Archive for the ‘Grad school’ Category

Career Crisis: How I began my Master’s dissertation (2012): Page 4.

February 16, 2018

Career Crisis: How I began my Master’s dissertation (2012): Page 3.

February 15, 2018

Career Crisis: How I began my Master’s dissertation (2012): Page 2.

February 14, 2018

Career Crisis: How I began my Master’s dissertation (2012): Page 1.

February 13, 2018

Find-A-Word-And-Draw-It Fortnight: Fotographical Friday – The Banner Project.

March 3, 2017

As a project for grad school I used 300 drawn-on pages to make banners that hung in the stairwell of the Gettysburg College library. You can see a video here. 

Sign of the times

April 26, 2012


While doing grad school research I ran across this in a book showing the changes in cartoonist-then-cubist painter Lyonel Feininger’s signature.

I changed my signature a couple of times. The last time I did the signature I most wanted to emulate was Rick Stromoski’s. I love how odd it is to exaggerate the unimportant “M” in the middle of his name.


March 1, 2012

Sorry about the late notice but if you happen to be in central Pennsylvania tomorrow, March 2, at noon, I’ll be speaking at Bucknell University in Lewisburg.

My cartoon-based installation, “Unbound,” has been hanging in the library stairwell there since last summer so I’ll be talking about that, Bo Nanas, MAD and cartooning in general. And I’ll have a few books with me as well.

Here’s the info.

Not forgotten

February 16, 2012

Two nights ago I was taking my first go at tackling the thesis for my MFA program. I was writing about my identity as a cartoonist which can be tricky subject. To be honest, having Bo Nanas fail did not do wonders for my confidence. Then I stumbled upon this article.

Dadding Badly – Modern art

September 6, 2011


This week’s Dadding Badly comic addressees grad school and drinking…but not in the way you’d think.

What I’m reading – Autobio comics

April 15, 2011


Been delving into some autobiographical comics for grad school.

And I didn’t realize till this very moment that both of these books have “…and me” titles.