BEN SEARS, CARTOONIST.
Last night I saw my friend Ben Sears, a super cartoonist and chill guy, play drums in the band Xerxes, and it was fantastic. I made a little drawing of him (I swiped the million-arm-drummer idea from a Jordan Crane postcard I have on my wall he did of the the Ramones).
Yo I still can’t believe this happened. Thanks dusty
I know @JohnLithgow has played some fantastic, iconic roles, but Dr. Emilio Lizardo will always be his defining role as far as I’m concerned. Chew on that, monkey-boy.
6x6 pen & ink on bristol, 2014
Escape From New York by Adam Juresko
Available now as part of Hero Complex Gallery’s Imagined Worlds show
- Fine Art Giclee Print
- Limited Edition of 30
- Approximately 16” x 24”
For sale here
So, Banshees wail in the key of E flat with no tempo setting or time signature. Groovy
Post with 1 note
Talked to Keegan some yesterday and today. Still on course to do some jammin, literally because he’s talking about doing some reggae/dub. Not really my thing, but I can throw some guitar in there, gives me a reason to get a wah.
Metal project will be the main focus, mostly gettin it show ready.
Talked to him this morning about my vision for cinder and smoke. Taking a different approach, mainly by having two guitars. I really want to be able to play and sing/shout, but I also think there is so much more that we could do compositionally with two guitars. I want to take a craft/songwriting perspective and not so much the performance side. I want to leave the door open for any ideas or influences and then work things in to suit our tones and my voice.
Eventually I want to make shows happen but more than that, I want to put out a record or do some splits that really kill.
Benjamin J. Grimm
FANTASTIC FOUR #60 (March 1967)
Art by Jack Kirby & Joe Sinnott
Words by Stan Lee
Happy 88th Birthday, Joe Sinnott!
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