Sunday, August 30, 2009


Seen above: screen-printed poster to be cut vertically.

Seen above: select ceramic bones.

Friday, Sept. 4th
at the Lucent Phoenix Resource Center
located in Gallery5
200 W. Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23220
804 644 0005

When Dinos Ruled RVA! is a publics arts project as faux archaeological dig. There Once Was A Rebellion's (T.O.W.A.R.) Public Arts Collective has buried 20 sculpted ceramic "dinosaur bones" around the city of Richmond. Maps of the bones' whereabouts will be placed near the dig sites - as well as The Lucent Phoenix Resource Center - with clues to help the People of Richmond find them. People are then to take the bones to the Lucent Phoenix before or during the opening reception, Friday, September 4th, to receive a prize. The opening reception of When Dinos Ruled RVA! will include dino themed refreshments, cartoons, prizes, shirts, posters and more! Please joins us in this fun adventure to promote the public arts and acknowledge our magnificent predecessors whom have shared our planet earth.

Below are jpgs of the maps to find the dinosaurs. Just click on them to see a larger image. X MARKS THE SPOT!

Monday, August 17, 2009

The Progressive is in trouble!

Many may already know about The Progressive, but it's a very old non-profit, liberal news magazine that showcases tons of great illustrations. This year is their 100th, but it also may be their last, since along with many other publications they are having difficulty staying afloat. But YOU can help. You can easily make donations on their website. I realize that many of us artist types are broke as crap right now, but even small donations can help. It would be terrible to lose such a great magazine like The Progressive. Give back to an organization that has supported illustration for so long. Donate here!


Wednesday, August 12, 2009


After some delay Rebecca's animated short has finally made its way online!!

The film has just started to be shown in festivals and has already received many accolades. Including the award for best Experimental Film in NYC's Animation Block Party. She is currently working on Pug Davis, which will soon be hitting comic stores with its first collected volume.

Monday, August 3, 2009


please come check out my new blurg showcasing the best of the best in vomiting!