Archive for October, 2011

Guest: Jon Solomon has been playing and promoting top-notch indie music for years on the mighty WPRB. He can be heard every Wednesday night from 7:00 – 10:00 pm ET. Listen at!

Topics: Throwing Fruit, Halloween Superstores, Gig Posters, Jon’s 24-Hour Holiday Radio Show, Band Loyalty, Owning a Record Label, Long Songs, Bands Reuniting, Digital Downloads, Jam Bands and Scary Movies!

Teaser: “What’s your noodle song, Jon?”

Audio Note: We used a new audio rig and had a little sound problem, you might need to pump up the volume a bit. Sorry!

Playlist: “Drawn Down the Moon” by Edsel,  “Under Heavy Manners” by Dissociates

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Giveaway: Thanks to our friends at Quirk Books for the super cool “Gig Posters Volume 2″ book by Clay Hayes we gave away to a lucky audience member. (more…)

Ink on Cardstock • AUMP Fall Fair

If you’ve never spent the day at your kids’ preschool’s Fall Fair, dressed as Teen Wolf, transforming signatures into monsters, you haven’t lived.

Ink & Crayon on Paper • 12′ x 9′ • Private Collection

My son made a few random shapes. I made the shapes into monsters. He made the monsters into art. I made the art into a pun.

Acrylic & Enamel on Canvas • 4′x4′ • Main Line, Philadelphia

Giant works populate a giant public space, behind the public population.

Check out my recent chat with the always delightful Kori Gardner and Jason Hammel of Mates of States. Listen in as we discuss Spotify, marriage, parenting, Daniel Johnston and This American Life.

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Computer Embellished Drawing

My Big Phoot design has been resurrected as brand new Formation skateboard… just in time for the Phillies to get knocked out of the playoffs. Buy one before the Phanatic kills himself and the decks skyrocket in value.

Ink, Oil Pastel & Toddlers on Paper • 6′ x 2′ • Main Line, Philadelphia

During a recent fundraiser at the Penn Wynne Library, a handful of colorful youngsters kept their hands busy by colorizing my colorless work.