I am a proud ambassador for the oldest craft brewery in the United States. Anchor Brewing is a legendary beer from San Francisco, fondly drank all over planet earth. I had the pleasure of drawing this poster, and some beer coasters to celebrate their 125th anniversary this year. There are screen prints available from Anchor Public Taps, 495 De Haro Street, here in San Francisco.
“Tiny Skulls Print Set”
(3) tiny 4″ x 4″ skull screen prints
Sold in a string and button closure envelope
Printed by the legendary Bloom Press in Oakland
On 100# uncoated acid free cream stock
In a closed edition of 50 signed and numbered print sets.
$50. per set
Available from Spoke Art Gallery as my contribution to their annual Serigraph show
Opening this Saturday 816 Sutter St, San Francisco California.
In person sales start on Saturday at the gallery, 10am to 6pm.
Online sales begin next Thursday at 10am at spoke-art.com
I recently drew some tee shirt designs for comedian Tom Segura. In exchange he paid me some money, and agreed to write some jokes about me and my cat. The designs are available here:
My current exhibition, “Living In The Past”, is a selection of drawings, screen prints, and photographs (by Jon Dragonette) from my recent Haight Street Artist in Residency project with SF Heritage and Grants For The Arts. The show will open on 4/17/21 at The Haight Street Art Center, 215 Haight St. here in San Francisco. The day of the exhibition I will release a very special limited shirt collaboration with FTC skate shop, Love On Haight and Ben Davis. Also that day I will release a special jacket collaboration with Derby Jackets that is a tribute to vintage SF Muni, and the old Haight Streetcar. Please follow up on social media for more information on the show, the shirt, and the jacket releases.
My next solo show of drawings opens at BlackBook Gallery in Denver Colorado on October 24th, and is appropriately titled “These Covidian Times”
I drew these 24 blue and black ink drawings during the first six months of this Covid-19 pandemic. I was fortunate to have my health, my cat, good people to shelter with, and in great spaces to live and draw. It was tough times to watch my neighborhood, my city, and the whole world struggle to understand and endure these crazy times spent inside the house, and inside our minds. I tried to use my time drawing, and this extensive time alone, to explore new ways to stay as positive as possible during such a turbulent time in human history.
These 24 original ink drawings are available for sale from The BlackBook Gallery in Denver Colorado: firstname.lastname@example.org
Each drawing is 11″ x 14″, Sakura ink on Strathmore Bristol board, comes framed, and were drawn during These Covidian Times 2/2020-8/2020.