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Illustrations for Bicycle Times for their issue coming out in a few days. I feel like these are a little bit different than what I normally do.
Still playing around with creating gifs. What isn’t better than a fartin’ bologna?
(the answer is: nothing)
With Halloween on the way, I had this idea sitting in my head for weeks! This is my very first gif! I hope it brings all of you ghouls and beasts a very happy Meowloween.
Find my bike ninja in the latest issue of Bicycle Times.
James and I finally have our comic for sale. He has some over at his shop, and I have some for sale at my shop. Let the battle begin to who can sell the most. mwahaha!
You can buy Mystic Pets here. It is a mini comic/zine featuring 4 little comics by James Lloyd and Julia Green. More details in my store.
I finished this quite a while ago and forgot to share with with everyone. I was really fortunate this year to get asked to do the poster for Hyde Park Street Fair. Everyone in Boise awaits this event every end of summer. It’s a whole lot of fun and has warped and grown a lot in the last 35 years.
I based the design off of what the street fair used to look like, and the iconic signs that partially still exist in Hyde Park.
A gig poster for a show coming up real quick! It is at one of the coolest and weirdest places in Boise, the El Korah Shrine—the gathering place of Boise Shriners. The building has been occupied for ever and they have the COOLEST neon sign that hangs in front of the stage. It’s also massive, and in the basement is a bar where you get served by old men shriners who make grandpa jokes at you.
A page from the quick comic James Lloyd and I are creating together
Working on a comic right now with James Lloyd. It will be printed in a few weeks!
A crazy old wood grained sea captain shows his face in Boise and brings his homemade harpoon! Julia Green, Boise Graphic Artist
Crazy Sea Captain I built at work—along with a GIANT 7’ harpoon. People thought the harpoon was real!
Latest illustration in Bicycle Times. It’s a comment on putting peanut butter on hamburgers. WTF? (I’d eat it)
Here are some Save the Dates I designed for my friends Laura and Sarah, who are getting married next summer, and I get to be a bridesmaid of! I will also be designing the invites and other important things to the wedding.
It is an accordion folded StD, based on travel for the wedding.
It was absolutely a blast to make this wedding gift, from the bride to the groom (my friends). I have also recently made Save the Dates and have more wedding invite creations on the way.
Email me for quotes on custom wedding invites.
Another poster, and another screen print available at the concert. Most likely there will be posters available online after the show.