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Print for Rotland Press

This detail is of an illustration I originally did for R. Crumb’s Weirdo back in the mid 80’s. It depicts a hapless knucklehead digging in the trash for a tossed out winning lottery ticket. The background is of a Lower East Side fantasia including a piece of graffiti of Rosie the Robot by 80’s East Village painter, Kenny Scharf. Like a lot of other fools, I bought lottery tickets when I lived in Hoboken and was a poor starving cartoonist. This version was from a limited edition print by Rotland Press. Sorry folks, these are all sold out. But if you want prints for sale check out this page.

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More Blake Sketches 3

Here’s a bunch of character sketches I did for a French production company’s cartoon GET BLAKE. My partner, Antoine and I sold the show that ran for a season. But that’s another story. With these sketches I was trying all kinds of different shapes in order to find the main character. None of these versions made it to the final. But I like the energy of all these goofy figures on the same page.

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a book jacket sketch

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walrus pile

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