Well, it seems I’m just now coming down from the high of all the attention bestowed upon me at the Laughter and Raindrops show. What an amazing time we all had! The library staff did an incredible job of creating a fun, happy space for my work to live in for the next few months. Thank-you Tony Tallent, Clo Cammarata, and the rest of the Richland County Public Library crew for your hospitality and hard work. Your passion for the library and its patrons shines through! And a big thank-you everyone who made it to the opening. I so appreciate your support!
I believe it will run until January 2013… so, you have plenty of time to catch it before the apocalypse!
A nice write up culled from my past interviews.
I recorded the process of how I created the show poster from sketch to final.
Noah enjoyed all the food and drinks! He looks a bit confused. I think he thought I just play video games all day!
My supportive family– Mom and stepdad drove all the way from Tennessee!
Some of the awesome library peeps!
Inspiration! By the way, the Richland County Public Library has the only Where The Wild Things Are mural that Maurice Sendak approved. It is AMAZING. If you don’t like my stuff, it’s worth the trip just for that!
Mom looks proud
Train commissioned by Crocodile Creek. I hope it comes out soon!
A lovely display of some puzzles and toys I illustrated for eeBoo. I just love them. They were one of the first companies to send me jobs. They are the best. Please support them!
6 and counting! I love music and I love illustrating albums. Thank-you Jellydots, Lunch Money, and The Okee Dokee Brothers!
Oh, Molly and Jay from Lunch Money came by to show their support. You guys rock!
But is it ART? Did you know The Okee Dokee Brothers album, Can You Canoe? is on the ballot for a Grammy this year? Now that’s highfalutin!
Me and Tony Tallent. What a guy!