Friday, February 19, 2010

The Pink Lady

I have been running around like a chicken with my head cut off...but somehow I've survived and am about to embark on a very much needed vacation to Disney World. YEAH! But before I do...must share. I may have mentioned I am donating some robots to an auction that is coming up. I also decided to donate a painting. Funny thing is I didn't have a finished painting that I was ready to part with (or an unfinished painting I'd be willing to part with). Midweek I realized...they were due today, Friday. And I hadn't even started on the robots or anything. Yeah. Panic. I somehow scrounged some creative energy together and got the robots done. The painting took around three hours over the course of two nights. I am amazed at how fast it got done and how much I like it. So much so that I don't want to give her up. But...I made a commitment. So I will just have to take some nice photos of her before she goes. She is called 'The Pink Lady.' And I adore her. I also feel like I finally figured out my painting style in the process. So she and I are good friends. What do you think? She is unfinished in this photo. I will post more when I take them of the finished product.
Okay. Off to Disney World! a few hours.

Monday, February 15, 2010


My commie robot was featured in an Etsy Treasury and I could not be more flattered. The Chinese themed treasury fits it perfectly! With the flood of reds and tigers for this year's Chinese Zodiac animal, it truly makes me home sick. I need to get back there soon. To view the Treasury, click here. No new robots yet but I have some ideas that are underway and am very excited to see how they turn out.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Communist Robots March On

I just wanted to announce that the ever-talented Jack Fallows of Crumpettimecomics has put the Viva La Robolution print up in his Esty shop for public consumption!! Yes, I know. I can barely contain my excitement. Especially since I JUST ordered my very own print of it. YAY!! His print and my communist robot were a collaboration in celebration of how well robots and communist propaganda go together. Don't you agree? Expect some more communist robots up soon...and hopefully more collaborations!

Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Yes. More Baby Robots. I'd almost worry you'd get sick of em only I know you won't. Because they're so freaking cute.
Today, the purple and turquoise robot troupe went up in the Etsy Shop! Go give them a gander!

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Robots and Communism

Voila! What goes together better than Communism and Robots? That's right. Peanut butter and jelly. But OTHER than peanut butter and jelly, nothing goes together better than Communism and Robots! It just makes sense. Big Brother would be all over it! Especially ones this cute. Check these commie bots out in the Etsy Shop!

Monday, February 8, 2010

There might be...Robots!

More robots! Yes, you heard right. Now in a primarily white love design. You can find em in my Etsy shop! They are ♥ EVER ♥ so cute. Go look here.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Oh Communism...

I was mentioned in another blog!! Look HERE.
Jack Fallows of Crumpet Time Comics sold me some amazing robot postcards several months ago. So I decided to ask him to do some larger prints of similar robots. We've gone back and forth with ideas and finally settled on Communist Robot Propaganda. Yes. I know, right. BRILLIANT!! He suggested featuring the design of my robots in the print which I am definitely digging. The image above is what he came up with so far and I love it. So excited to see what else he/we come up with. I am going to be working on a corresponding communist-themed robot (and if you're reading this Jack, no, I didn't make it last night...darn American Idol at a friend's. But I'm going to dedicate my lunch hour today to it. For real.) and maybe some others. We'll see. Yay for collaboration!! It's awesome just brain-storming with another artist with similar humor appreciation. My favorite thing about it is definitely the slogans. AWESOME. Keep an eye on both our blogs/shops/etc. for more to come.
Note: Image is the property of Jack Follows/Crumpettimecomics (OBVIOUSLY) so don't copy.