After a little delay, the Creepachu screen prints JR Goldberg and I did are just about ready to gelatinously explode into the $Z.99 store this coming week (currently down for maintenance getting all tarted up for you!), so keep an eye out for them but don’t get any in your eye or you’re just outright fucked.
It’s a two print set, with Goldberg and I each taking a stab at the kind of Pikachu you don’t want getting anywhere near you or your loved ones. The set is $60 and each print is signed by their respective jerk!
Now here’s a thing, yeah? J.R. had been making these lil hand-painted buttons for a bit when, one night, while walking the streets in search of crime to fight, I hit upon the idea of doing sets of the things together. The theme for the buttons would be ‘Mortal Enemies’, with one of us painting one character and the other painting their mortal enemy, whomever or whatever that may be.
Having finished my second character ahead of time, I took to filming J.R. painting said character’s nemesis, a somewhat sickly looking lizard man.
I figure this helps demonstrate what goes into these tiny images, and also shows off my coveted Pope mug.
It’s a bit nicer looking in HD over on the actual Vimeo site.
Seriously loving these one of a kind buttons J.R. Goldberg’s selling over at her recently opened Etsy shop. The loony’s actually making these things herself, painting each one individually before encasing it in carbonite (quite safe).
I actually have a few and the thing’s are just lovely, but I got in before she started doing the awesome zombie series, so I’m just a bit jealous of the jerks that grab these I am.
What do you do while you’re eating all of my food? Well, if you’re J.R. Goldberg, you make an insanely cool poster based on my epic Baby Beehead story as featured in the new American classic, Jellyfist.
It’s very much an elaborated upon version of the character from the comic, so much so that each individual bee now has its own character. My personal favorites include the “Astroboy” Bee, and the “Sucking on Sombrero” Bee, while others, like “Middle Aged Woman” Bee, and any of the others that look like normal human heads with gimpy bee bodies, just upset me.
Yesss, Baby Beehead has come a long way since being scrawled about in an old notebook of mine who knows how many years ago, almost taking on illustrated life in a project I was doing with Crab Scrambly that got scrapped in favor of Everything Can be Beaten. But now, here he is, for you to gaze into and lose days of your life trying to pick out all the different bees you might recognize.
Should be out right alongside the Ambush at Prayer Time poster, appearing first at the San Diego Comicon and then in stores both online and in actual physical life. Amazing, I know.