The second shirt I did for the clothing company Black Hope Curse. I also eventually used this image as the logo for my new shop in Long Beach, NY
My 11th and 12th book cover debuted on a series of two works by Peter Mark May. Initially done as an album cover for the band Shai Hulud, they only used this image on a tour hoodie. Something they didn't pay me for and only sent me a single copy when another band I do work for toured with them and complimented the image
German based 3 volume set on black and grey tattoos featuring my work
The Black Seas Of Infinity
The first printing of my book, released in 2011 by Anarchy Press, a small publisher out of the UK.
The Black Seas Of Infinity
Oil painting I did for the cover of my first novel "The Black Seas Of Infinity". I originally planned this as the cover, and my first publisher talked me out of it. When Permuted Press re-issued this, I finally had the chance to use the original cover.
My painting was used for the cover to this Piers Anthony novel "The Sopaths"
Signed and numbered. limited chapbook limited to an edition of 300. Published by Splatterpunk Press
Down Highways in the Dark
Oil painting I did for the cover of my second book "Down Highways In The Dark...By Demons Driven".
My third novel, released by the Macabre Ink division of Crossroad Press. Kind of a loose sequel to my first book, it also includes characters from my second novel
SkinDeep January 2016
Black Static Magazine #21
My first illustration for Black Static Magazine, this was for the story "Extraneus Invokat", and is still my favorite illustration I've done for them.
Litro Magazine #138
The horror issue of Litro magazine featured one of my illustrations.
Black Static Magazine #24
I did an illustration for the story "Dermot" in Black Static Magazine. The initial image was more than twice as big, but they cropped most of it with the justification that the image gave away too much of the story.
Black Static #39
Issue #39 of Black Static featured one of my illustrations.
The Horror Zine Magazine
The Horror Zine used a painting of mine for their 2014 issue.
Infected By Art
So honored to be in the new Infected By Art hardcover. The entries were judged by the likes of Patrick Jones and Donato Giancola.
Red Door Magazine #16
My painting graced the front cover of Red Door magazine #16.
My illustration was used as both the cover and as an interior image in the first issue of Splatterpunk. This is the re-issue. It was smaller in size, and featured the whole drawing (not just a cut out like the original).
I did the cover, and the illustration was used for an interior story in the second issue of Splatterpunk.
The third issue of Splatterpunk, and the first not to feature my art n the cover! My art was used for an interior story.
The 4th issue of Splatterpunk, and back to using my art on the cover. Continuing the tradition, it also illustrated an interior story.
My favorite illustration to date for Splatterpunk, this one graced the cover and a story by Adam Cesare.
My artwork garced the cover and illustrated an interior story by Bracken MacLeod.
My illustration on the seventh issue of Splatterpunk. It was also used for an interior story by Jeff Strand.
Splatterpunk ad for two chapbooks, one being my limited edition "Christmas Is Cancelled".
Black and Gray IV
The Black and Gray book number 4, featuring both my art and my tattoos.
Jason Vorhees mask I painted up and sculpted for a Paul
A New Approach front cover
My painting appeared on the first release by Purity Records "A New Approach: The State Of Northeast Hardcore". This was way back in 1999
A New Approach back cover
My painting on the back cover of the first release from Purity Records.
Coalesce front album cover
Oil painting I did for the coalesce album 0:12 "A Revolution In Just Listening"
Coalesce back album cover
Oil painting I did for the back cover of the Coalesce Album 0:12 "A Revolution In Just Listening"
Locked In A Vacancy front cover
Watercolor painting I did for the front cover of the Locked In A Vacancy album "Exit The Futility Ward"
Back cover for a Locked In A Vacancy album
Watercolor I did for the back cover of the Locked In A Vacancy album "Enter The Futility Ward".
The Shai Hulud limited edition re-issue of their first album
I originally did this painting for the Shai Hulud album "That Within Blood Ill Tempered". After their new vocalist thought it was too close to the theme of their last album, they instead used it on the limited edition, vinyl only re-issue of their debut album "Hearts Once Nourished".
Zombie Apocalypse EP cover
My second painting, but the first one used, for the Zombie Apocalypse album "This Is A Spark Of Life". The image is actually of an oil painting I did back in art school, they deemed the first one I did for them "too horrifying".
The design I did for Splatterpunk was used as their logo, and graced the front cover of their first shirt.
Splatterpunk issued a chapbook with dual covers and two stories, and used my paintings on both sides.
Realistic Oil Painting
My short paperback on realistic oil painting, released by Eternal.
100 Faces Of Mary
The book featuring the work on display at the "100 Faces Of Mary" art show. I had a piece in that show and it's in this book.
Maximum Rock And Roll #170
I did the cover and interior illustrations for the main article in Maximum Rock And Roll #170, way back in 1997!
The first edition of my now yearly horror calendar. This was a collaboration with Paul Acker and was released by Eternal.
The second edition of my yearly horror calendar.
The 2015 edition of my yearly horror calendar. this was released by Painful Pleasures. We skipped a year in the hopes of getting it out early and in the hands of retailers.
Eight Arms Of Inspiration
Yet another Out Of Step Books release that I was happy to contribute too.
Hardcover that Out of Step Books released featuring some of my artwork.
Feathers Of Inspiration
Another book put out by Out Of Step Books that features a few of my paintings.
Nice book courtesy of Memento Publishing that features some of my work.
Antennae of Inspiration
A couple of my paintings are featured in this Out Of Step Books hardcover.
The Skeleton Book
Back before Tommy Helm was on TV, his studio Empire State Tattoo did this book featuring skull artwork, and I have a piece in here.
Pandaemonium hardcover book out courtesy of out Of Step books. Several of my works are featured in here.
The Tarot Project
The vision of European artist Astrid, each selected individual was given a tarot card and asked to render an illustration they would like to grace it with. I received the "Ace of Swords" card. When it was published as a limited edition book, mine was the only painting printed upside down.
Related to the yearly Spectrum, this focused on "art of the female form". This was the second book by them and featured one of my paintings.
Pint Sized Paintings
A project started by Durb Morrison of Hell City fame, tiny 2"x3" canvas were given to artists. I did two, and both are featured in this book.
Breda 2013 Tattoo Convention Poster
Oil painting I did for the 2013 Breda Tattoo Convention.
Dead By Dawn T-shirt
Black Hope Cursed used my artwork on one of their "Artist series" t-shirts.
Dead By Dawn Raglan
My illustration graces the front of this Raglan by Black Hope Curse.
Political illustration I did for the band Indecision. They printed it on shirts and used it to promote their "Release the Cure" tour.
Shai Hulud hoodie
Artwork I initially did for the cover of Shai Hulud's second album, "That Within Blood Ill Tempered", but only eventually used by them on a hoodie that was sold on tour.
Most Precious Blood t-shirt
Most Precious Blood used my illustration on this t-shirt they sold on their first tour. I initially drew it for a fanzine that never saw the light of day entitled "I've Had It"
InkAddict used one of the illustrations in my debut novel for a t-shirt
Madcap Magazine April 1995
The first thing I ever had published, way back in 1995! This was in the magazine Madcap, a Washington, DC based newspaper that featured all political cartoons.
Madcap Magazine April 1995 (2)
My second and third cartoons for Madcap Magazine. Inexplicably, they used two this time, which put me on a very tight schedule for the next one.
Madcap Magazine May 1995
My third time around for Madcap Magazine
Madcap Magazine May 1995 (2)
My 5th contribution to Madcap Magazine.
Madcap Magazine June 1995
I was starting to get behind, but this was my 6th cartoon for Madcap Magazine.
Madcap Magazine September 1995
My last illustration, and with a two month lag, for Madcap Magazine. I was getting way behind, and I know they ceased publication at some point not to long after this issue.
Tattoo Artist Magazine #20
The first "Rollo & Me" cartoon I did for TAM. The stories were narrated to me by Keith Underwood, who worked with the famous Mike Malone. The icon of early tattooing was more well known as Rollo Banks. I illustrated this thinking it would be in black and grey, and the magazine colored it. I've included my black and white original, and the coloring job the magazine did.
Tattoo Artist Magazine #22
This was the second strip I managed to get the publisher to print in black and grey. I thought it was my best yet, and the lack of color did it justice. I had ventured away from that Robert Crumb, early Steve Bissette style I was going for into something more readable. It seemed to especially be a priority since I was still struggling to condense full stories down into a one page format.
Tattoo Artist Magazine 23
The 4th strip I did for TAM. The publisher decided he needed a color strip to go with his color magazine, and started to add some additional shades. I liked it better than full color, but it still looked off to me.
Tattoo Artist Magazine #24
The fifth "Rollo & Me" cartoon that I did for TAM, and the last one I submitted in just black and white. They had taken to coloring the strip, and I wasn't satisfied with the printed result.
Tattoo Artist Magazine #29
After quite a bit of experimenting and back and forth, I did this cartoon as a watercolor painting. No overlays for the line work like on the previous three, no separate sheets of color. Although it was the first one I had been satisfied with in awhile, I still felt it took too long and wasn't quite what I was going for.