October 13, 2014
J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER
A “Persons Of Interest” drawing. You can get your own here, as my schedule allows, and see all the ones thus far here. Short version is I’ll draw any famous/widely recognizable figure, fictional or historical or just popular, just once.

J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER

A “Persons Of Interest” drawing. You can get your own here, as my schedule allows, and see all the ones thus far here. Short version is I’ll draw any famous/widely recognizable figure, fictional or historical or just popular, just once.

September 26, 2014
FEYNMAN.
A “Persons Of Interest” drawing. You can get your own here, as my schedule allows, and see all the ones thus far here. Short version is I’ll draw any famous/widely recognizable figure, fictional or historical or just popular, just once.

FEYNMAN.

A “Persons Of Interest” drawing. You can get your own here, as my schedule allows, and see all the ones thus far here. Short version is I’ll draw any famous/widely recognizable figure, fictional or historical or just popular, just once.

July 4, 2014
BEHOLD! THE TRICERATOPS!
Now available as an archival giclee print from INPRNT.

BEHOLD! THE TRICERATOPS!

Now available as an archival giclee print from INPRNT.

June 16, 2014
dharbin:

BEHOLD! THE TRICERATOPS!
14 x 11 signed & numbered limited giclee now listed for preorder here.
Look for an enormous folding leporello (accordion) book of dinosaurs drawn by me and published by Nobrow Press, coming this fall.

Reblogging myself—this is going to print today, so if you’d like to get in on the numbered presell get on it! 

dharbin:

BEHOLD! THE TRICERATOPS!

14 x 11 signed & numbered limited giclee now listed for preorder here.

Look for an enormous folding leporello (accordion) book of dinosaurs drawn by me and published by Nobrow Press, coming this fall.

Reblogging myself—this is going to print today, so if you’d like to get in on the numbered presell get on it

July 15, 2013
THE ARMSTRONG LANDING. An “Hour Drawing,” available to purchase here, and the 200+ set of them so far here. Subject suggestion for this one was “Armstrong moon landing.’

THE ARMSTRONG LANDING. An “Hour Drawing,” available to purchase here, and the 200+ set of them so far here. Subject suggestion for this one was “Armstrong moon landing.’

June 5, 2013
SO I ordered a few of the prints from my Inprnt store to sell at this weekend’s HeroesCon (where I’ll be at table AA-1004, between Koyama Press and Evan Dorkin). I set these files up especially to print for Inprnt’s parameters, at 18x24, and literally got a little drunk when I opened up the package. The ink is so rich and dense, and there’s something weirdly… right about an 18x24 print that was originally a little 8x10 ink drawing. 

Anyway, these prints look fantastic. I’ll have 3 each of the one pictured, “Behold! The Dinosaurs!,” “Tyrannosaurus Bats,” and “In The Woods.” Plus my recent books, other smaller prints, originals, all the crazy bazaar of stuff I bring to shows. I’m actually bringing a 6’ tall shelf just to show off more stuff.

And if you aren’t going to be at HeroesCon this weekend, those big 18x24 giclee prints are available in my Inprnt store, ship fast, and look amazing.

SO I ordered a few of the prints from my Inprnt store to sell at this weekend’s HeroesCon (where I’ll be at table AA-1004, between Koyama Press and Evan Dorkin). I set these files up especially to print for Inprnt’s parameters, at 18x24, and literally got a little drunk when I opened up the package. The ink is so rich and dense, and there’s something weirdly… right about an 18x24 print that was originally a little 8x10 ink drawing. 
Anyway, these prints look fantastic. I’ll have 3 each of the one pictured, “Behold! The Dinosaurs!,” “Tyrannosaurus Bats,” and “In The Woods.” Plus my recent books, other smaller prints, originals, all the crazy bazaar of stuff I bring to shows. I’m actually bringing a 6’ tall shelf just to show off more stuff.
And if you aren’t going to be at HeroesCon this weekend, those big 18x24 giclee prints are available in my Inprnt store, ship fast, and look amazing.

May 29, 2013
THE GREATEST EXPLORER on INPRNT. This week I’m uploading some of my favorite of my prints to Inprnt. I got to see some of their work in person recently and was blown away by the quality and richness of the colors. If you haven’t ordered from them before, they’ve got a billion great prints on their, including some by friends of mine like Sam Bosma, Kali Ciesemier, and Aled Lewis. 
Available in 12x16, 18x24, and 24x32 sizes. And you can still get the last of the signed and numbered original edition here.

THE GREATEST EXPLORER on INPRNT. This week I’m uploading some of my favorite of my prints to Inprnt. I got to see some of their work in person recently and was blown away by the quality and richness of the colors. If you haven’t ordered from them before, they’ve got a billion great prints on their, including some by friends of mine like Sam Bosma, Kali Ciesemier, and Aled Lewis. 

Available in 12x16, 18x24, and 24x32 sizes. And you can still get the last of the signed and numbered original edition here.

November 5, 2012
GREAT MINDS AT PLAY. One of the one-hour drawings I’ve been doing, available for purchasing by you right here. All the ones thus far are here. Subject suggestion: “Neil DeGrasse Tyson or Bill Nye.”

GREAT MINDS AT PLAY. One of the one-hour drawings I’ve been doing, available for purchasing by you right here. All the ones thus far are here. Subject suggestion: “Neil DeGrasse Tyson or Bill Nye.”

October 8, 2012
THE GREATEST EXPLORER: a color indigo print available for preorder now, in an 11” x 14” version (pictured), an 8” x 10” full bleed version, and an 8” x 10” black and white version for simplicity lovers. Details here. 

THE GREATEST EXPLORER: a color indigo print available for preorder now, in an 11” x 14” version (pictured), an 8” x 10” full bleed version, and an 8” x 10” black and white version for simplicity lovers. Details here

October 1, 2012
CARL SAGAN, ASTRONAUT. One of the one-hour drawings I’ve been doing, available for purchasing by you right here. All the ones thus far are here. Subject suggestion for this one was “Carl Sagan.”
I spent a fair bit of extra time on it, because it was for a friend. Weird fact: though I’ve been a lifelong science guy (or as much of a science guy a high school dropout cartoonist really can be) I’d never seen Cosmos until this. I watched the first episode, and it was 1000% crazier than I expected (in a good/weird way).
UPDATE! I’ve turned this image into color and black and white prints, available here. If you’re into that! 

CARL SAGAN, ASTRONAUT. One of the one-hour drawings I’ve been doing, available for purchasing by you right here. All the ones thus far are here. Subject suggestion for this one was “Carl Sagan.”

I spent a fair bit of extra time on it, because it was for a friend. Weird fact: though I’ve been a lifelong science guy (or as much of a science guy a high school dropout cartoonist really can be) I’d never seen Cosmos until this. I watched the first episode, and it was 1000% crazier than I expected (in a good/weird way).

UPDATE! I’ve turned this image into color and black and white prints, available here. If you’re into that! 

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