The 100 Day Project

Those of you following me on social media may’ve noticed a new series of drawings going up over the last couple weeks! I’m participating in The 100 Day Project, which comes to us via Elle Luna and The Great Discontent. The premise of this project is simple: make something every day for 100 days. That’s all. … Continue reading The 100 Day Project

100 Demon Dialogues hits San Francisco

Hi Everyone! I just wanted to give you the heads up that my big summer book tour is hitting the Bay Area this week. You can find me at 826 Valencia’s PIRATE SUPPLY STORE this Wednesday evening for a big 100 Demon Dialogues event (RSVP and further details here). I’ve invited three lovely, smart folks … Continue reading 100 Demon Dialogues hits San Francisco

Announcing: 100 Demon Dialogues

Hi friends, Big, big news today! My latest project, 100 Demon Dialogues, is now live on Kickstarter! For the past three months, as part of the 100 Day Project, I’ve been illustrating a daily dialogue with the little voice in my head who tells me I’m no good. (You might recognize him from my Inktober … Continue reading Announcing: 100 Demon Dialogues

100 Demon Dialogues

In 2017 I set out to participate in The 100 Day Project for the second time. Taking a character I’d first started exploring in 2015, I began posting a daily dialogue with the little voice in my head who tells me I’m no good. The resulting project connected me to people all over the world trying to overcome their inner demons and get on with Making Good Art.

The Bag of Theseus

The bag in this photo is now old enough to drive. I got it sometime early in high school, probably from the outdoor shop Riley’s mom managed down in Ventura. I eschewed carrying any kind of purse for years because I like keeping my arms and hands free to scramble about, and this little pack … Continue reading The Bag of Theseus

A Donut

On April 16th, 2018, a friend of mine began a 100 Day Project—a collection of self portraits in ink, framed as a meditation on gender. The tiny illustrations began to pile up: two weeks, 100 days, a year. They kept drawing. At 862, they stopped sharing to Instagram, but said they would probably keep going … Continue reading A Donut