Sunday, January 29, 2012

Tips for Men - Fashion

I meet a lot of men that are lonely and depressed because they say they can't get a girlfriend. So I've come up with some tips that I think will really help all the fellas out there. 

FIRST: Let me just say, and I don't mean this as a criticism, but a lot of you guys are really phoning it in fashion-wise. Try to have FUN with fashion! Not sure where to start? Make these classic no-fail looks a staple of your wardrobe...

1) BELTED SWEATERS. Sexy, powerful. You'll be in charge when you wear your belted sweater. It pulls together any outfit, but mostly, it lets a lady know you're confident and masculine.

2) SHORTS WITH KNEE SOCKS. This look is casual but sharp. Also, don't be shy! Let us see those sexy knees! It's OK to wear something a little revealing if it's in good taste. 

3) HIGH-WAISTED PANTS. Guys - pull those babies UP!! The higher the better. Check out the hottie 2nd in from left. Pants up to his armpits! DAYUM!! (I'm gonna need to find me an ice-cold shower!) 
I just can't get enough of this look! 
Check out my favorite 'Kid in the Hall,' Bruce McCulloch, at 00:59 second mark. 

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Ugly Baby

I was recently trying to illustrate to a coworker what a block-headed, lumpy-headed, no-neck baby I was with this post-it note sketch. And wow I wasn't far off. Ugly babies rule. 

Wednesday, January 11, 2012


I have a comic in Worcester Magazine's Annual Comics issue covering the top stories of 2011. My comic is about the Occupy movement in Worcester. I thought it would be funny in an ironic sense to use a Monopoly board theme, since Monopoly is the quintessential capitalist game. I decided to morph the policemen into clowns because I love a good creepy clown but also the experience of the Occupy Worcester movement being forced to go from place to place reminded me of a traveling circus.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Heino mask!

My sister found this online! Isn't it awesome? Now you can look like Heino anytime of day or nite! Deepest thanks to this really great blog, The Hair Hall of Fame, which made it all possible.