Custom Cards Comin’ out my Keister!

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Being up to my eyeballs in a ton of creative ventures, it may take a moment for any more of them to surface here….. but trust me, they’re coming. In the meantime,  here are some cards I’ve drawn for pals over the past few months to tide you over in my cyber-presence drought.

Who knew pigs were so hard to draw?


An Interview With Blogger Claudia Pickering

Something that was not mentioned in this interview was the Harry Potter reference that is this blog’s name (only recognisable when spoken in an Australian accent). How elitist.


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Claudia Pickering runs the blog thedarclaud which is about her creative endeavors. She is the producer and star of the video The Sebring which stars Danny Trejo. Here is a link to her blog:


Q:  What inspired you to start your blog?

A: As a foreigner (I’m Australian), I was looking for a way to display my work so that I had a record for myself and my friends here and overseas. I felt like a blog was a good way to have my work available without shoving it down my friends’ throats and also a great way to quickly direct new acquaintances to my stuff. And San Francisco being such a tech city, it only felt appropriate. And I wanted business cards. With spot gloss.

Q:  What is your strangest LA story?

A: Although running naked (except for Reeboks) across the desert with my…

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Virgin Snow in SFO

As a San Francisco sapling trying to figure out what to do next, I thought I’d try doing what I like to do best.

Good heavens, I think that almost rhymed. Time to change the post heading from just ‘Virgin Snow’ to ‘Virgin Snow in SFO’. It’s all coming together now.

As for the virgin snow… the only quote I could find online was:

Blondes make the best victims. They’re like virgin snow that shows up the bloody footprints.

– Alfred Hitchcock

…. but I thought that was a bit morose. I really wanted to say something more to the poetic effect of San Francisco being my metaphorical blank canvas (like virgin snow) and I’m going to run around in it. The running is likely to be a lanky affair, but the resulting snow promises far less lank and hopefully more interest. I’m quite sure lank is not a word.

What I’m really trying to say here is since I’ve arrived, I’ve found myself making the heck outta stuff. There’ll be more of that. And all the stuff will be catalogued here. Thanks for getting involved.