Friday, June 19, 2009

The Billerica Green


Our first issue was printed this week and it looks good. I designed the entire 32-page paper and created most of the ads too. The colors on the cover illustration (that I did) didn't come out as vibrant as I had hoped but we'll fix it on the next issue. Which should be coming out in September. Our web site is also up and running so go check that out too. If you go to "The Playground" section there are a few pages you can download and color in also 12" x 18" posters are available of the cover. Enjoy and please leave a comment here and on our blog at thebillericagreen.com and let us know what you think.

This has been why I've been so bad with returning e-mails lately and calling. I'll catch up this weekend.

900 Degrees Blackboard Paintings



I finished up a job "painting" 2 6'x4' blackboards for 900 Degree Pizzeria in Manchester. Everyone loved them.

ZFoods and The NH Food Bank


I finished an illustration and thank you card design for my friend Lynda. She was a guess chef at Z Food and Drink in Manchester to raise money for the NH Food Bank. The illustration was done with oil paints on canvas.

This Week's Comic

Thursday, June 11, 2009

This Week's Comic



Here is a comic that I’ve been working on for a while. My great aunt passed away in April from stomach cancer. She was a huge fan of Seinfeld. Every time we saw each other we would recite shows and talk about how much of a loser George was. So Zizi, I hope you enjoy this comic from up there and we’re sorry we didn’t get a chance to say goodbye before God needed to laugh with you. I hear he’s a Seinfeld fan too.


One time Zizi came to visit see saw this painting and really liked it. It was named “Forest Run” because it looks like a forest and the drips are running. (Very cleaver I know.) It is now titled “Tears for Zizi”. With that said, “Tears for Zizi” is this month’s painting. The sale price is $650 framed and $500 from the sale of this painting will go to Zizi’s church St. Leonard’s in Boston, in her memory.
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