can check out on WEBTOON. Hopefully I…

Duran Duran – April 2020

Still doing my quarantine portraits. Here’s one of the legendary ’80s band Duran Duran. While politics sucked, the 1980s had some amazing music. Duran Duran ruled the airwaves during the early to mid-80s. The band is still around today. They continue to release new material, tour, and reach out to fans via Twitter. Duran Duran…

Caturday – April 25, 2020

Pretty late into this Saturday, but fear not. Here’s the Caturday sketch of the week. Featuring Squeaky Squeakums and her demon buddy Maximus. Speaking of which. If you’re interested in purchasing one of my comics, you can send me $4.00 to Venmo, @Witchipoo, or buy from my new Etsy shop. All proceeds go to me…

Rammstein

Since the quarantine, I’ve been sketching a lot. Here’s one of the German Neue Deutsche Härte band, Rammstein. Done in pen, ink, and watercolor. You can see the glimmer watercolors in person. In the U.S., Rammstein is known for one song, Du Hast. Personally, I’m sick of Du Hast, and the other single Engel, from…

Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week 4/7/2020

Sometimes you run into someone or something that you want no part of. Introducing the Psycho Bunny sketch of the week for April 7th, 2020: Social Media Links For Your Quarantine: Facebook: Psycho Bunny and for Michele Witchipoo – WitchesBrewPress.  Twitter: One account for me, and one for Psycho Bunny. Tumblr: World Ov Witchipoo Instagram: there’s…

Caturday – Essential Worker

Happy Caturday! Here’s a quick sketch done for all the essential workers employed in the grocery field. Introducing Mr. Jet Alister. Don’t forget to be kind to your fellow grocery folks. They’re on the front lines, risking their health to keep the markets open. To show appreciation, here’s a special Caturday sketch.

Throbbing Gristle

  The last of a three post tribute to Genesis P-Orridge, who passed away on March 14th, 2020. P–Orridge had been battling leukemia for two years, so the passing wasn’t a surprise. S/he was 70 years old. As stated in previous posts, Genesis P-Orridge was many things. Among them, a poet, an artist in both…

Merzbow

Most people outside of the Industrial/Noise/Experimental scene have never heard of Merzbow. As someone once said “that’s a hard sell.” Masami Akita started the Merzbow project back in 1979. His style of music, or rather, anti-music combines distortion, feedback, and noises from synthesizers, machinery,  home-made noisemakers, with help from laptops. Due to his background in…