Friday, March 20, 2009

Hey. Hey you. You should go to this show because my piece "Family Trip Plus One" is in it. It opens March 28 at Gallery Nucleus in LA - I've been wanting to hang something there for years!

The opening is the day after GDC, so barring I am not too wiped out to make the drive down to LA, I plan on being there. :D I know I haven't had much new art (do I say this every post?) and I wish I could show you guys the awesomeness I have been making at work, but that all has to wait. <3

Maybe in between bouts of work this weekend I can whip something up?

Thursday, March 05, 2009

Yippee! I just found out that this piece was accepted into Curvy Vol. 2!

Here's proof!

A snippet from their site:

"CURVY remains an international favourite amongst lovers of art and supporters of female artists. Each year the book features 100 of the most exciting female graphic designers and illustrators from over 20 countries around the world!

CURVY is a must for anyone passionate about graphic design and illustration that wants to be inspired by a new generation of outstanding female creative talent. Produced by YEN magazine - CURVY kicks off in April & consists of a cool limited edition book and a national event tour

Though not necessarily an erotic anthology (though it does feature such), they tend to have edgy and cult-ish sorts of work featured in each annual. BIG THANKS to Martin for bringing the call for entries to my attention!

I'll post art soon. Honest.

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

So, I totally forgot to mention that I was at Wonder Con this weekend, with a booth of my own. While I was supposed to share with Lauren Faust and her husband Craig, they both feel ill at the last minute and had to stay home to recover. ;__; They were definitely missed by myself and by all of the fans who stopped by to wish them well!

I mostly sold art books, signed prints and greeting cards at my booth; "Meeting Place", "Popke and Puddin'" and "The Princess" were quite popular! Proof that I'm not the only one who loves fuzzy animals and boobs. I saw some old faces and met many new ones, one of my favorites being my neighbor who was selling handmade corsets while wearing a leather kilt. You just can't beat that. Big thanks to everyone who came by to show their support!

These are a few Post-its that I drew up while at the Con. They didn't sell too well, which surprised me because I thought people wanted to buy originals. I might shellac these onto some pieces of wood for a better presentation.

Now to catch up on Etsy orders that I need to fill and pull my thoughts back together. Cons are draining, y'all! <3