Friday, October 24, 2014

A Plug from Aldous Huxley

Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Aldous Huxley. As the renowned author of Brave New World, I've written quite extensively on the potential follies and achievements of humanity's future.

For example, I take no hesitation in proposing that Michael Neno can draw for you. As you can plainly see, he even drew me. Mr. Neno is available for commissions, assignments and projects involving drawing, designing, painting, coloring, inking and lettering. He can paint your cat, on canvas, or a Centrifugal Bumble-Puppy. He can draw or paint the preferred,
frolickingly animated personage of your dear child's youth, or Obstacle Golf. Original art can make for delightful holiday presents.

You can contact Mr. Neno by direct messaging, emailing or twittering on a whimsical technological tracking and control device I didn't predict, but should have.
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Found this week; my twenty-year old issues of Salmagundi, featuring Galaxion, one of my favorite small press series, by creator Tara Tallan. Also posted: a 1993 Galaxion Christmas card. I'm waaay behind on this series, but am looking forward to getting caught up.
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Curse the Owl-Man!

A page I lettered for Verl Holt Bond's upcoming graphic novel, The Witches of Dunforge.
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Pure Comic Joy

Art by Mike Sekowsky and Bernard Sachs.
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Drawn for Jennifer Smither's The Hunter. Working hard on it every day!
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The Ipana Way

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

My Work Is in the Columbus Monthly!

So cool that Columbus Monthly magazine used art from the chapter I drew with story by Martin Weston and script by Julian Dassai, to open their article about the Short North Posse, "The End of Gangland", by Michelle Sullivan. On stands now! Thanks again, Jean Pitman!

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