Monday, June 30, 2008

3 illustration, 2 shows, and 1 long, sick, weekend


For Phoenix Magazine. The article is about the woman who was afraid to pull over for a cop on a dark road and was finally pulled over where the cop proceeded to smash her window and arrest her. She was going 10 miles over the speed limit.


For Baltimore City Paper. The article is about the connection between Dennis Wilson's final album and a reissue of a Droids album.


For Philly Weekly about math rockers Polvo.

4 comments:

brandon said...

Hi! I'm Brandon and I wrote the Wilson/Droids article. I can't describe how excited I was to not only see my article published but accompanied by your really great art: C3PO with a Beard on a space-beach?? Awesome.

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