This is a tall ball monster named Ruby. She has yellow chucks and rainbow spines because she is an artist. She likes to play bubble bobble on her phone while she waits in line at walmart.
This is a caricature of Michael Stipe as an old man with a giant gray beard and Soulja Boy sunglasses. Postmodern rock star.
I am fascinated by microbes. The fact that tiny rna injecting critters float around in the air and exist only to sicken and sometimes kill us – is frightening. They are tiny monsters and eventually we will have another massive epidemic like the Spanish flu that sickened 1 in 10 people on the planet. Check out this TED talk about doom – including the dangers of the flu.
I love Halloween. It is the best time of year in Georgia. The weather is perfect. After a long hot miserable summer the coolness is amazing. Contrasts are magic. This is a Jack-o-lantern who has seen too many days. He is starting to rot and slowly dissolve but he is still chipper. He is starting to grow little gray fuzzy things on the inside and he is fascinated by each stage of his short life.
Mario is the coolest and most psychedelic Nintendo mascot ever. If you haven’t played Mario 3 — you are missing out on one of the best 2-D platform games ever made.
Sweet sugary pink cotton candy monster being friendly and folksy. Farmers shear them twice weekly and sell their cotton candy to circuses and fairs.
Fugazi the punk monster drives his hotrod race car with no muffler through his suburban neighborhood at night.
Philip Seymour Hoffman caricature. This guy seems to be in all of my favorite movies. He is easily one of the most talented and original actors working today. Though in no way for kids — his movie Happiness is one of the funniest and most moving movies ever made. RIP Mr Hoffman.
Eustace Tilley illustration for giggles. Eustace is a dandy created by Rea Irvin for the New Yorker.
When chuck the monster gets lonely he resorts to his sentient boogers for companionship. As they tire of his company and start to ignore him he wipes them under his desk and thoughtfully “picks” a new friend.