Since completing this collage, the New Jersey are 0-1. I guess it’s bad luck, because they lost in overtime tonight to the goddamned New York Rangers. Even worse, the game winner was scored by defenseman Kevin Klein. Bro, A Fish Called Wanda sucked! I think there will be a series of 16×16 snippet logo collages […]Read more "COLLAGE: New Jersey Devils (16×16)"
Second only to Bruce Springsteen, Martin Brodeur is the most iconic celebrity in New Jersey history. He’s not a native, but his entire professional life has been spent in the Garden State, bringing tree Stanley Cups to the Jerz. That’s huge. Also, this is SOLD.Read more "New Jersey Badass: Day #24"
I’d be remiss to exclude the New Jersey Devils’ mascot, the cleverly named NJ Devil, to the Jersey Badass collection.For the record, I know the man who portrays NJ Devil. He likes deep dish pizza.Read more "Badass New Jersey: Day #16"
After posting a sketch of former NHL stars and mega millionaires Ilya Kovalchuk and Ilya Bryzgalov as cosmonauts, I got to thinking, wouldn’t it be funny to paint a series of Russian NHLers as cosmonauts? The honest answer is, “Probably not.” But I’m going to do it anyway. This one’s Washington Capitals sometimes-superstar, Alex Ovechkin. […]Read more "Alexander Ovechkinaut"
If you’re not a hockey fan, the typical summer goes like this: Stanley Cup Finals conclude, NHL Awards are given out, the annual draft occurs (coupled with at least one major trade) and then free agency rounds out the frenzy over a two or three day period. That was two weeks ago, and I had […]Read more "Space Ilyas… or… Kovynauts"
It feels good to see your work scattered across the web. Monday and Tuesday have been two of those when just that has happened. Here’s where Foogos has reared its deformed head across the vastness of cyberspace: Buzzfeed posted 21 Beautifully Geeky Foods, in which the Ninja Turtles pizza drops in at #3, behind a […]Read more "Foogos Around the Web"
Quick recap: Scott Gomez was a heck of a hockey player when he received the Calder Trophy as the NHL‘s rookie of the year in 2000. His New Jersey Devils won the Stanley Cup that spring, lost in seven games the next season, and won the whole shebang once more in 2003. He was a […]Read more "Congratulations, Scott Gomez"