About the artist
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Also.... what is in your refrigerator at the moment?
Powerade, a quart of whiskey, about a half of my neighbor’s torso, noodles.
Scariest/Worst person to meet zombi-fied? How would you deal?
Einstein, hands down. I mean, it would be bad enough to have a zombie around but I don’t need one to sound so condescending when he is moaning “braaaaiiiins.”
What one thing that has happened in your life has made the biggest impact on who you are today?
Meeting and falling in love with my wife; she has given me so much happiness and a son who is awesome! Plus, she doesn’t complain about all the old torsos I leave in the ‘fridge.
Do you prefer a pen or a pencil.
Like the “spork” combines a spoon and fork, I use a combination pen/pencil – a hybrid instrument I call a “pencil,” with a slightly harder emphasis placed on the first syllable.
What's a day in the life of John like? Butter.
What do you do for a living? I am a designer, illustrator and toy designer. I enjoy so many artistic outlets because I get bored easily.
Do you own alot of shirts? If so, what's your favorite? I have a vintage Star Wars shirt that I have had since I was 7. It shows my nipples well — right in C3PO’s eyes.
What inspires you? Kittens, rainbows and lollipops. In particular, I really am inspired by rainbow-colored kittens on sticks.
How did you get your start in art? I have been drawing since I was in my mother’s womb. Her fallopian tubes are covered in graffiti.
What's your art process like, from initial sketch to finished product? Idea, sketch, sketch, ink, erase, scan, mess with, design, color, design, email.
What would the you of now, tell the you of 10 years ago? Buy Google stock.
MAC or PC? MAC.
Any shout outs? My new son William! Hey little dude... Boogaboogabooga! How’smylittleguy?