Posts Tagged ‘mile high city’

Livin’ at the Rex

December 19, 2009

Here’s a comic about when Murph and I lived above the old Rex Movie Theater. Click and enjoy!

Taki’s Golden Bowl

August 13, 2009

This is my tribute to my friend Taki and to Taki’s Golden Bowl in Denver. Taki’s Golden Bowl serves delicious, healthful Japanese food. This tribute was first published on BuckFifty.
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Whiskey Sour

July 10, 2009

The idea behind this minizine was to draw an entire comic book  as spontaneouly as possible in just a short while (about 30 minutes).  No redrawing or clean up.  Just drawn on old fashioned typing paper with an ordinary pen.  I suppose that it’s sort of like a mini-version of the 24-hour comic.

Cookies!

May 25, 2009

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April 10, 2009

Here is my most recent cartoon modern-cubicle-color-horiz-redraft-mergre3for the Stateline Newspaper.

Taki’s Golden Bowl

March 20, 2009

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Taki’s Golden Bowl in downtown Denver is the home for healthful delicious Japanese food.  My friend Taki passed away in February, and I submitted a piece for BuckFifty.org about Taki and his restaurant.  Above is a detail from the piece at BuckFifty.

Buckfifty has got great stories about fashion shows, taxidermy, and barflies; and that’s just this week!

The Barnes Dance

January 31, 2009

Henry Barnes is that father of modern traffic control.  In the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, he was called on to solve traffic issues in Flint, Denver, Baltimore, and New York.  As part of Buckfifty.org’s tribute to Denver’s 150th birthday, I compiled some anecdotes about Barnes’ work in Denver.  It was in Denver, that the idea to stop traffic in all directions so pedetrians could cross was named the “Barnes Dance,” thanks to a local reporter.  Take a visit to Buckfifty.org to see this story and many other stories about Denver.

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Buckfifty.org

December 19, 2008

Denver, Colorado is celebrating its 150th anniversary.  Buckfifty.org is celebrating by presenting a variety of modern and historic tidbits about the Mile High City.  I was fortunate to have my own cartoon included.  The first few frames are here.  Please take a look at the site and all the interesting and entertaining stories, videos, and artwork.  And keep following it, new stuff is added almost everyday!

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