One time I launched a LOOK & FIND COLORING BOOK and that time is right now.
THIS WEEKEND I thought that I’d take a break from talking about my Monster Look-N-Find book on Kickstarter to get you excited for the weekend! For those of you who have been following this blog, you’re probably familiar with the band John-Ross Boyce and His Troubles. The Utah-based Gutter/Country band has been getting a lot … Continue reading
Going to LTUE? Here’s my schedule for today: 2PM Working With Clients 3PM Art for Children’s and YA Books 6PM Writing for Comics and Web Comics 8-10PM Book Signing In case you missed yesterday’s event, here are some of the handouts I gave to panel attendees (click for full, printable size):
A few years ago I worked as Creative Director for Ology, a local company that gets college students through all their math in 8 weeks. I was in charge of advertising and design, and wanted to come up with a way to get flyers to all the hundreds of college-age Gallery Strollers without making it … Continue reading
After making several concert posters, album art, and even a Christmas card for their band, John-Ross Boyce and His Troubles are still asking for more! The band has a set of shows coming up next weekend–one is a 21-and-older electric set, and the other an acoustic set at Velour. He wanted a poster with a … Continue reading
If you didn’t set foot into a comic shop on Saturday, May 5, then you missed out on comics’ biggest event of the year: Free Comic Book Day! The first Saturday in May is and has been designated as Free Comic Book Day, for the last eleven years. Participating comic shops in North America and … Continue reading
I worked as Creative Director for two years at a company called Ology (and their sister company, AcerPlacer), in Utah. As Creative Director it was my job to come up with marketing campaigns, and fun ways to engage customers (college students), as well as to create all the appropriate advertising and graphics. Ology and AcerPlacer … Continue reading