Stay tuned, comics readers! This fall will bring the release of my second student comics anthology- Cities of the Future! Comprised of 8 short comics narratives by UNF Sequential Art/ Comics Books students, Cities of the Future takes as its theme the rapid transformation of the state of Florida in the last century. Students projected [...]
Folks, I’m thrilled to announce that my new comic Meet the Neighbors is printed and ready to ship! What started as a short horror story I wrote during my residency at the ACA became a 24-page full-color comic. Doing every part of the process myself was fun and tiring and now I’m ready for new [...]
In 2012, comics and I became blood brothers. What started in 2010 with a return to making comics artwork has quantum leaped into a regular occupation that has me using all of comics’ production techniques. This year marks the release of both a graphic novel and a 24-page standalone comic, 20 pages of which will [...]
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This is the first of what I hope will be many comics that will be self-published under the imprint of Mindreader Comics, which is (so far) comprised of author Ben Kubczak and myself. Like us on facebook and email us at email@example.com with your questions, comments and whatnots.
This project has been a real [...]
These are the first few pages of my forthcoming project entitled “101.” The project is being both written and drawn by yours truly. The story involves an art professor (sounds familiar) who is denied tenure and goes off the deep end, taking a handful of his students with him on an odyssey of self-discovery and [...]
Ichetucknee River, Blue Hole, Florida, July 2010
In Defense of Thingness12:00 p.m., EWU Gallery of Art, Art Building The EWU Gallery of Art is pleased to be hosting an exhibition of new works by James Greene, Nov. 12 through Dec. 10, 2009.
The artist will give a lecture on Thursday, Nov. 12, at noon, in the EWU art auditorium. A reception will be [...]
Plastic, Water, Time, Memory, Beer.
As we transition away from fossil fuels, will the endless housing developments that fill the country become ghost towns?
“I rock Louis Vuitton ‘cause I’m fresh like that.”
The advantage of the screen process lies not only with its superflatness and repeatability, but also how it can plug into any other way of working, i.e- sculpture.