Philadelphia Cartoonist Society Pages

Monday, April 26, 2010

Phillustration 2010 - Entry information

Hello fellow artists,

The Philadelphia Sketch Club is having their Third Annual Open Juried Exhibition of illustration soon. The new thing this year is that you can enter up to two different pieces for each category. So there are opportunities to enter a lot of work.

Drop off date Friday and Saturday, May 28th and 29th, 12-5 PM

Entry fees: Non Members $15 for each entry or $25 for two entries

Self Promotional and Unpublished

For more information, click on the photo to enlarge the flyer.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

PCS Art Crawl

A Public Service Announcement...

The info in HTML...
Friday May 7th starting @ 6pm:

(a robot show)
@ Brave New Worlds
42 N. 2nd Street
Old City

Deck Heads
(the finest in skateboard art)
@ Exit Skate Shop
825 N. 2nd Street
N. Liberties

Dirtballs in Love
(work by Jeffro)
2434 East Dauphin Street

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


Just received my copies for FCBD from Ape Entertainment's Shrek/Penguins of Madagascar book. Gotta say, I'm pretty psyched.

Pencils and inks by me. Colors by the amazing Tim Durning.

Free Comic Book Day is May 1st.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Hay Hay Hay, K-Wiz here.

Before I frame this sucka, I request some honest criticism on my submission for the robot show.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Christian "PATCH" Patchell in the Philly Metro this week...

PCS Cocaptain Chris PATCHell was featured in the Philly Metro this week. Read this short but awesome article about how he kicked cancer's ass and is still working with different hospitals to help other people do the same. CLICK HERE TO READ THE ARTICLE.


Friday, April 9, 2010

Love Hurts

Love Hurts
Originally uploaded by willceau
What was that mysterious scream in the last installment of Monkey & Bird? Find out as Monkey & Bird continues at CO2 Comics! Read the strip here!

Willceau Site | Willceau Illo News

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

The Popularity Papers Philly Book Release!

The book has been officially released to the world! Or, at least to Philadelphia. Greg Williams at Walk a Crooked Mile Books in Mt. Airy (the Mt. Airy train station, to be more specific) generously hosted the event and we were lucky to have beautiful weather and a great turnout. For anyone who loves books and used bookstores packed with treasures, come and visit Walk a Crooked Mile--all the wonderful friends who made it out to the wilds of Mt. Airy went bug-eyed with joy when they saw the stacks and stacks of fantastic used books.

We were very professional with our sign-making.

Mason Wendell from Canary Promotions relaxes with his new favorite book ever.

Anne Seidman, the professor who dragged me, kicking and screaming, into the digital world came to the event despite the enormous pain in the tush that I was as a student.

Thanks to Ralph Medley for these pictures!

Hoping to see more readers at Blue Marble Books in Mt. Airy to kick off the Mt. Airy Kid's Literary Festival on Friday at 7 (I hear rumors that there will be pizza) and The Popularity Papers Book Release Party in Manhattan at Books of Wonder! Thanks again to everyone who came out!