The projects was really fun! I went to the Saturday bit and managed to forget to take photos of a lot of it. But here’s a photo of the projects sign hanging by my bunnies, Ross and Mickey Mouse embracing, and the portrait and poem Asher and Lillie craw made about me.

iprc:

Rachael Jensen’s Free Junk, published by SNOOT books at the IPRC

i’m reprinting SNOOT BOOKS while their head of staff is away in Chile.  So far Free Junk by Rachael Jensen is the first book to be reprinted.

iprc:

Rachael Jensen’s Free Junk, published by SNOOT books at the IPRC

i’m reprinting SNOOT BOOKS while their head of staff is away in Chile.  So far Free Junk by Rachael Jensen is the first book to be reprinted.

IPRC fall window display.  design by me, made with the help of lots of iprc volunteers.

IPRC fall window display.  design by me, made with the help of lots of iprc volunteers.

I’m really excited about doing the Comics / Graphic Novel certificate program starting this fall, and really honored to receive the Dylan Williams Scholarship! To read the interview, click here.

I’m really excited about doing the Comics / Graphic Novel certificate program starting this fall, and really honored to receive the Dylan Williams Scholarship! 

To read the interview, click here.

A quick queso print (with a linoleum cutter) and a poster print with misheard r.e.m. Lyrics. I’m pretty new to both things.

The local news showed a quick shot of a poster I did for Cinema 21’s kickstarter.  Today I will be finishing a display there. Their kickstarter will help them get new seats.  Consider donating, it’s a really wonderful theater.  I’ve seen The Room there several times (including a screening with Tommy Wiseau there), as well as the Japanese film Housu, and a sing-a-long showing of Mary Poppins.

The local news showed a quick shot of a poster I did for Cinema 21’s kickstarter.  Today I will be finishing a display there. Their kickstarter will help them get new seats.  Consider donating, it’s a really wonderful theater.  I’ve seen The Room there several times (including a screening with Tommy Wiseau there), as well as the Japanese film Housu, and a sing-a-long showing of Mary Poppins.