Two books now available for sale!

Available now the collection of my Dordles. These amazing and virtuous scribbles are not just drawings; they’re far worse. Dordles symbolically chronicle working in the advertising Industry. Each mark of lacerating genius is thoughtfully recorded in the margins of briefs, discarded printouts, or the company stationary. The turds are then scanned, colored, composed and polished on computer. Hopefully, this preserves the playfulness and stupidity of the drawings while giving a bit more depth. Idle hands are the dordles’ playthings, crafted from inspiration found only through boredom and profound soul-crushing dissatisfaction. I hope these dordles provide you as much excitement as what drove me to draw them in the first place.

The book is published by Lulu Press, a reliable print on demand service and web store front with finish of a quality between Kinkos and a professional press. The most economical way to ship is through standard mail, though it takes a while. Lulu often defaults to a more costly shipping option at checkout, so be careful.

As I’m not in need for money, these books are being sold practically at cost.

Printed: 70 pages, 8.26″ x 11.69″, perfect binding, 80# white interior paper, full-color interior ink , 90# exterior paper, full-color exterior ink, $15.95. ORDER NOW!

Available now is the Anthology Edition of my Sad Poems. This volume contains all poems from the first two volumes, plus no extra content. Glossy and beautiful color cover, perfect bound black and white pages.

Sad Poems Anthology Edition
Printed: 74 pages, 6″ x 9″, perfect binding, 60# cream interior paper, black and white interior ink , 100# exterior paper, full-color exterior ink, $6.95. ORDER NOW!



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i got my copy of ‘sad poems’ in the mail today. so far I am quite pleased with the quality of the printing, the design, and most of all, the content. my favorite poem thus far, i believe, is ‘tubes’ (p. 29).

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September 10th, 2006. Categories / Dordles, Projects

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