Studio JJK is all about deadlines these days, BUT - I wanted to write a quick write up on how AWESOME Rock n Romp was last Sunday. Never did I ever think I would see my name on the bill outside of a bar.
It was a great day filled with cool kids who had cool parents. To read a more detailed account of the day (and from a parent's perspective), check out what Scurvyann had to say here. And since I didn't have a camera (above pic was taken with my phone), I did a search on Flickr to see if anyone posted any pictures of the RnR and sure enough - someone did.
If you have a Rock n Romp near you, GO! I can't wait to get to more of them.
This Sunday, come out and Rock and Romp at the inaugural Boston chapter of Rock -n- Romp. What is Rock -n- Romp? It's a stellar program that allows parents to remember what it was like to go see shows while their kids can be introduced to rock while they run wild. Neal Pollock, author of Alternadadwill be in attendance as well as two great local Boston bands.
I don't know what the weather has been like in your neck of the woods, but here in New England it's been cold, rainy and icy. Here is a spread from a sketchbook dated around 2004. A watercolor created at a beach, I think somewhere on Cape Cod. I wish that I could be there now! (Well, be there and have it be summer...)
It's rare that I get to see movies in an actual theater these days, but I couldn't be more excited to head to the cinemas tonight. The Spiderwick Chronicles was released yesterday and I am pumped! If you're looking for something to do this weekend, go see Spiderwick at least a few times. I hope it's a huge success! Three cheers for Tony and Holly! Their vision looks like it has received a stellar translation to the silver screen.
Posting has been scattered around here as of late, but I gots me a deadline to contend with. In the meantime, here are a few character studies of Max and Kelly that I drew when I was knocking around ideas for Max for President.