Friday, April 27, 2012

New shirt at the for 48 hours

This one's from my brother - his idea and design - I just cleaned up the file a bit for print. At any rate, the shirt now for 48 hours at and for only $11. Tell your Trekkie friends. Come on admit it, you know at least one (if you aren't one yourself).

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

2013 Space Travel calendar - preorder available

I'm very excited to announce the preorder of my space travel calendar, published by Universe Publishing, a division of Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., in New York.

It's up on Amazon now. The official release date is August 1, 2012.

This deal has been about a year in the making and I'm thrilled to have it as a published item. Here is the description from Amazon:

"Combining the cheery optimism of mid-century travel posters and kitschy-cool sci-fi details, these vivid, imaginative travel posters could hang as easily at the 2525 World's Fair as on the set of Mad Men. Full of eye-catching graphic design, space-age colors, and sophisticated wit, the Galactic Travel Posters 2013 Wall Calendar adds instant cool to any space and will inspire any hip retronaut, geeky adventurer, or armchair astronaut.

* 2013 promises to be a year of exciting and glamorous excursions around the Milky Way, including a zip-line ride through the Asteroid Belt, Mars's spectacular canyons, the heart-stopping Mercury Grand Prix, deep-sea vessels plumbing Neptune's fantastical depths, and hitting the slopes on frozen Pluto." Thanks for looking.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Marvel licensed Spider-Man poster and t-shirt at

I worked with to have my hand/spider poster be officially licensed with Marvel. This also gave me the opportunity to put the words "Spider-Man" on the watch.

The alternate version is still available as a limited run of 25 (signed and numbered) at Ltd. Gallery as Giclee prints. has t-shirts and prints available. Prints come in two sizes: 18 by 24 and 24 by 36 inches.

Can't wait to see the movie.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Limited (sort of) edition prints for asked to team up on some of my space travel and arcade propaganda artwork. They are selling them at a discounted price ($35 each) for a limited time. I'm doing a Giclee print run exclusively for them on
- Fine Art Smooth
- Smooth, professional Matte finish
- 100% Cotton rag, warm white
- Acid Free
- Archival Museum Quality
- 270 gsm, 15 mil.
at approx. 15 by 22 inches.
They aren't exactly limited, because they will be available elsewhere, but I'm only having a certain number made for Huckberry this week on this paper type.

You can read a bit more on their blog and note that if you want to enter the store you just need to put in an email address and password.

These ones are available:

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Titanic poster at Acme Archives Direct

With the re-release of James Cameron's "Titanic", Acme Archives asked if I would create a vintage cruise liner image. This commemorative poster is the result. The two small figures at the bow are Jack and Rose. Prints available for presale at Acme Archives. They will come signed and numbered.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Interview with MightFine tshirts - I'm in their League of Mighty Fine Artists!

Just a quick note pointing towards an interview with They have licenses with multiple properties including Star Wars, Marvel, Tron, TMNT, Hasbro, Muppets, etc. And I've been lucky enough to have been invited to submit designs for them. If you haven't yet, please check them out!

Friday, April 6, 2012

Latest Team Garmin Barracuda poster from Slipstream Sports: The Classics

Slipstream Sports has released the second cycling poster for Team Garmin Barracuda. The print focuses on pro team rider Sep Vanmarcke and measures 20 by 30 inches.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Hitchcock tribute at Gallery1988

Gallery1988 is putting on a show dedicated to the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. The show opens Friday the 13th at their Venice location (214 Pier Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90405).
I chose to do a travel poster (surprise!) to the place where "The Birds" (1963) was filmed and set in: Bodega Bay, California. Can you see Hitchcock's famous profile in there?
I'm not limiting this run but there will be Giclee prints available.

* 100% cotton rag, warm white
* Acid Free
* Archival Museum Quality
* 270 gsm, 15 mil.

The reference photo of the seagull was used with permission from graphic designer and photographer Cindy Dyer. Please click on her name and check out her work.