I'm am very good at starting something up until it is 90% done and then suddenly losing interest... I have been going through my projects on my hard drive and finding some bizarre unfinished ideas and concepts. This was a cover i was working on for the one eyed man Jason's zine called Back Issue. You can go check them out through his link on this page. Even though they were done i never sent it to him because of some unknown internal crisis at the time... NO DOGS BODY was a comic i used to do for Session magazine when it first started, none of the kids liked my cynical outlook on skateboarding and life and complained about it till we left it out of the mag. I was planning the elusive return of NO DOGS through Back issue but allas. Look out for a another Blog feuturing only the man himself and and vintage versions from his printed days to follow soon on this page. Some of the drawings on the cover are from Jason that i mixed into my layout.

The following was one of the comics i was busy with for inside but just like the comic of Satan attacking the earth earlier on this page (A FEW OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUALS), i never finished it. I have always been into the evolution of the species and this is basically my simple explanation of where we come from and my outlook on religion in general. A real modern day Darwin, fancy that...


These are two book cover ideas i sent to Deon Maas for his new book called WITBOY IN AFRIKA. So far he seems to like the second one more with the yellow. For some reason i will be so convinced that a certain person would like a certain layout with an opposite result. The pieces i read from the book were hilarious and i really enjoyed working on these covers.

And then he settled for a bit of a mix between the two, we replaced the legs with his own legs and added a new font. The book will be on shelf in Dec. for the Christmas lists.


I have been messing around with some EPS files that i found at work, breaking them down and rebuilding them. Re looking at shapes and finding new uses for them kind of makes sense inbetween the mindless factory design i do at work... "Every man has the right to his own madness." Dali