Friday, November 18

I'm running a contest now through next friday on my Twitter and Facebook pages. Give me an #FF on Twitter or Like a certain image on Facebook for your chance to win a poster from my store.

Friday, July 22

My Brother, My Brother and Me

I was recently commissioned by the Brothers McElroy to design a t-shirt for them. They liked the design so much, we decided to make a poster of it as well. Unfortunately, the poster is only available at live shows, but the t-shirt is available at the official MaxFunStore!

New Video Game Poster!

I'm expanding my Society6 store, so I thought I'd put up something new for everyone. It's available as a gallery quality inkjet print, stretched canvas and, by popular demand, an iPhone case.

I'm going to keep making stuff as long you guys keep buying it. Thanks everyone for your support, and I hope you keep digging this stuff.

Wednesday, June 15

Slime Daddy

I've been pretty busy believe it or not, just haven't posted in a while.

Thought I'd share my Ghostbusters inspired print for the Molded Heroes show at the Sixty Bones Gallery in Aurora, IL back in April. Titled "Slime Daddy" and inspired by Ed "Big Daddy" Roth. I wanted to come up with a way to represent my two favorite toys (Ghostbuster and Hot Wheels) from when I was a kid, as well as my appreciation for the Roth style. The print itself is 20"x 20", and it's beautiful.

 This was drawn by me (natch) and printed by the wonderful folks at Delicious Design League in Chicago, IL. I've worked with them a bunch, they are upstanding gentlemen.

You can see photos of the actual print and purchase your own copy at Sixty Bones

Monday, February 28

MBMBaM Tote Bag

The Brothers McElroy have been keeping me pretty busy, and I couldn't be happier working with them. Since they joined up with Maximum Fun, they asked me to come up with a design for MBMBaM tote bag for donors to the MaxFun Drive. So I put together something for them that combines 3 of my favorite things in the world: Comedy, Inspiration and Space. This is actually an idea that I've had for ages and I'm so glad I got the opportunity to implement it in such a fun way.

Don't forget to donate to the MaxFun Drive to get your tote, or one of the other totes emblazoned with the various podcasts of Maximum Fun.

Speaking of MaxFun, if you purchase anything from my store between now at March 14, 25% of the profits will be donated to MaxFun! As an added bonus, there's free domestic shipping as well!

Hit the jump to see some other recent MBMBaM works.

Thursday, February 17

Windy City Rollers

My friend Liz, a.k.a. Joanie Utah, asked me to create a limited edition poster for last years Womens Flat Track Derby Association's National Championship. I jumped at the opportunity to work for some of the hardest working women I've ever seen.

Even better, this poster is available for purchase here.

Liz got me hooked to Roller Derby, and if you ever have a chance to check it out in person, please do.

Hit the jump to see an alternate poster I did that I thought was almost as rad as this one. Its still pretty cool, so I thought I'd share.


Saturday, November 6

So I finally created a storefront to sell the remaining Video Game posters, as well as a platform for me to more easily sell things direct. You can check it out at

Tuesday, October 5

National Television Debut?

MBMBaM fan Gregory Posey appeared on the season finale of Tosh.0 the other night wearing a t-shirt featuring the logo I designed for the McElroys. I thought it was pretty rad to see some of my artwork on national television, even if it is Tosh.0.

photo courtesy Griffin McElroy

Saturday, October 2

Kill Screen Magazine

This piece was featured on the back cover of the newest issue of Kill Screen Magazine. I was absolutely thrilled to be given the chance to have something featured in such a rad magazine.
I'm hard at work doing some more work for them for the next issue as well, It's all going to be super cool and I can't wait to work with them more.

Wednesday, August 11

Bob Ball

Professional Voice Artist Bob Ball approached me recently to design a logo that could be use on his website as well as future collateral like business cards. He is a big fan of old school microphones, and old school is what I'm all about. I wanted to evoke a mid-40's to mid-50's vibe while still keeping the logo entirely timeless. I loved the idea of being able to point to elements of the logo that represent different era's but not being able to place the whole in any one era.

Click here to see the other versions I did for Bob that add a little bit more personality.