Current Sketchbook Theme: NRA ’66
Dining establishments named in the 1966 National Restaurant Association member directory. Sketches from 2002.
Haitai Confectionery: Ad slogans and product descriptions awkwardly translated from Korean to English. Sketches from 2001-2002.
Andy's Yearbook: Quotes taken from autographs in a 8th grader's middle school yearbook.
Sketches from 2000.
Dissatisfied With the Vehicle: Quotes taken from transcripts of conversations between a market research firm and various dissatisfied car owners.
Sketches from 1999-2000.
I Made These so You Would Read Them:
Tag Archives: Sean Bieri
Sean Bieri said (and I think he meant for this to apply for the previous sketch in the series as well) I feel like I should apologize somehow… Sean is no stranger to this site. No further information is available … Continue reading
No relation to any similarly-named burger joints, Smack McDonald’s started out as the Smack Restaurant in Sarasota before moving to Venice. Here’s a photo. Here’s another. Home of the Smackburger!
I’m in a show opening this Friday at Henry Ford Community College’s Sisson Gallery. It’s curated by Sean Bieri (who is no stranger to this blog) and features a bunch of extremely talented local folks (some of whom also have … Continue reading
I’m going to post these three together, since they’re all drawn by Sean Bieri. They have at least one other thing in common: I can’t find proof on the web that any of the following snack foods ever existed… OH … Continue reading
“If you play football, I will see you. One thing, put on some weight for god sakes if you want to play!!! Have a great summer.”
“My keys got stuck in the ignition. They won’t come out and the dealer can’t get them out. It’s been 3 months.”
More Sean Bieri. Now this project has 2 things tagged with his name (and oh yes, there’s much more to come)!
Sean Bieri writes: That’s not a bad little sketch. Guessing it’s done with my Rotring ArtPen (EF nib) and a Pitt brush pen. I’ve known Sean for years, and I’m not fully convinced he could even do a “bad sketch” … Continue reading