I'm thrilled to say my book-baby The Big Book of Bisexual Trials and Errors is done and currently being printed! It will officially debut at LA Comic Con on October 29th and 30th, and be available at www.northwestpress.com in November.
All the Confederate flags and monuments have got to go. And with them, we've got to get rid of the systemic, pervasive white supremacy that has been in our country for centuries.
Open source, please share. If you want a print out it's here.
Exciting news! The Kickstarter for "The Big Book of Bisexual Trials and Errors was successfully funded. Yipee!
THANK YOU to everyone who donated! You absolutely made this possible.
Books will be shipped in late October. Stay tuned for updates!
BIG NEWS! Kickstarter Gold and Northwest Press are working with me to bring you THE BIG BOOK OF BISEXUAL TRIALS AND ERRORS. This will be a giant book of bisexual dating stories and tales about empowering queer spaces, like the Lexington Club. I hope you check it out and support the project! Making personal, queer art in this age is an act of creation, resistance, and vulnerability, and I couldn't do it without you.
I'll post updates here! <3 <3 <3
In my generosity / to save myself time, I made a flowchart to head off this question I get at every convention.
I am going to make open-sourced art for everyone resisting Trump. The Queers #Resist sign is my first, but more to come! Please download either the 8.5x11 one or the square one for your sign or facebook usage. You can also download the original vector files if you want to download them bigger or smaller. #RESIST! Link is HERE
On the many benefits of going for a walk.
I was commissioned by Swarthmore College to create this comic and inside page for their alumni magazine!
Working with Courage Campaign, I designed this billboard supporting Colin Kaepernick's patriotic protest of police violence. As this ABC News article says:
The digital billboard on I-80 near the Bay Bridge was created by the Courage Campaign. It reads "Patriotism" with a photo of Colin Kaepernick next to it.
The Courage Campaign is an online movement aimed at raising awareness of issues like economic justice, human rights and corporate and political accountability. Tim Molina, one of the campaign creators, said they back Kaepernick's message.
"Patriotism isn't rising for a national anthem or following a flag, it is fighting to make this country the best country it can be," Molina said, "Black lives matter and the protest Kaepernick is doing, is just supporting that".
Excited to announce that I have been added to this show! Will show art about the Lexington Club along with other amazing artists, plus a screening of Never a Cover. Qulture Collective, 6:00PM on Friday, September 2nd 2016.
ClimateTruth.org asked me to design a big poster with their core values on it, and this is my work on it so far. Still some tweaks to work out, but I am happy with the big circle shape!
Here is the first draft set of my Girl-on-Girl Scout Badges! Edits to come, and then I will be printing them as real buttons.
Fun times with Adobe After Effects.
Look at me go! Story was about the Lexington Club. Radar Productions is a reading series featuring queer writers once per month at the San Francisco Public Library.
This afternoon, I was looking back at the light animation work I did for Forecast the Facts on April Fools Day 2015 (now ClimateTruth.org.) I was pointing out how likely contenders for president were climate deniers. Donald Trump didn't enter the race until two months later, and now these more standard Republicans look... well, quaint in comparison. I hope Trump, who says climate change is a "hoax" invented by the Chinese, doesn't make fools of us all.
See how in my blog post titles, there are two versions of each letter? It's not a Squarespace font, it's my own handwriting, which I painstakingly made into a font. I achieve the variation with upper and lowercase letters programmed, even though they all appear to be upper case. I stole this trick from the wonderful Alison Bechdel :)
I recently designed this nifty graphic for ClimateTruth.org, explaining how and what Exxon knew about climate change for decades. I'm proud that this went out to their list and the response has been positive. I hope to create more cartoony emails in the future.