This is kitty cat burger. She is a yummy sentient sandwich invented in a lab at Procter and Gamble.
This is Chazzy the monster. He wears his floaties all day everyday. They protect him from bad things and make him feel secure.
This is a blue worm monster with 6 eyes and 2 arms. He lives in the closet and when night falls he creeps out and gives people unwanted hugs. Hundreds of unwanted hugs.
One of the coolest places I have ever been is to the M&M Store on The Vegas Strip. It is a pop art shrine to the coolest candy ever. This is an M&M Mascot made to look like an 80s New Wave Punk with CBGB 3-D Glasses.
I love Totoro. It is such a simple and gentle movie about summers and childhood and how a kid’s brain works to process the world with love and imagination.
I love 90s and early 2000s cartoons. This is my take on Grim from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy. It is so odd how such a dark symbol for our own mortality has been appropriated so many times into modern western culture as a comedic figure. Postmodernism you are so silly.
I have drawn and painted a few chili peppers but I haven’t been happy with any of them. This one is better. He is a ghost pepper mascot and he is inspired by watching crazy people on Youtube eat Carolina Reapers for views.
This is a happy red monster with tentacles and and wings. His tentacles are a jumbled mess like his brain. He gobbles too much junk food. Sugar makes his mind swirly and jittery.
Noface is a character from Miyazaki’s movie Spirited Away. He is a misunderstood and lonely spirit with a sinister expressionless mask who shows up at the bathhouse looking for friends. He is a glutton who lures people with fake gold to wait on him hand and foot. As he eats he transforms from a skinny, reserved and shy spirit to a growling monster who eats the critters around him and is bent on causing chaos. He is obsessed with Chihiro because she is honest and true and follows her throughout the movie. I remember watching Spirited Away back in 2000 when I was very depressed and alone. It is so strange and psychedelic and its narrative is stream of consciousness like a kid’s air conditioned summer daydream.
Monsters like to watch scary movies in bed. They like to get in chat rooms and watch streams of horror movies from the 80s while they snuggle in their bed. When they are alone in their room in the dark – they pull the covers over them to feel safe.
This a purple monster with green hair and a green nose. He was inspired by Pusha-Ts new album Daytona.
I love radiohead. Their bear mascot is so delightfully evil. He is actually an alien. But he isn’t one of those friendly bug eyed humanoid aliens from area 51. He is a carnivorous bear monster who flies between star systems on his polished silver ship and uses humans on earth as livestock to nourish him. He can’t possibly carry enough food on board his ship so he is forced to make food stops along the way. He herds great masses of people into his ship on harvest day. Thom Yorke’s songs discuss this gruesome slaughter at length.
Monsters spend their weekends sweeping blue fuzzy dust balls from under their bed. This is a friendly blue fuzzball called poof. She is poofy and sweet.
This guy is actually filled with helium and he also has helium filled balloons on his arms. He is a balloon with balloons. He is a gray cyclops monster with no depth perception. His reality is flat. He floats twice as well when he has extra balloons. He soars above the ground worried about approaching spring storms.
Bob’s Big Boy is a burger joint in California. This is their cool 50s mascot as a zombie. He has gotton fat from eating brain burgers and brain juice shakes.
This is a blue slime monster. He is transparent. Everything he is thinking you can read on his face. His name is Chuck and he is icky and wet. Everything he touches gets slimy. He is part jello – part slug. Chuck is wearing a black m&m cap.