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American Analog is a black and white collection of photos by Doctor Popular. Mostly shot with Tri-x and Arista Premium film, the raw look of these photos translates greatly into a zine format. Each issue of American Analog focuses on a different topic, this first issue, also known as the Poodle issue< collects candid and street photos from San Francisco.
Beeps And Smudges is an album created exclusively with iPhone and iPad apps. The music is experimental electronica. You can hear (and or download) the album from BeepsAndSmudges.com
A comic written, drawn, AND painted with a 24hr period. This full color comic is 24 pages long and my first attempt at a serious (-ish) narrative.
Stop using disposable coffee sleeves! These denim coffee cozies keep your drink insulated and stylish
Remade from scraps of (washed) discarded blue jeans given to me from friends.
More info on my denim cozies here.
Simply put, these wallets are awesome! Compact and durable, my wallets will last you for years. They are made from tailored scraps of selvage denim jeans, corduroy, and a golden yellow leather.
Each wallet has two pockets, the smaller leather pocket is for credit cards and ID. The larger corduroy pocket is for cash and coins. To close it, simply fold and tuck the card slot into the lip on the other edge of the wallet.
More info about these wallets here.
My first font. Created in 2006 and I still use it all the time. The font was hand drawn using a brush and ink and then scanned into Fontify.com
Featuring hand drawn illustrations by Doc and then laser etched onto classic wooden yo-yos by the fine folks at YoYoFactory. Each yo-yo has a self portrait of Doc on a argyle background on one side and the “Hand-tler” moose on the other.
These yo-yos are great loopers. Only 50 made.
These 100 page journals were made by my friends at Vulto/Smuzi in Brazil. The art is a water color painting I did with hands for antlers… I’m not sure of what my fascination with Hand-tlers is, but I’ve been drawing them for years now and it seemed like a perfect fit for the journal.