Friday, November 19, 2010

Tron art coming soon

Acme Archives Direct asked if I was interested in doing some Tron related art. Heck yeah! I said, or something similar. Anyway, they have a preview of it on their site. Mind you it's the rough mock up I sent them, but it's there to take a peak. Other great artists are also participating.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Custom iPhone and iPad cases

I have a few custom iPhone 3, iPhone 4 and iPad cases with my art available at

If there is artwork of mine you like, but don't see it on a case, let me know and I'll work one up for you.

Star Wars travel posters are finally here!

The first two Star Wars travel posters are up for sale Mos Eisley and The first two Star Wars travel posters are up for sale Kessel Run.

I'm sending out an email also. I apologize if I missed anyone. I had such a huge response and tried to keep up with all the comments and anyone who left their email. As well as combing through blogger profiles. Some didn't list email addresses. Does anyone know if there is a way to reply to all the commenters at one time?

The first two released are:

Just to clear up any confusion, there is an asterisk and a footnote on the Kessel Run poster explaining that a parsec is a measure of distance, not time. There is a close up of this on the Acme Archives website. Check it out!

Original post here.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Star Wars travel posters up for sale Nov. 16th

I just got word the first two Star Wars travel posters will be going up for sale on Acme Archives Direct, next Tuesday, Nov. 16. They plan to release them two at a time, but I don't know the time between releases yet.

They will be Fine Art Giclee’s on Watercolor paper at approx. 13” x 19”, 150 piece editions, signed, for $89.00 unframed.

I'm waiting to send out an email to everyone who requested one until I have the link to the live shop. But keep an eye out here as well.

Here are the first two:

Original post here.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Update: Star Wars travel posters

First off I have to say thanks to all who have commented and emailed. I sincerely appreciate the support.

This is still preliminary, so some details might change, but I wanted to give a small update.

I've been working with Acme Archives Direct to get the posters up for sale and it looks like it is going to happen - soon. They plan to release them two at a time at approx. 13" by 19", limited edition and signed (150 of each is the latest count). I don't know, yet, which two will go up first.

I'll still be emailing all those who requested a note to let you know when they will be available.

Thanks again and stay tuned.

Original post here.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Mummy-owned deli logo

Second in a series of classic monster-owned restaurants. This one is an ancient Egyptian deli owned and operated by mummies. A scarab made from veggies and cheese. A name that is a pun (Two Ten Common = Tutankhamun). I figured they named the place after their address of 210 Common Ave. As always, shirts on sale here.

Visit Santa's workshop at the North Pole - vintage travel poster

Just in time for Christmas. It's a travel poster to Santa's workshop. My plan is to do one of these types of posters for each month so that by next Christmas I'll have a calendar ready. Next up will be New Year's at Times Square (or Sydney or both) for January. Prints, postcards and greeting cards are available here.