As a Flipino, I feel obligated to help those in need after the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan. Fortunately, none of my family were affected by this tragedy. However countless others have been. So today, I created this print depicting two strong willed Filipinos hopeful that ” The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow”. I am selling it to raise money for the relief effort. If you order a print of this image, a portion of the proceeds will go to the Red Cross and their efforts to help those affected in the Philippines by Typhoon Haiyan. And when I say “portion” I mean “all of my profit. The costs are there to cover the printing of the giclee and for shipping costs. It measures 8.5 x 11 and is printed on Somerset Velvet fine art paper. It comes mailed flat and ready to frame. I wish there were more I could do. But this is a start. This print will only be available for a limited time. Orders will be processed and printed after ordering is closed, approximately 11/27/13. Order here.
PEOPLE OF PORTLAND! NO NOT THAT ONE!
I will be appearing at The Coast City Comic Con this weekend in Portland Maine, home to this angry, bat-wielding abomination of a Grey Seal and Chopper, the dog from Yakky Doodle.
I shall be impaneled with my friends Bill Corbett and Mary Jo Pehl. I will be signing autographs FOR NO CHARGE. If you want one of our nifty Rifftrax postcards signed, all I’ll ask is a donation to Doctors Without Borders. All the dough will go to the them.
Lobsters will be eaten. Oysters swallowed alive. mascots will bludgeon the innocent. See you there.
Album cover of the day: “Our Man In Paris”, Dexter Gordon.
(Source: blunavyforgrant, via mattfractionblog)
Okay then. Happy fucking Movember.
I have one more piece of business to attend to today: shaving this down to a mustache for the first time in twenty years.
Why? So you might consider donating a few buck to Movember. Focusing on prostate and testicular cancer, and men’s mental health, and God knows we need it.
Thank you in advance. To the sink and razor I go.