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#SMACKSundays - "And His Name Was Dilla"

For this week's "SMACK! Sundays" I wanted to do something for the Art4Dilla contest. Of course I could've went the easy route and just enter the Dilla pieces I did earlier this year but nah, that would've been too easy apparently. So inspired by an unused idea in my sketchbook that would've been a Dilla/Baatin tribute piece, I got to work on this new one.

Voting for the contest doesn't start til' Sept. 30 but of course that doesn't mean you should be able to get an early start. So if you're diggin' the piece go ahead and VOTE FOR IT!


*This message was paid for by the Vote for Smack Committee For Peace*

SMACK! Peek - Art4Dilla

Details tomorrow for #SMACKSundays...

New Sh!t Newsday - No. 71

The Revolutionary Times - No. 71 "CEOs & Favors" The Revolutionary Times' animal crime fighters soon experience the temptation side of police work at the expense of BP CEO Tony Hayward.

SMACK! Sundays

In the veins of people picking days to release new material (G.O.O.D. Fridays, Morale Mondays) I decided to put more pressure on my plate and have come up with *drum roll please* SMACK! Sundays! (That's right, let's cheer for original name titling! Yay!) So every sunday expect a new piece of art from me and what better way to start things off than by having something Kanye inspired?

And with that, here's another SMACK! SpeedComics. Vol. 14 to be exact (wow, I've made fourteen of these already? Impossible)...

EDITOR'S EDIT: You know...technically this could be apart of my The Art of Noise series. Just saying...

New Sh!t Newsday - No. 70

The Revolutionary Times - No. 70 "What Would Jose Do?"

And don't forget that the"50 Ways Of Being A Revolutionary"book is on sale NOW! Spread the word and make sure to purchase you own copy!

The Revolutionary Times "50 Ways..." On Sale NOW!

From the minds behind the comic series The Revolutionary Times™ come this go-to manual for every revolutionary in the making. A project that spanned for fifty days, this book is a compilation of all "50 Ways" sketches with added commentary from both creators Brandon Howard and Sean Mack. INCLUDING a brand new full color four page comic made JUST for the book.It took a while but it's finally out. Click on the picture to purchase the book and enjoy it's revolutionary greatness. And don't forget to spread the word! We're trying to reach the world! THE WORLD!

New Sh!t Newsday - No. 69

The Revolutionary Times - No. 69 "Bacon & Gators" 

Smack Peek: Trust A Big Butt And A Smile

It's times like this I really like my job. Really really like my job...
Stay tuned, true believers...

Riots x Women x Cut Ham

Here is the flyer and ticket designs for an upcoming show in Detroit "The Riot! Movement" happening on September 18th at the 5E Gallery, brought to you by the lovely Lala Triplett. A simple flyer for an event out at Texas Southern University done for Identical Variant model Divania (b.k.a. Vannie) And not exactly a commission, more so a Smack|Cut. This was the first involvement I had withStreet Justice before moving on to do the two page comic. Their manager Jaja hit me up to see if I was interested in designing the cover for Go H.A.A.M and this was actually my mock-up to show the direction that I was going in. But in the end, SJ group member/designer Redd took care of the artwork duties and that left me to do the comic. And now the world is filled with dopeness upon dopeness.

The Reveal Of The Black Comix Book - A Picture Rendition

So a while back, like long long time ago in a galaxy far away, I met up with comic creator John Jennings at a lecture he was having in Flint about black artist in comics (What up Zo!). After the lecture, I got a chance to chop it up with him and even show him my portfolio. So I thought that was that. I mean I'm still in college (at the time) there ain't no way I'm bout to get a big chance.

Low and behold, some time later I get approached by him in a project. A project that would round up a stable of truly talented individuals in comics who just so happen to be African-American. Just imagine a new Justice League/Avengers type squad led by Luke Cage and John Stewert (The Black Green Lantern) and you'd picture this incredible list of artists. So of course why wouldn't I take up the chance? So I offer some artwork and bio and let John and Damian Duffy do their magic...

...A year and some change later, I get ring at the doorbell and a mysterious package has been left a…

New Sh!t Newsday - No. 68

The Revolutionary Times - No. 68 "Bend It Like Beck"
Before the RT team can pull off "Operation: End Beck," they receive more heavenly guidance into the actual inner workings of the country's would-be reformer.