Monday, July 27, 2009


First I want to thank every one that took the time to come say HI at my signings at SDCC, and those who purchased the customs that I brought down. Special thanks to the fan who gave me his mechanical pencil!
Now that Comic-Con 09 is in the rearview mirror, I’m focusing on the big Angry Clobber Monkey release party at Munky King the Sept 10th! New customs on the way, plus some other special things. Keep coming back for new posts, and sneak peeks.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009


What is that strange black box? What is he writing on it? It is soooooo mysterious!
Guess you’ll just have to come to Comic-Con and find out!

Monday, July 20, 2009


The Next Custom Angry Clobber Monkey the WWII Soviet ACM. Russia had it’s own armor division of ACM’s.

These will also be at SDCC Munky King booth 4539. I got a couple more to show before SDCC.

Friday, July 17, 2009


More customs rolling out! Here's another one, the German Afrika Korps ACM. It is not widely known that during world war 2 the German armor division put into service several captured Angry Clobber Monkeys on the front lines in Northern Africa.

The ACM's were liberated at the end of the war. It is rumored that a Russian ACM was seen near hitler's bunker when he allegedly committed suicide.
The official release of the standard ACM will be September 10th at Munky King in Los Angeles. More details to come. At Comic Con we will have a variety of my hand made customs. Keep checking the blog for peeks all this week!

Tuesday, July 14, 2009


My good friend and genius assemblage artist Jack Howe was in town this weekend.
He dropped by my studio with his effervescent wife Trudy to visit, and take a few pics of his latest work.  These pieces are what Jack calls “Pocket Shrines”  Jack has a talent for finding the most amazing trinkets and bizarre antique curiosities them transforming them into story art.

Here’s a few of his latest works that can be seen at Gold Bug in Pasadena.

Jack can describe in great detail how every individual part of the piece tells a story.

Each box opens to reveal an entire scene.

Here, Jack demonstrates the pure escents of low brow art.

Friday, July 3, 2009


I'm creating a batch of ACM customs for SDCC here's a little sneak of the "So Very Dark" versions. I'm using Wild Fire invisible UV paints.

In regular light they will just appear white on black. I'm hand painting every one so they will all be unique.


I just got a link from Ronnie Pirovino from The Art Collectors for the Mark Ryden's YHWH Pre-Order from Porterhouse Fine Art Editions.
I still haven't had the chance to see one of these in person yet, I can't wait!