It's been quite a while without new drawings here at The Famous Hairdos of Popular Music.
Some might say too long.
Others might say not long enough.
I say, "Here's some drawings that arrived in the mail. I think they are wonderful."
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
The above hairdo drawings were created by my former roommate and talented ceramicist Dana Childs while he was staying in Milwaukee for the 48th annual NCECA Conference, exhibiting his work in two separate shows. Needless to say, these goofy drawings may not have been the most notable part of his Midwestern sojourn, but I love them. I'm always grateful to receive drawings for The Famous Hairdos of Popular Music, and it's always great to see my buddy. Thanks, Dana.
Monday, March 17, 2014
I journeyed on Saturday from Milwaukee to Chicago to represent Lemon o Books and The Famous Hairdos of Popular Music at the 5th annual Chicago Zine Fest. I've attended this amazing event each year, and as always my deepest thanks go out to the organizers, attendees and exhibitors for making this day one of the highlights of my calendar.
Thanks also to the kind folks who submitted drawings to the Famous Hairdos of Popular Music project, which is closing in on its own anniversary- six years, hundreds of drawings, and eight books. I hope you enjoy these portraits as much as I do! Let's keep doing this.
Monday, January 20, 2014
The Wolfman Meets The Bride of Frankenstein
From Lemon o Books, publisher and instigator of The Famous Hairdos of Popular Music project, this is our newest publication. Follow this link for more images and information on obtaining a copy.
Thanks for looking!