Monthly Archive:: December 2008

Sketchy Komiks: Leisure

It’s Christmas Eve and it’s time for an extra special edition of Sketchy Komiks™. This time instead of he customary one pager, it’s a 16 page sketchbook comic! I’ve put this out as a mini in the past. But the books are sold out and I don’t really have plans to reprint them. I’m

Continue Reading

Season’s Greetings

This is the first time ever I got around to making an holiday card. It’s a little thing, 3.3″ x 5.2″, printed with the Gocco system. After sending them to friends and family I’ve got a bunch left over. If anyone is interested in getting one of these cards, just send your mailing address

Continue Reading

Doodle Dump 005: Roman Cieslewicz

All of the drawings in this week’s Doodle Dump™ edition are drawn from or inspired by images created by Roman Cieslewicz, one of my favorite designers and artists. If you’re interested in that sort of thing he’s well worth looking up. Click on images to see them larger.

Continue Reading

Left Hand of Darkness

Minneapolis is covered by a thick blanket of snow. The temperature is dropping. Winter has arrived for real. It’s the perfect time to (re)read Ursula Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness again. We’re all Gethenians.

Continue Reading

Sketchy Komiks: Popping Bubbles

A satisfying post on Modern Missives transposes the current art market insanity onto another older one: the legendary Tulipmania of 17th century Holland. It reminded me of another recent story about Damien Hirst laying off 20 people as a response to the financial crisis. Then I remembered that I had done a little comic

Continue Reading

UR : Utopia Report : No. 1

Cartoon Utopia #67 By Ron Reg√©, Jr Introducing another new semi-regular feature on Trans-Atlantis: UR™ or the Utopia Report. If you’ve read this blog, or my comics before you already know that I’m very interested in the concept of Utopia. In the Utopia Report I’m going to start cataloging interesting articles, posts and snippets

Continue Reading