Tag Archive: prints and ephemera

  1. More snark in the mail

    I never send timely thank you notes and I’m tired of feeling guilty about it. I made the card that says exactly what I’m thinking.  Do you feel this way, too?  Express yourself freely with one of my new greeting cards. Printed by Matt Davis at Perfectly Acceptable Riso.  $4 plus shipping.  

  2. Small Press Expo = Amazing

    I had such an awesome time at the Small Press Expo: I met incredible comics creators, inspiring artistic minds, and relished in sharing my excitement about this industry with hundreds of equally excited fans.  In the time that I’ve been drawing comics (about 4 years) I’ve never felt so supported and motivated to keep working. …

  3. Small Press Expo

    If you haven’t already heard , I’ll be exhibiting at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda, MD in just a few weeks! The organizers released the layout, and I’ll be at table J12, as shown above.  Can’t wait to be there and spend all of my money on comics! I’ll have minis and greeting cards …

  4. Do you nap on the way to work?

    These characters seem to be able to sleep anywhere. I’m churning through the pages of my next self-published slice o’ life mini-comic!  The aim is to have it ready in time to debut at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda, MD this September, where I will be a first-time exhibitor. I’m exited and nervous. Gratitude to my …

  5. Sauced Night Market and Birthday Card

    Hot off the press from Perfectly Acceptable Risograph Printing, a new greeting card with plenty of snark. This is actually what I said to my mom when she turned 60 recently (yes, we have that kind of a relationship), and she told me it was the best birthday present anyone gave her. I debuted this …

  6. Holiday Greeting Cards!

    My brand-new holiday greeting cards are now available for sale on my  online store! I’ve got three designs, two are featured here and all have blank interiors.  The cards are printed on French Paper mill speckletone paper and come with a kraft paper envelope.  They are $4 each or 3 for $10.  Consider getting some …