Hi! My name's Chris. I've lived in Los Angeles since 1995, when I came out here for grad school. I 'm originally from the north side of Columbus, OH.

I'm a creative writer and artist and have shown my work in galleries in Los Angeles. Check out my art here.

I've also written a graphic novel! You can check out some sample pages here.

I like graphic novels, Christmas, tide pools, grilled cheese sandwiches, reading, biker moustaches, dudes, football (Ohio State and the New Orleans Saints), sea monsters, painting, pine trees, bookstores, tennis, going to the gym, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Cricket Magazine, gloves with the fingers torn off, illustration, rugby players, Trina Schart Hyman, Stephen King, horror films, Hillary Clinton, film history and unexplained phenomena.

I blog about illustration, painting, Atari, films, Christmas, books...and things from my favorite era: the late 1970s/early 80s. As well as assorted other stuff!

Email: Cobbler3@yahoo.com
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CURRENTLY READING: The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury

 

mikasavela:

From an advertisement for Loehmann’s 5 Points Plaza shopping center, 1988.
It’s pretty funny that this illustration could double as an artistic expression of the postmodern consumer society, although its original purpose has been to advertise the very same thing.

mikasavela:

From an advertisement for Loehmann’s 5 Points Plaza shopping center, 1988.

It’s pretty funny that this illustration could double as an artistic expression of the postmodern consumer society, although its original purpose has been to advertise the very same thing.

gardensinunexpectedplaces:

Via smartercities:

 
San Francisco Parklets Provide New Public Waysides
San Francisco’s new parklets program is adding dozens of street-side public spaces for you to enjoy. This innovative initiative replaces parked cars with seating and landscaping, to the benefit of weary walkers and local businesses. Read more.
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gardensinunexpectedplaces:

Via smartercities:

San Francisco Parklets Provide New Public Waysides

San Francisco’s new parklets program is adding dozens of street-side public spaces for you to enjoy. This innovative initiative replaces parked cars with seating and landscaping, to the benefit of weary walkers and local businesses. Read more.

via untappedcities: