Science fiction author Norman Spinrad introduced me to the word “Egoboo” in his book “He Walked Among Us”. “Egoboo” is defined by that reference for the real world, Wikipedia, as: “...a colloquial expression for the pleasure received from public recognition of voluntary work. “ In those terms, this portfolio is definitely Egoboo for me. It’s... [click here for more]
Try something new and let the good times roll!
Visit an amusement park, join a rock band, hunt ghosts, play foosball, and celebrate new year's eve in Times Square. Then go sailing, kite-surfing and hot-air ballooning! How about Mardi Gras? Or downhill skiing? Or a visit to the Windy City? Or perhaps you'd rather just stay home with your cat? You can do all that and more in this colorful book of over... [click here for more]
All Aboard! Hop on to travel the world with this colorful collection of beautifully illustrated picture puzzles.
Take a riverboat safari in Africa, kayak in the Arctic, and go walkabout in the Australian Outback. Then go Scottish country dancing, wear a fahionable Ghanaian Kanga Cloth, and do the Tango with an Argentine Alligator. Donâ€™t forget to visit the Carnival in Rio, a Parisian... [click here for more]
The mind of Henry Flint is a galaxy of beautiful atrocities – a nightmare factory where the bestial becomes benign, the mundane magical.
Henry Flint is at once a full-service doodling savant and a one-man alien zoo, and this never-before-seen collection of his personal work is an attempt to chart a single, crooked leg of the artistic journey he takes daily.
Welcome to the best of the bestiary.... [click here for more]
The first sketchbook by this veteran animation character designer and storyboarder and creator (Kissyfur) focuses on mice: hundreds of cartoon mice, in many variations, drawn with charm and appeal and verve. ... [click here for more]
The second sketchbook by this veteran animation character designer and storyboarder and creator (Kissyfur) focuses on bears.
"All the pudgy, cute sketches I've done over the years while on the planet." - Phil Mendez ... [click here for more]