Tuesday, November 23, 2010


Just in time for the holidays, I just opened a store. You can find it here, or click on the link to the right that says "THIS WILL MAKE YOU HAPPY." Here's a peek at some of the goodies I have.

Organic, fitted, juniors, and ladies' sizes also available. Also comes in yellow. Cuz I like yellow.

Poster as seen in the comic!! Get one for your creepy dungeon.
C'mon, be like THIS guy.

(Greeting card also available.)

Framed tile (6x6)

Tote bag. Perfect for farmers' markets & groceries.


I've also added some intimate wear featuring a special little guest! Some designs will rotate, so they won't be around forever. Snatch 'em up while you can!! If there's anything else from the No-kay universe you'd like to see in the store, drop me a line.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Another stab at greeting cards.

Ever since my husband got me my new toy (a wacom cintiq!) i've been on a bit of a design kick. Since the holy holiday greetings trifecta is underway, i decided to put my "skills" to practical use designing greeting cards. With puppy in lap & Sonic Youth cranked to a moderate level, i ended up with this:

Too subtle?

Holiday greetings start...


Tuesday, November 9, 2010

New! New! Totally New!

Did a few mini (3x3) paintings this week, which will be on display--and available to buy for SUPER-CHEAP-- at “The Strange” 4316 Melrose Ave., L.A. 90029.

"Yellowscape Bungalows"

"The Valley"

"Echo Park"

"Take the 110 to the 5"


The theme of the art show is "Love & Hate L.A.", curated by fellow Simpsons colleague Rebecca Totman. The opening will be Friday Nov 12. from 7:30-10:30, and will be on view until Nov 19. There will be a closing reception too. Drop by! Say hi & have a taco with us!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

I couldn't resist.

What's that hiding behind the houseplant. Whaaaa? Nooooooooo!!! AAUUGHGHHHgrrrgllll..... *dead*

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Monday, July 26, 2010

My 2010 Comic Con Experience

is as follows:

Someone wrote a cryptic note & left it on the desk in our hotel room:

so i said "Okay. you're gay."

That was my Comic Con experience. The end.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Recent Acquisitions

We made a little impromptu trip to the Fairfax flea market today and found these for $5 a piece.

Rowlee's always at the right place at the right time.

These little serigraphs are part of a series called "Sophisticated Provincials" by a Californian artist named Margo Alexander. Dated from 1948-1954, her folk-inspired minimalism reminds me of Mary Blair, which drew me to these in the first place.


Saturday, April 24, 2010

Sketches of Coachella - 4.15.10 to 4.18.10

Pictures from "Science Faire!" @ Pehrspace, Echo Park - 4.10.10

Brought the pups with me because we couldn't get a dogsitter. But they had a good time socializing with everybody.

I sold 3 pieces total! (The "Hawking" piece sold a week after)
Someone wanted to buy this wall painting I did. But, uh, it's on the wall, so they couldn't.

Everyone did a beautiful job. Now let's vent.