Man… my mom’s insistence of Barry Manilow on this Christmas mix I’m making her is really clashing with the Andrew Bird/Best Coast vibe I’m shooting for…
Yeesh… Coming to terms with my hairline tonight.
I AM A GRAVEYARD follows undead detective Jim Strick as he navigates through life, dealing with everyday stresses, a new relationship, and a bevy of supernatural threats. At its heart, I AM A GRAVEYARD is about learning to accept who and what you are, decaying flesh and all.
The book is 192 pages and you can buy it here.
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Stocked up on books for some winter readin’! The Goldfinch, HONY, Hyperbole and a Half, Hip Hop Family Tree: I’ve never felt more connected to Tumblr and the world. It feeeeeeels good.
Had so much fun a few months ago putting together this True Blood-inspired airline safety card for HBO and Chronicle Books’ Steve Newlin’s Field Guide to Vampires and Other Creatures of Satan. Just got a copy and the rest of the book is incredible! It’s full of all these really great sketchbook-style drawings and layouts. Attention to detail: another damn reason to love Chronicle Books.
Things I Learned From Shakespeare by M. Scott
Had the great pleasure of working with Time magazine on another set of portraits recently, this time featuring prominent teen inventors.
Vulture and I put together some fun New Girl paper dolls for your free enjoyment! Jess, Nick, Schmidt and Winston all ready for a round of True American on your desk. Check out the high-res versions over at Vulture.
Skottie knows what’s up.
Perfect advice. Making the decision to only (or mostly) do work that fits what you’re trying to do or be, and turning down this kind of “free exposure” work - even if you’re just starting out - can be a major, major boost. Not only does it foster self-respect and confidence in yourself, but it really backs you into a corner and forces you to aim for better things.
Not exactly keeping with a Veteran’s Day theme, but here are two recent assignments I was really happy with that incidentally feature an American flag! So that’s something. These two ran recently in The Hollywood Reporter, the first concerning Gravity possibly saving the 3D movie, and the other for an article about China’s growing presence in the film industry.