Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
I say this is how it all started, because it is… if I ever get around to writing the second installment of “How I Got to Portland” I’ll explain in more depth, but if I hadn’t heard Agents of Future and become friends with Todd Fadel, well, life would look a lot different right now. Yeah, I should tell you all about it – it’s a good story.
Oh, and we love photo booths 🙂
Oh, and one more thing that happened this weekend – I got my copy of Upsidedown Cat’s new album, Soon Fall Will Be Here. It’s so lovely – have a listen and buy a copy!
Tuesday, May 18th, 2010
Cuz you know, real Portlanders wear raincoats.
Monday, February 1st, 2010
Check out Luke’s comics at www.selfish-steam.com. Let’s all pester Olga and Meheriet to get their drawings online too! 🙂 comararderie
Monday, December 28th, 2009
Well, thanks to the prodding of some faithful readers, I was going to attempt to draw comics right through my Christmas vacation. However, enough other stuff has come up that comics would only be stressful, and there is no room for stress in vacation! Meanwhile, though, I’ve been working with Shawn on some Easel Ain’t Easy animated vignettes, so you can look forward to that down the road. Comics shall return with regularity in the new year, and maybe a few before then, if I can find a few spare hours in what remains of 2009.
Also, I had a comic featured in the IPRC Zine, “Hamburger to Hotdog.” I haven’t seen it yet, being in Wisconsin, but I just heard from my ever-rad assistant Olga that it is now available to the public. Look for it wherever zines are found, I guess? I’ll post more info when I learn it. And why not a link to the IPRC, because they rock.
Tuesday, December 15th, 2009
Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009
Edit: Sold out! We’ll print more in 2010! Thanks for everyone who bought some!
Just in time for Christmas, we bring you the very first print-edition of Easel Ain’t Easy! The Easel Ain’t Easy box set includes 5 mini-volumes (30 comics each) of the mostly daily comic (Issues 1-150) as well as a limited edition color print, neatly packaged and ready to be slipped into the stockings of your comic-loving friends or family. And of course you’ll want a copy for yourself!
This first-edition printing is available for the low cost of $10! (+$3 shipping). Order by December 14 to ensure your package arrives by Christmas.
If you live in Portland, skip the shipping cost and buy your copy from me directly. Local buyers can also purchase individual volumes for $2 each. Please contact me with any questions firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, November 17th, 2009
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009
Tuesday, October 27th, 2009
P.S. Jen, you throw a ridiculously fun party!