Now that everyone is all shopped out but likely didn't get what they really wanted, I relisted a few things and added a few other things to my Etsy store. I'm down to just three of the robot/heart screen prints, so it's your last chance for those…
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January 3rd, 2013
Filed under: for sale, illustrations
November 1st, 2010
I recently discovered that Etsy has a "mini" version that can be posted on one's own website. Like a webshop. So I relisted some stuff and moved a couple things around and made this page here:
October 28th, 2009
I've put the Boo! Vampire screenprint on my Etsy store for sale for a measly $25, with a complimentary mailing tube. Go get it!
Filed under: for sale, screenprint
May 12th, 2008
This Saturday and Sunday is the Philadelphia Book Festival at the Main Library. I'll apparently be an "event" at the festival itself on Saturday and I hope you can make it over to see whatever it is I'm doing. I'll be on the "Target Children's Stage" at 3:00pm.
Rumor has it that there will be a Q & A session. So come up with the question that you've always wanted to know the answer to. (My favorite color is "rainbow" so don't ask that one.) And then I'll be signing books. They've ordered lots and lots of early copies of the new Roscoe Riley books that will be in stores later this month, as well as all the other stuff.
In addition, sometime on Sunday, not sure when, I'll be signing Shredderman books with Wendelin Van Draanen. This is our very first signing together and I'm pretty excited. We will be at the Children's Book World booth, so check in there and find out what time it's to take place. Then, if you happen to see me, let me know too.
This is all good news, yes. But the other shoe has to drop, right? Well yes indeed. At the same exact moment that I'll be acting all famous and whatever on Saturday, the slightly more talented and much better looking Adam Rex will be doing the same in the Children's Story Hour Room, also at 3pm. So you must decide between us, and we're both taking names…
We're praying for decent weather, so please come in any case.
Filed under: design, events, headlines, illustrations
April 17th, 2008
The banners for the Philadelphia Book Festival are up around Center City Philadelphia. Designed by Kelly Beh, they use a part of the poster illustration and really stand out in today's bright sunlight. These were taken on Market at 8th, Arch at 16th, and in front of the library. They are also on Broad at Spruce and Walnut at 19th.
The festival is May 17 & 18 so if you're around, come by the library and say hi.
Filed under: events, illustrations, seen
March 17th, 2008
I finished this illustration last week for the Free Library of Philadelphia's Book Festival coming up in May. It will be posted all over and they're running ads in the papers and hanging banners on Market Street.
Look close and find all the various odd book-lovers. I'd love to have used actual literary characters but I probably could not have cleared copyrights, and it would have added weeks to the amount of time I'd need.
I've got details of the poster uploaded on Flickr as well.