Friday, December 14, 2012
Today is a pretty big deal. One of the great magazines of western civilization, Esquire, is now graced by my sketchiness. That didn't come out right. You know what I mean. I drew on it. I drew on their cover. Needless to say, I am honored. I always knew this day would come, just had no idea when it came that I would be making the whole thing up. This is not a real Esquire cover. But it should be.
He who is pictured not once but three times above, is Tommy Boy, a character of Sanford Greene, one of the great illustrators of western civilization. Tom seems to be pretty cool, and a bunch of people like him -I think because he kills dragons, so I figured he deserved an Esquire cover. And since I wrote in to the magazine 47 times and received zero response, I took it upon myself to make it happen. So to avoid confusion, do not look for this issue in the grocery store. More than likely won't be there. But do go pick up Sanford Greene's "1000" and catch up on Tommy Boy's adventures. Shout out to Esquire. And to western civilization.
Friday, December 7, 2012
I could not tell you if University of South Carolina quarterback coach slash recruiting extraordinaire G.A. Mangus has ever met Mr. T. Mangus is a pretty trill dude, as you can easily tell from the picture above, so I'm not ready to put that past him. What I can tell you, is G.A. is very similar sounding to B.A. As in, B.A. Baracus. As in, gold chain wearin', feather earring havin', super cool mohawk dude from the A-Team. And that's really all the motivation I need to scribble some pencil magic on a piece of paper: Rhymability. There. Secret's out. Hope you're happy.
But back to the important matter...does G.A. go into recruits' living rooms with an extra syllable in his last name and Fort Knox around his neck? I don't know. But if he doesn't, I think he should start. Pretty good selling point if you ask me. So, because I am getting drowsy and my fingers are slipping from the home keys, I am going to wrap this up. Just remember kids, rhyming is fun for all ages, and sometimes, the key to really ridiculous pictures. Go Gamecocks.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Some logo work for Prime Fitness & Performance. Feel free to make it your screensaver. That way you can stare at it all day long. While in the trance state, turn some music on, see if it will start to dance for you. In fact, legend has it that if you look directly into the eyes of the logo long enough...you may begin to see spots. If this happens, you should stop staring immediately, find the nearest floor, and do push-ups until your vision returns to normal.
Actually, scratch that last sentence. For all physical fitness tips/questions, you should get your advice from my guy Shelevy Boozer over at PFP, not the dude who did the logo. I'll just say do more push-ups. As you will see upon traveling to said site, the workouts get results. I'm talking full body/mind transformation. You can take my word for it. I use the workouts, and I am ripped out of my mind. I look like San Francisco 49er linebacker Navarro Bowman. For those of you that actually know who I am and what I look like, don't say anything. So seriously, give the site a look. But only after you've meditated on the logo for a good 15, 20 minutes..