Friday, November 25, 2016

Chandler Comedy Festival

We've had the recent honor of being trusted with the design of the Chandler Comedy Festival's logo.

We wanted to make a big impact with this one, so we were heavy on the primary colors. Also, we wanted it to have the old look of vaudeville without being too heavy handed, so we essentially made the logo to be a very abstract image of a drum that has been busted through with the text. The image of the busted drum in one form or another has been a part of Ernie Kovacs TV shows, Bozo the Clown, The Muppets, and more comedic productions. And, the abstraction of a drum image gives us the shape of a circle, which plays well for logos.

We're proud to have this as a part of our portfolio and the Chandler Comedy Festival sounds like a blast!

If you're interested in being a part of that festival either as a performer or an audience member, check out the above link.

Thanks, guys, and keep AZ weird!

Thursday, November 24, 2016


8 years ago I made an animated short that is still amusing to this day. It's all about fish!

It's called Gulp.

Check out the about link to see it.

The big orange fish is Filbert. He is pretty boss. I have temporary tattoos of him.

I heart him.

I hope you heart him too.

You can purchase his temporary tattoos at the above link.

Enjoy this frenzy of fish funnies!

Sunday, November 6, 2016

We made a motion comic!

The link above goes to the Youtube video of a motion comic that we made right here at home.

I used paintings that I made for a solo art show about my Bloop Bloop characters, and I just decided to write/ improvise my way through a spoof nature show to serve as the text of the piece.

I took inspiration from a children's book by Michele and Richard Bledsoe. They took Michele's captivating paintings and wrapped Richard's creative text around them and created a wonderful work of art.

The above link is to their book, should you be interested in owning it. I highly recommend The Secret Kingdom.

Expect more motion comics from us in the near future.

Thanks for reading, watching, and supporting!

Hearts & Farts,