The cartoons I’ve uploaded lately have focused more on creative writing rather than looking like the static cartoons I typically draw or paint. One of the questions I get the most when I tell others that I do animation is if my animations look like my usual wild drawings. So far, my answer has been, “NO.” So, I decided to start attempting to animate in that style. Here is a simple walk cycle I’ve entitled, “Tropical” that is a taste of what I plan to start doing. I still love writing funny material, and plan to continue putting it out. I just want to even it out with this type of stuff. Check it out:

Sea of Debris // Pokemon NO

Each year, we are reminded through sad dog commercial after sad dog commercial about the suffering of rejected animals. We also wince at the idea of dog fighting and cock fighting, and rightly so. Unfortunately, we have turned a blind eye toward what is arguably our generation’s most cruel form of creature enslavement. In fact, we celebrate it. Enough is enough. We have seen what banding together can do to places like Sea World and Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey Circus. Let us now turn our attention toward those creatures we call Pokemon. Lift your face to the sky. Together, let us shout with one accord and be voice of hope for them.

Sea of Debris // Flashpoint PaHAHAHAradox

Here’s a BRAND NEW Sea of Debris cartoon for you guys. The big news this week was the Suicide Squad movie. I love DC comics and actually really liked Suicide Squad the movie, as well as Leto’s Joker. BUT that didn’t stop me from making fun of it.

New Times Broward Best Of 2016

Recently, I learned that New Times Broward named me the Best Muralist for 2016, and reader’s choice for Best Visual Artist. It was surprising to find out that I was even nominated, and more so to learn that I won. It’s a great honor, and I appreciate anyone who voted for me. Click on the images to view:

Young At Art Museum’s 2016 Annual Interest

13221311_1550058778631547_1542313872887811789_oOn Friday, May 13, 2016, Young At Art Museum threw its Annual Interest show. The night was full of great laughs, friends, free food and beverages. There was also plenty of art that was to be raffled to those who bought a raffle ticket. I had an untitled piece in the show  that was the first of a series of head paintings. The person who received the painting made Continue reading

Cats & Bikinis in FATVillage


FATVillage now has gotten a little uglier. Back in March, I completed a mural there of a bikini clad woman being coughed Continue reading