Sunday, August 30, 2009
Recent photos of free art ready for people to find, take home and enjoy.
Top Two Photos:
Relish, from Winnipeg, placed some of my art in his neighborhood. Other artists represented include: Bonus Saves, Starhead boy, John Fogarty, Clementine, Ticky, Relish.
Sola e a comédia da vida seca, from Sao Paulo, placed my viking piece in his neighborhood. Unfortunately, I don't know the name of the artist on whose wall my piece was placed.
Saturday, August 22, 2009
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Monday, August 10, 2009
A few years ago I illustrated a couple variations of Michael Porter's Libraryman character. Today, I just received in the mail, one of his new t-shirt designs. Thanks Libraryman!!
Here's some more information on Libraryman:
Michael is a librarian, blogger, presenter, technology fan, author and PEZ collector. He has nearly 20 years of experience working in Libraryland and has presented hundreds of times to library staff around the world. In 2009 he was selected as a Library Journal “Mover & Shaker” and is currently the Communications Manager at WebJunction.org in Seattle, Washington. Before heading to WebJunction in 2006, Michael worked at OCLC Western (Ontario, CA), the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation US Library Program and the Allen County Public Library (Fort Wayne, IN). He holds an MLS degree from Indiana University (’99). Michael’s professional focus is on practical technology, community, library futures, training and planning. He is currently working on a book about successful electronic communities for ALA Editions, co-authors the “Internet Spotlight” column in each issue of Public Libraries Magazine and also teaches the “Technology Planning” course for PLA’s “Certified Public Library Administrator Program”. Libraries, librarians, travel, creating digital multi-media, and PEZ are all near and dear to him. You can read more on the Libraryman blog: libraryman.com/blog/
Sunday, August 02, 2009
Here's a fairly new lunch bag design featuring one of my zombie illustrations. The new design has proven to be quite popular. It's received some mentions on websites, one of which has been http://www.creepyqueenmagazine.com/
The zombie lunch bag is one of many available for sale in my etsy store: