Large woodblock relief print, inspired by Hunter S. Thompson's, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Woodblock relief print, It's embarrassing when you drink too much.
Woodblock relief print
Woodblock relief print. A stuffed animal from childhood.
Woodblock relief print. Sometimes you need a man in a bear suit to stop a fire.
Woodblock Relief print. The drying remainders of cacti are called cactus skeletons.
A woodblock relief portrait of Paul Rengall. My relief instructor, who likes to play banjo and play music with his friends. Very inspirational.
A lithographic portrait of my cat earning rent money. She's a bad cat.
Lithographic print. For the colored puke, I used chinc o le. Inspired by Futurama's Bender, a robot who drinks too much. Do robots throw up?
Lithographic print. No chinc o le on this one. A robot puking.
Wood block relief. Even bears have problems and have to deal with consequences.
Woodblock relief. A young cup cake isn't sure what has happened to Dad. Dad's top is off.
Lithographic Noir print of a child eating the stuffing out of his bear. The Bear's color is chinc o le.
Woodblock relief print. Inspired by a book of advertizements entitled, "The Male Mystique"
Woodblock relief. A naked monster hides in the closet.
Woodblock relief. A naked mustached woman rides a unicycle. It can only mean one thing, victory!
Woodblock relief. A weenie struggles with being a weenie.
Woodblock relief. Mayonnaise has to get skinny somehow.
Intaglio print. Inspired by Johnny Cash's song, Delia's Gone.
Woodblock relief print. Mayonnaise suffers and assumes she is excluded because of her size in comparison to the couple that is Mustard and Ketchup.
A relief printed card. Inside it warns, "Don't let the KKK take your baby away." An encouraging note that tells your friends to protect their babies. Also, a Ramones song.
A wood block greeting card to give your loved one stating, "You're the One!" Just as Sesame Street's Bert exclaimed from his bath tub.
A collection of incidents and stories that document the troubles I have living with my brain injury