Here’s the art for the new 12″ x 12″ Fun-boy pillow soon available on Etsy from our “Jumbee” shop.
The front of course depicts FB in his trademark tighty whities cowboy outfit and the back … Read more
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This the Giant Madalla figure from Shikaruna Koubo, made in Japan. He’s larger than a standard size kaiju figure which is normally 8-9 inches…he’s almost 12 inches … Read more
Here’s a wonderful article I found on Ping-Mag about the origins of manga and a lost art in Japan known as Kamishibai. Kamishibai was live storytelling on the streets of Japan for children and adults. … Read more
Fortress of Solitude illustration from my new Superman picture book
Richard Donner Superman movie 1978
The original fortress from the silver age was built into the side of an artic mountain and Superman (or … Read more
SAY WHAAAT?! Monsters is a new brand featuring monster characters like Frankenstein, Werewolf, Nosferatu and more scary but kid friendly classic creatures. I’m first introducing them as various lines of home decor products like pillows … Read more
An inexpensive little model kit that put a huge smile on me and my son’s faces.
Based on the legendary, larger, plastic remote control Redking kit from the 60s, this little gem
was quick and … Read more
I’m finally getting around to posting sneak peeks of my Superman picture book being released April 1st 2010, available in bookstores everywhere and amazon. Check the blog for sketches and doodles that lead to … Read more
Click on the image above for a quick animated intro to Honk & friends.… Read more
The DIY revolution is already here and the resources and capabilities are truly empowering the independent proletarians. The Feb. 2010 issue of Wired truly inspires.
This pantomime (wordless) picture book contains twelve comic-strip style stories about a little boy looking for adventure. But all he seems to find are misadventures.
Designed in large-format comic book style (two panels per page, four per story), this bright, bold book will inspire children to tell each tale in their own words. It’s perfect for pre-readers!
This is big…really big!
I’m talkin’ huge, camera-shaking stomping down the street big!
This is about five normal everyday twelve-year-old kids that transform into 100ft monsters that fight for good and defend the world from evil! As big as buildings! Fists that crush skyscrapers! Tails that crash down shaking mountains to their core! Body slams in the ocean that cause tidal waves!
Of course, it’s not all kicking big, giant, evil monster booty. Being really big monsters, our heroes can use buses as Q-tips (with all the passengers grossed out by the monster ear wax); they can use light posts as toothpicks, buildings as backscratchers, burst water pipes/fire hydrants as drinking fountains, buildings as projection screens to watch movies.
These were were concepts I wrote for short animations introducing each Kaiju Patrol character. I really enjoy creating animatics. It’s a way to really get to the heart of your ideas and gags and fine … Read more