A Pair of Tattoos
February 22, 2009
Roger and Heather got matching tattoos on their 5th anniversary. Both designs were taken from my book, Insanely Twisted Rabbits. Heather explains: "His [tattoo] represents me, fluffy, cute, but with teeth. Mine represents how I have literally ripped out his heart and keep it for myself."
Click here for more pictures of tattoos inspired by my work.
A Valentine Project
February 14, 2009
A few years ago, I started putting together a book for Valentine's Day called Art and Bun: A Love Story. It's been on the shelf for several years and Nancy (the love of my life) often encourages me to finish it. If I can find the time one day, I'd love to.
Check out some of the artwork I did for it.
The Saga of Rex Update
February 8, 2009
Here's the cover of The Saga of Rex book mock-up I'm having printed as POD for my upcoming pitches. The "official" version of the book will have an introduction by Kazu Kibuishi. I'll be good to see Rex in his own book again (first book here), this time with 160+ pages!
I've also been toying with the idea of animating Rex for a while now. Let's see what happens next...
Jud Turner on The Trilobite Show
February 1, 2009
Those who have been following this blog for a while know that I have a little weakness for trilobites. In fact, I created a website called The Trilobite Show a few years ago in cahoots with my pal from Vancouver, Andrew Scott, who himself started the now infamous Triloblog!
We're always on the lookout for new and excitingtrilobite artists to feature in our ongoing digital exhibition. This time around, we're featuring the impressive sculptures of Oregon artist, Jud Turner.