Written by RICK SPEARS, illustrated by JAMES CALLAHAN, and colored by LUIGI ANDERSON, the Auteur issue #1 is available to order now!
Fresh off the biggest bomb in Hollywood history, disgraced and desperate producer Nathan T. Rex enters a downward spiral of drugs and depravity in a quest to resurrect his career and save his soul. Over budget and behind schedule on the latest installment of the horror franchise, PRESIDENTS DAY, T. Rex is backed into a corner by bad publicity, a crap project, and a jerk studio exec, but finds salvation at a strip club by huffing glue, and a chance encounter with cable news. Welcome to the most deranged, notorious, and hilarious comic of 2014! We apologize in advance.
Eric Powell, famed creator of THE GOON, drew this limited edition variant cover! While supplies last!!!
“An engrossing comic that’s downright beautiful in its seediness and proximity to the bowels of Tinseltown.” -Comic Book Resources
“This nutjob little story will almost immediately turn most readers away.” -Comic Bastards
These posters are for films from prolific producer, Nathan T. Rex, showing some of his most famous successes and failures…
See a sneak peek at the Previews order page. The Auteur #1 hits stores 3/5/2014. Tell your local comic shop that you need 1 million copies! The first issue is also available to purchase on the Oni site.
This is a commissioned painting/illustration of Shiva the Destroyer smith grinding a canyon edge. This is not my typical process, but it was an interesting, albeit time consuming, experiment. Over all though, I feel it was successful. Take a look at the process images below to see how I got from concept to completion.
These are the first snowboards I have had the privilege of designing.
The series is called SHIV were commissioned by Rome Snowboard Design Syndicate. The concept was was basic enough: to create these three separate scenes of a zombie beach party portraying surfing, volleyball, and BBQ. The part where I got carried away was unnecessarily triangulating the three images to create a three dimensional scene. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if that obsession with continuity is an asset or a hindrance. Either way, I hope you enjoy them!
advance copies of The Auteur #1 will be premiered at the NY Comic Con this week… See what Oni Press has to say about it….
This ad was designed for Chop Suey Books, an awesome book store in Richmond, Virginia. It folds in to create another image, paying homage to Jaffee’s Mad Magazine fold-in’s. If you dig around, there’s some fun details floating around in there…
Opening September 6th at Books, Bikes, and Beyond Thrift: my show NOTHING, BUTT TROUBLE. I’ll be hanging up new and recent works, including prints, originals, skate decks, and more. If you can’t make it out for the First Friday opening, the work will be up all month. The store is open 7 days a week, 10-6 weekdays, and 11-6 weekends, and located at 7 West Broad Street, Richmond Virginia.
For those who interested in the art from this flier, it was commissioned by Strange Kids Club for a sticker. They also collaborated with Fright Rags to make a shirt.
I received some mail yesterday from Disturbia Clothing. I’ve had the fun experience of illustrating some some shirts for them over the past few years, and this package included the latest few. I’m proud to be in good company with some of the amazing talent regularly working with Disturbia. See their latest designs on the Diturbia site and check out all of the work I’ve done for them compiled on the Barf Comics Behance page.
I know what you’re saying… “so what”. Well, you’re right! But, in addition to that, get the latest news on fart jokes and sociopolitical insights @BarfComics. Plus, so what!
I created these two illustrations for the Black Alice poster series. This series consists of work by 8 different artists, each illustrating one large and one small image; all of which are either a character or passage from Lewis Caroll’s “Alice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland” or “Through the Looking Glass”. These 16 posters will be screen printed as blacklight posters, which means that they are made to be viewed both in regular light and under ultraviolet light. The use of fluorescent inks and the printing white ink on white paper, allow for 2 different versions of the same image to exist within one print.
Learn more about about this project, and help make it a reality on our kickstarter page!