Sketchbook Pages

2010s

Even Temple Grandin Would Appreciate This, though I Don’t Know Why, May 17, 2010

Would Joyce Carol Oates Appreciate This Futuristic Tableau as Much as Judith Krantz Does?, May 17, 2010

Noteworthy Radioactive Christian Breast, May 16, 2010

2000s

The Hanna-Barbera Dance, Part LXVII, April 25, 2006

Two Patriotic Points and “Continental Drift” by Kyle Fischer, April 4, 2006

I Believe It While Listening to “The Noon Day Song” by Kyle Fischer, April 4, 2006

Sophisticated Political Commentary and “Money, Money, Money” by ABBA, April 3, 2006

The Wide Brazilian Sky That Swallowed You, April 3, 2006

First in War, August 14, 2003

Freakin’ Thomas Dolby!, August 19, 2002

Carol Saftner &c., August 19, 1998/March 31, 2002

If We All Get the Faces We Deserve by the Time We’re Forty, Then Jim Shooter’s Face Is That of a Man Who Can’t Be Trusted, August 15, 2003

“Harmony” and “The Equalizer” by Clinic &c., March 28, 2002

If Robert Crumb and Ellen DeGeneres Can Have Troubles with Women, Why Can’t I?, November 29, 2000

The Opening to The Bullwinkle Show &c., October 25, 2000-November 29, 2000

1990s

This American Life &c., November 11, 1999

Map of the Matrix, May 16, 1999

Convertibles, Headbands, Adjustable Headrests, and Rotating Signs (Los Angeles, March 30, 1968, 9:09 AM), January 23, 1997

D. Matthews Presents Another Menagerie!, January 23, 1997

Bullfrog Salute to Krazy Kat, January 2, 1997 (NSFW)

Salute to Marvin, December 30, 1996/January 2, 1997

Balloon Boy’s Prescient Memorial Tribute to the Artist’s Dead Boy, June 12, 1975, December 15-25, 1996

Ad from the Alien TV Guide, December 3-12, 1996

He Gets Delirious, Whenever I’m Near…, November 24, 1996/ December 1-2, 1996

Automatic Cheap Plastic Strip Dispenser in a Barren Artistic Landscape (Well, Not Really Barren), March 23-30, 1996; and The Sadistic Scientists and Their Observation Room, May 3, 1996 (NSFW for the latter drawing, on the same page)

Flat Menagerie #1: Grassy Enclosure &c., February 11, 1996/February 20, 1996

Hornet Love, Fourth of July, February 9, 1996

Michael Puts Together a Hollywood-Coconut [?] Grove Outfit: a Dash of Today, “Dallas,” and Tomorrow or, New Wave Watermelon (after Page 35 of Wild Style), January 23, 1996 

Sasha (after Photo in Wild Style: The Next Wave in Fashion, Flair and Makeup, Fireside 1985), January 22, 1996

Surprise (after a 1940s Magic Chef Oven Ad), January 20, 1996

Extraterrestrial Death Comics, January 19, 1996

Kermit and the Finger Sacrifice, January 19, 1996

Caucasian Blowtorch, c. 1976, January 18, 1996

Stainless Steel Smile, January 12, 1996

Stainless Steel Headache, January 12, 1996

Horton Thinks about Some Hot Sex He Had with a Call Girl Named Susan in Atlantic City in 1952, March 7, 1994

Pubic Masterpiece, March 2, 1994

1980s

More Lousy Drawing, March 29, 1988

Octopusland, March 24, 1988

Self-portrait (Ha), March 24, 1988

Untitled Guy, March 23, 1988

R.I.P. John Holmes, March 13, 1988

Photo Boy, circa March 1988

You Weenie, circa March 1988

Will She Wake Up?, December 29, 1987

Duck, December 29, 1987

Hunter, December 29, 1987

Untitled 12/29/87, December 29, 1987

Wayne Wise (Yek) by DM, June 24, 1987

6/24/87, June 24, 1987

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