I recently designed this title card for a cool new scripted podcast called “Tales from the Swan Hotel.” It it essentially a Twilight Zone-esque anthology of stories about the various players of a fictionalized Golden-Age Hollywood…and about their gruesome deaths.
You can listen to their first episode—The Would-Be Starlet— here, or expect to find them on the i-Tunes store and Stitcher within the week.
For more info, check out their Facebook page.
My wife—meganlynnkott—and I have a few new designs up for scoring right now on Threadless! If you have an account (or would be willing to start one) please consider voting for them, and also share them with any friends who would also want to see them get made.
We have three of our Chimera paintings up for the vote, which you can find here, here, and here.
And Megan has two solo entries in the Dogs challenge which you can find here and here.
Thanks so much for everyone’s support!
"Pliny the Elder…in the fashion of David the Gnome" as requested by one of the hosts of the excellent podcast Sawbones.
If you don’t know Sawbones, you should give it a listen—each week they pick an specific medical issue, and go through the history of all the CRAZY things that people have done in history to address that medical issue. The hysteria episode is a particular favorite of mine.
Also, it’s pledge drive week over at MaximumFun.org. If you know and love their various shows, please consider donating a little bit. If you know and don’t love their various shows, then I just don’t know what to do with you. I’m sure jessethorn would agree.
Label YOUR Necronomicon (or other arcane tomes) with these handsome, self-adhesive bookplates. Featuring original art by Justin DeVine and
Now available on my ETSY shop (link above)
CONGRATULATIONS C-CKS-CKER! collection of four 4.25x5.5 greeting cards by Justin DeVine of art duo: Decisions and Revisions.
If you like excellent
television shows, congratulating people for doing things, and also vulgarity, well then these are the cards for you! Check ‘em out!
EDIT: It’s not television, it’s HBO.