I was excited to participate in the Year of the Unicorn 2015 calendar with this drawing (which became Mr. January). The Year of the Unicorn was a successful Kickstarter project that was launched by Matt Bryan.
For my entry I wanted to challenge some of the cliche queer connections made with unicorns by avoiding pink and rainbows, but also celebrate the queerness by shattering the unicorn's fence and chains. My drawing is based one of the famous Unicorn Tapestries that can be seen at The Cloisters in New York.
I am very excited to share this illustration that accompanied an article by Zan McQuade in the Redleg Annual 2015. The article is all about the role of social media in the lives of professional baseball players. This image was inspired by an actual encounter she had with Mat Latos who asked her why anyone would want a picture of him on their cellphone.
If you aren't familiar with it, this image is based on this famous photograph of George Brett:
You can purchase the Redleg Annual here.
So... I made a new book! It's a small, experimental book of drawings. I wouldn't exactly call it a comic, but "sequential art" fits the bill nicely. There isn't really a story, but the drawings are presented in the order of their creation and hopefully some sort of meaning can be gleaned from this. You can see all of the drawings in the Ectoplasm gallery here.