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Showing posts from June, 2011

IV x "Wealthy"

The latest tee from Identical Variant is up for pre-orders as we speak. The “Wealthy” shirt, set to be released on July 15th, is the first of many designed by yours truly under my new “Head Of Design” title (I’m gonna gloat ‘bout it every time) with art direction from owner Randall “JP” Pointer. Sizes currently range from Small to 3XL. And since it’s a limited supply, you should probably get yours now!

New Sh!t Newsday - No. 105

No rose bearers were groped during the making of this strip.

New Sh!t Newsday - No. 104

In the words of Donald Glover, black guy on Mad Men. I'm tellin' you it's going down...
...because they were the ones who operated the elevators. No? Okay, we'll stick to comics.

IV x YaBoyLV x AOHH (June 17th)

Yep, it’s that time again. IV’s monthly hip-hop showcase, in connection with YaBoyLV, returns for June to bring the cool through music and art. The show is at the Greater Flint Arts Council (816 S. Saginaw St. Flint, Michigan), starting at 8PM with a $5 admission. Past showcases have featured Michigan based artists such as Yung Domino, Jon Connor, RocStea’D, Mama Sol, Nug, and others. So who knows who will grace the stage this Friday. Make sure not to miss out!

Yung Classix - Life On The Grid

Just revealed, here's the cover I designed for fellow BLAT! Pack member Yung Classix and his upcoming beat tape, Life On The Grid, to be released soon this summer. Stay tuned for more BLAT! inspired artwork soon including the artwork for The Kick, the collaborative album from emcee Red Pill and producer Hir-O.

I. AM. A. GOD!

I take compliments a little extreme sometimes.

SC - No. 46 "Swag Ton Major"

Actual hipsters are kept afloat by tiny wires made of recycled ironic band t-shirts.

I Wanna Sex You Up

Apparently people have made up a holiday known as National Sex Day. I accept such ludicrous challenges.

(No, I'm not actually shagging vending machines. Who needs sex when you have all these 

New Sh!t Newsday - No. 103

We here at The Revolutionary Times believe the children are the future. That's why we plead to all parents...let's stick the storytelling to the professionals. Like Slick Rick.

Bring Your Love, Baby. I Can Bring My Shame...

Here’s some quick (VERY QUICK) insomnia art inspired by The Weeknd’s song of the same name. Done between actually working on freelance projects with a mix of insomnia and Mad Men playing in the background.

RT x Spread The Revolution #004

As inspired by the words of Kendrick Lamar's newest song "HiiiPower." Also check out the process (and the creative differences) that was behind the newest illustration in an edition of "SMACK! SpeedComics"

New Sh!t Newsday - No. 102

Other symptoms of heavy cell phone usage include pro tractable claws and the ability to control Bill O' Reilly's mind.