New cards, January 3rd, 2021


recent sketches, december 20th


#007: i love the universe

[Part of the “The Jersusalem Series“. Read more about my work/background here.]


#006: meditation on our lord

[Part of the “The Jersusalem Series“. Read more about my work/background here.]


#005 the thing about god

[Part of the “The Jersusalem Series“. Read more about my work/background here.]


#04: christ death

[Part of the “The Jersusalem Series“. Read more about my work/background here.]


#03 nobody told me

[Part of the “The Jersusalem Series“. Read more about my work/background here.]


#02: in my mind

From December 30th, 2018, almost two years ago. One of my favorite all-time drawings. William Blake, eat your heart out.

[Part of the “The Jersusalem Series“. Read more about my work/background here.]


01: and now we turn

The very first offical drawing of The Jersusalem Series. The ones from 2019 were just a warm-up.

[Read more about my work/background here.]

PS: Yes, I’m still carrying on with The Scottish Project. A man can wear more than one hat etc.


old “jerusalem” favorites from 2019

Back in 2019, I did some religious-themed drawings which I then called “The Jerusalem Series”.


#060: walking around the west village

Postcard sent to Beth Maudlin of Texas, one of my Twitter buddies.

A few days ago, I tweeted out, “The first person to email me wins this original drawing” etc, Beth was the first one to reply. [NB- the tweet has since been deleted].

About the drawing: This time, back in New York City’s West Village in December, 1998, I was shopping for Christmas presents in the snow. It was was one of those moments when life seemed absolutely perfect. Everything was alright in the universe. Those moments had become increasingly non-existent ever since leaving college, it was nice to be back in the flow again.

Read more about “The Scottish Project” here.


#059: you try to make it meaningful

Postcard sent to my Austin buddy, Tucker Max, former notorious author and Founder of Scribe Media. I sent him a postcard already (#039), but I thought he’d really like this one.

Read more about “The Scottish Project” here.