Category Archives: Drawing
Maybe the most legendary prank in Alberta history. Media: Permanent Marker on T-shirt. You’re welcome for the free advertising, Mountain Equipment Co-op.
Years ago I designed this poster. Slightly less years ago fantastic human Kirk Mitchell turned it into, like a real-looking poster. Now they are for sale through the Edmonton Bicycle Commuters. 100% factual labels for bike parts. Very useful.
I think I have that for steampunks. Here is the coal powered laptop I’m running. It’s actually not much of an exaggeration. I have a ten year old macbook pro, and it runs hot enough that there might actually be a little … Continue reading
I’m so glad you asked. Apparently ice is slippery. On the upside, I didn’t get a bone fragment, I didn’t break my styloid, or my scaphoid, which are much more difficult to manage, and when it knits up, I should … Continue reading
So, at my old job there was a huge raven that lived in the back alley by the shop. You would see it eating pigeons, and occasionally you could hear it singing and whistling to itself in that doddering old … Continue reading
Turns out I never stopped illustrating my notes. More below the break.
reason 1: spent too much time re-illustrating the textbook this post dredged up from 2007.
You can take this idea. I don’t have time to make it this year. Just remember to send me pictures. If you don’t have time either, send it to a friend who takes Halloween seriously.
Based on a true story.