I donated one of my rarest prints (Sweeberrehwhy! The first Just Like Us) as well as a couple others to Made for Moore, a charity event that will benefit the people whose entire way of life was taken from them.
There is a KILLER, insane, wicked lineup or artists who have donated prints, originals and I promise you will very badly want at least one thing. Check out the Facebook so you can keep tabs. It’s a good cause, and you could walk away with something really rad: https://www.facebook.com/MadeForMooreAuction?ref=nf
"I want to hang a map of the world in my house. Then I’m gonna put pins into all the locations that I’ve traveled to. But first, I’m gonna have to travel to the top two corners of the map so it won’t fall down."
I was really stoked when I got an e-mail from Aziz asking me to do his new comedy tour poster, as I’m a big fan. His idea was to do an homage to a Thurston poster but with a bit of a spin. Really happy with how it came out, and I can’t wait to hear Aziz’s new material!
jakefogelnest said:Mike showed me your Kreayshawn hanging out with Seinfeld. Amazing! Can you draw Scheershawn? That of course is a combination of Kreayshawn and Paul Scheer as one person. Thanks!!
Today’s special guest submission comes from Sirius XMU DJ / Comedian / Overall Boss of the Internet Jake Fogelnest! It was a pleasure taking part in Jake’s attempt to include Paul Scheer’s face in every absurd setting known to man. Hopefully this is enough of a masterpiece where Jake and I can become best friends on twitter and go see the next Kevin James movie together. And Paul, I’d love to have you as a guest as well, as long as you don’t have me draw Kreayshawn again.
This is your best one yet Logan, really great.
And Paul, you doing anything this weekend? Would you fancy a date at the Sizzler? You are lookin hot with all that swag coming out your broveries.
Last night I went to Shitty Jobs at UCB to check it out (hilarious!) and to bring Ben Schwartz a SirMitchell shirt. Funny enough, he decided to wear it for the show, and I was wearing the same shirt which lead to awkward stares after the show.