Slightly Disturbing Cartoons From Over the Years

I’ve been drawing weird cartoon faces for as long as I can remember. I have no clue why- it’s just something I’ve always done in my spare time, when I’m bored, and during most of my classes in school. Here are some of the slightly disturbing doodles I’ve drawn over the years. Thanks, and enjoy!

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Father’s Day Weirdness

In honor of Father’s Day, I made this for my dad, who’s a sax player (among other things):

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As well as this image, depicting my friend and his magical Goddaughter:

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That is all for now, thanks for being awesome! Oh, and Happy Father’s Day! 

 

 

 


You can follow my work on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram — and, if you enjoy what you see, any voluntary donation that you can afford would be greatly appreciated. Donations go toward funding new projects, and purchasing supplies and equipment. If you feel inspired to donate, you can do so here. Thank you so much for your support, and for enjoying my work. 

Slightly disturbing prints

Greetings, fellow carbon-based life forms! 

If you are a fan of my slightly disturbing artwork, I’ve got great news for you! As of tonight, you will never again spend hours of your time staring at that boring, empty wall that is begging to have strange imagery on it. You can now transform your wall into a proud display of weirdness, by purchasing high-quality prints of these unique, and slightly disturbed illustrations! Simply click on the image you wish to see on your bedroom ceiling every morning when you wake up, and viola! Your wish shall be granted! 

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Quest

When we embark on a journey, we often forget that the destination serves only as a container for the real adventure, which is often discovered unexpectedly when new experiences challenge our attachment to security and comfort. We are afraid of losing control over our experiences, because we feel that so long as we are in control, there is a buffer between our vulnerability and the overwhelming pain that we are capable of feeling.

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And yet, along with our understandable inclination to avoid pain, something very precious is lost. Though it may seem subtle, we pay a price for the control that we impose on our experiences. We are afraid, and the price that we pay for turning away from our fear is that we find it more difficult to embrace the totality of our journey, and to find meaning in its unpredictability. We are reluctant to let go of our fear because we misunderstand its purpose- fear can teach us to be brave, just as suffering can teach us to be strong. I hope that on your journey, you give yourself the gift of feeling the awesome power of the human experience, both in its darkness and in its light, if only just for a moment. Heads up- tears may flow.

“Not all those who wander are lost.” 

-J.R.R. Tolkien


You can follow my work on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram — and, if you enjoy what you see, any voluntary donation that you can afford would be greatly appreciated. Donations go toward funding new projects, and purchasing supplies and equipment. If you feel inspired to donate, you can do so here. Thank you so much for your support, and for enjoying my work. 
“I discovered early in life a stunning truth that’s made my life very complicated in its wake, but that I still think is true, and it’s that people are very easy to love.”
-Terence McKenna

Violence

Violence

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“People hate what they don’t understand and try to destroy it.”

-Eva Le Gallienne


You can follow my work on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram — and, if you enjoy what you see, any voluntary donation that you can afford would be greatly appreciated. Donations go toward funding new projects, and purchasing supplies and equipment. If you feel inspired to donate, you can do so here. Thank you so much for your support, and for enjoying my work. 
“I discovered early in life a stunning truth that’s made my life very complicated in its wake, but that I still think is true, and it’s that people are very easy to love.”
-Terence McKenna

Childhood Friend

Tonight I’d like to share a painting I made a while ago, which was inspired by a friend’s story about their childhood fantasies.

Childhood Friend – Oil on canvas

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“I discovered early in life a stunning truth that’s made my life very complicated in its wake, but that I still think is true, and it’s that people are very easy to love.”

-Terence McKenna