Drawings, paintings, and indecipherable scribblings 1970-1982
Sunday, April 8, 2007
From February 10, 1975, we see here the front and back of a mixed-media piece that makes at least as good of an Easter card as it does a Valentine. Christ is risen... now make with the candy, already! Amen.
You might well ask. I was born in 1968, and by 1970 I had passed through my fecal-mural phase and done my first recognizable drawing (a rabbit head inside a balloon--possibly inspired by the Mickey Mouse balloons seen at fairs and parades, but that's just speculation). Over the next 11 or 12 years, until my work turned to crap as I hit my teens, I amassed a vast body of work. Unlike most folks, I still have almost all of it, thanks to the efforts of my late mother. Now, through the miracle of modern technology, I'm going to share it with you intermittently, until it becomes apparent that nobody cares, or I get bored, whichever comes first.
(born 1968) American designer, cartoonist, and comic pusher, perhaps best known for appearance in HATE #15. Married w/two dogs. No tattoos, multiple scars, but none notable. Suspect should be considered armed and dangerous.