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Game Over 4 [Mar. 4th, 2011|07:22 pm]
Okay! Tonight, at Giant Robot San Francisco, I have 6 watercolors based on Nintendo games. One based on Wind Waker, one of Donkey Kong and DK Jr, a happy painting of Mario and a Mario flagpole triptych. All framed and ready for the walls of nerds.

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Last minute shoppers... [Dec. 19th, 2010|06:25 pm]
... give art this season!

Right now, if you pop in GR2 in LA, you can grad a hand-painted Post-It note of mine right off the wall! And if you're not in LA, you can order one from me, and they'll send you a random one. $20 apiece and they're all good. Promise. Go to Giant Robot and pick grab them now!

I also have a painting at 111 Minna Gallery's end of year blow out. So, folks in San Francisco looking to buy art, do it there! Visit them at 111 Minna St in San Francisco.

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Big Fall Update [Sep. 29th, 2010|01:49 pm]
Hello, blog. It's me, Jeremy. I'm updating you so you can let others know what I'm up to.

1st up, I have a new T-shirt in the fall line of clothes from Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. Women's sizes only for this one, but there are still men's designs from the spring line.

Also, look out this October for the 20th issue of Mome from Fantagraphics. I have a comic in it! You'll like it. Check out a preview on the Fantagraphics site.

Allllllssssooooo, I got a little nod in the back of Houghton Mifflin's Best American Comics 2010. My comic from Papercutter, "Pete at Night," is on their list of "Notable Comics from September 1, 2008, to August 31, 2009," as is Corrine Mucha's comic "Growing Up Haunted" from the same issue. I guess you should pick up that issue if you haven't yet! You can order it from Atomic Books.

The last item for today, I promise, is a little Trubble Club update. 1st, clubber Nate Beaty updated our outdated blog of comics into a beautiful catalogue of disturbing guffaws. You can check it out at

Trubble Club is also featured on Vice Magazine's website, you can read our Muppet-filled comic at
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TONIGHT! [May. 1st, 2010|03:10 pm]
Trubble Club event: Sat. May 1st 7pm

Free comic: The Best and Worst of TC

Plus we draw a short comic for you that tells your future

Quimby's: 1854 West North Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622 (773) 342-0910

Like the underground comix artists in 1960’s Berkeley, Trubble Club brings together Chicago’s most talented young comics artists to draw some of the weirdest comics out there today. The group meets every Sunday at a rotating location and draws jam-comics together. One artist draws the first panel of a jam comic, and then passes it to another artist in the group to draw the second panel, who then passes it on to a third artist. This process is continued until the group has a finished comic. Trubble club then self-publishes the finished comics in minicomics.

Saturday, May 1st is Free Comic Book Day, when comic book stores around the country hand out free promotional comics to customers. Trubble Club will contribute a free comic, which apes PSA comics from the 70’s and 80’s, and will spend the evening drawing at Quimby’s, and prophesizing the future of audience members in comic-book form. Trubble Club contributors at the event will include Aaron Renier, Jeremy Tinder, Grant Reynolds, Russel Gottwaldt, Bernie McGovern, Lucy Knisley, Joe Tallarico, Nate Beaty, and many more. Refreshments for the event will be provided by Metropolitan Brewing, an Andersonville-based brewery whose German-inspired lagers are crafted with toasty malts, spicy hops and a ferocious DIY ethic.

Though the event starts at 7pm, Free Comic Book Day starts as soon as Quimby’s opens its doors at 11am. Quimby’s will have free comic books while supplies last from a host of artists. Free comics include the Short Pants Observer from Chicago-based small-press publisher, Short Pants Press, and the Xeric Grant winning graphic novel Black Mane by Michael LaRiccia.
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T-shirts, website relaunch [Apr. 9th, 2010|05:13 pm]
Hey! I've got some new T-shirts out with Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction! I'm really happy with how they turned out.

Check out my other 2 men's designs and 1 women's design at Art in the Age!

Also! I've redesigned my website with the help and guidance of my friend Nate Beaty. It's much more complete than ever before with scads of images, full comics to read, and links to products I've designed.
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Free Tees, bee's knees. [Apr. 6th, 2010|10:17 pm]
Win some new T-shirts I designed!

Art in the Age

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mussstaaangg Sallllly [Mar. 18th, 2010|07:02 pm]
Big March, week three!

This week I'm part of a big group show in Melbourne Australia at TCB Art. Many of my favorite artists/people are in this show- here's a list of them followed by my watercolor for the show:

Dan Attoe, Jesse Albrecht, Brandon Buckner, Possie Currin, Rebecca Steele, Katherine Parker Bryden, John Dilg, Jeremy Willis, Crystal Schenk, Gordan Barnes, Selby Davis, David Dunlap, Keven Hooyman, Jeremy Tinder, Diana Cooper, Cece Cole, Katherine Parker Bryden, Ji Yong Kim (all US) and Brendan Dwyer (Melb)
Curated by Bill Donovan and Kate Smith

TCB art inc.
Level 1/12 Waratah Place
Melbourne 3000

Also, some my paintings from the Game Over show at GRSF are now available for purchase online. You can find them all here:

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Big Weekend! [Mar. 12th, 2010|03:12 pm]
Alright- so in just a couple hours the second day of the Comic Symposium of Chicago begins. Here's the skinny:

4:30pm-5:30pm- Imagining Identity of Self and Others in Comics
Moderator: Stanford Carpenter
Panelists: Lucy Knisely, Jeffrey Brown, Nicole Hollander, Tyrell Cannon

5:45-6:45- Professionalization in Comics
Moderator: Anne Elizabeth Moore
Panelists:Edie Fake, Surabhi Ghosh, Beth Hetland, Jeremy Tinder

Come, listen, and ask questions.

Then, tonight in San Francisco, Game Over 3 at GRSF!!! Tonight, March 12, 6:30-10pm.

EVEN STILL- Tomorrow, Patchwork, at GR2 in Los Angeles. 6:30-10pm. Here's one of my paintings on fabric for that show.

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Comics Symposium of Chicago, Game Over [Mar. 9th, 2010|02:35 pm]
Alright, week two of this action-packed month. First up, this Thursday and Friday is the Comics Symposium of Chicago, at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I'll be moderating a panel discussion on self-publishing and distribution Thursday at 4:30, and I'll be a panelist Friday on a panel about professionalism in comics at 5:45.

Find all the information about the Symposium here.

Also, the Game Developer's Conference is happening in San Francisco this week, and Giant Robot SF has seized that opportunity to put on a show of art inspired by videogames. I have 5 framed watercolors in the show. Here are two of them:

You can see the rest at GRSF's website. The show opens Friday at 6:30. Here's the full lineup of artists: Sasha Barr, Brandon Bird, Blinky, Sean Boyles, Eric Butler, Kris Chau, Shawn Cheng, Ryan De La Hoz, Elayne Dixon, E. Dubois, Theo Ellsworth, Everybody Get Up, Matt Furie, Mark Giglio, Jake Gillespie, Girafa, Tim Gough, Andrew Holder, Paul Hornschemeier, David Horvath, Jay Howell, Martin Hsu, Mari Inukai, Marc Johns, James Kochalka, Le Merde, Phil Lumbang, Aaron Martinez, Andrew Perry, Mike Perry, Ferris Plock, Silvio Porretta, Carlos Ramos, Albert Reyes, Grant Reynolds, Alexander Shen, Snaggs, Kaz Strzepek, Team Macho, Daria Tessler, Jeremy Tinder, Joe To, Kelly Tunstall, Aiyana Udesen, Amy Vazquez, Connie Wong, Anthony Wu, Lawrence Yang, and Derek Yu.
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Pop goes the gun, Covered, and so much more coming... [Mar. 5th, 2010|02:10 pm]
Hello! This month (March 2010), I'll be participating in 5 group shows, the first of which opens this weekend. It is the Covered show at Secret Headquarters in Los Angeles. It's a crazy great group of artists, making their versions of comic book covers from the past. Here's the full list of artists involved, plus my painting for the show:

Andrew Brandou, Jeffrey Brown, Albert Calleros, Coop, Ludovic Debeurme, Michael Deforge, Valerie Fletcher, Yoko Furusho, Robert Goodin, Lisa Hanawalt, Dustin Harbin, Sammy Harkham, Sam Henderson, Josh Holinaty, Patrick Kochakji, Joy Kolitsky, Joe Lambert, Bob London, Tom Neely, Ben Newman, Laura Park, Brian Ralph, Aaron Renier, M. Jason Robards, Johnny Ryan, Richard Sala, Genevieve Simms, Jeremy Tinder, Jon Vermilyea, Anthony Vukojevich, and Steven Weissman.

Also, Popgun 4 from Image Comics was released last week, and it features my story "The Eye." The book is huge, weighing in at 512 pages. It's certainly a lot of bang for your buck. Available at most comic stores!

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