Saturday, June 30, 2012

Once Upon A Time

Affordable prints of my drawing Once Upon A Time (Ink and Graphite, 2002) are now available at Bluecanvas. Cards, canvas wraps, posters, and skins are also available.  
It's a little startling to realize ten years have passed since I created this drawing. One gallery provided a magnifying glass for viewers. These prints are enlargements of the original drawing, and when I prepared the file, it was a little startling too to be reminded just how small and tight I worked in those days. These enlargements maintain the original's level of detail and finish, and I'm happy that viewers will be able to explore this place as those gallerygoers did. 

Wednesday, June 27, 2012


Happy to be featured today on the front page of  BLUECANVAS.

Saturday, June 16, 2012

Tips From The Lucid Dreamer's Handbook

From The Lucid Dreamer's Handbook (page 44): 'Enter scenes as late as possible. If they conclude without your intervention, so much the better. TIP: Not all the old doors are sealed.'

Monday, June 04, 2012

Only Dreams

A little kinky train noir, Only Dreams, in Horror Sleaze Trash. My thanks to editor Ben Smith.

Saturday, June 02, 2012

Johan Santana's No-Hitter

Art by Joe Petruccio. More on his sketchblog My Mets Journal.

A year ago, Johan Santana underwent career-threatening shoulder surgery. Three months ago, Mets fans didn’t know if he’d pitch this season- And if he could, how effective would he be?  Last night, Santana threw the first no-hitter in Mets history, against the St. Louis Cardinals, currently the best offensive team in baseball.  Mets manager Terry Collins to Santana, late in the game: “You’re my hero.” What a great night to be a Mets fan.

Friday, June 01, 2012

Updated Bio

'Mark Reep is a faded Polaroid taped to the only unbroken window of an abanoned house in Ithaca, New York.  Mark affects unconcern with protocols, and was last seen wearing a T-shirt that said FUCK PLANNING.  His current whereabouts are unknown.'