Another Reminder – White Plains Comic Con

On Saturday June 4th, I will be at the second annual White Plains Comic Con. Just a reminder.



Catland Open Gallery June 3-5

The weekend of June 3 -5 will be a busy one. I’ll be participating in two events. Here’s the first one.

One June 3rd & 5th, I will be exhibiting three pieces from my 2012 Prometheus series at this group artshow. It will be at Catland, located in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Check out the Facebook invite (and yes, unlike those fake FB concerts as of late, this is a real invite). The exhibit will be part of the new Bushwick Arts Festival. Usually around this time, Bushwick Open Studios takes place, but BOS decided to move this year’s activities to the Fall.

Open Gallery at Catlands


The Prometheus series I did back in 2012 was done in a variety of mixed mediums, ranging from ink, watercolor, pen and acrylic. I’ve also added Sacred Geometry into the mix.

Then on June 4th, I will be at the White Plains Comic Con.



Psycho Bunny’s Ideal of Love

Everyone has their own definitions of love. Psycho Bunny of course, has his own.

Psycho Bunny’s ideal of love. Based on the comic by Michele Witchipoo. May 2016. Website to order comics: and FB page for the latest updates:

If you haven’t heard already, I will be selling my comics and art at the White Plains Comic Con II June 4th, and at another upcoming comic con to be announced soon on Aug 7th. To stay informed, you can ‘like’ Psycho Bunny’s FB page.


Article About White Plains Comic Con

With White Plains Comic Con II coming up, check out this article posted on the GoComics website. I’m mentioned in the write-up.

Since I have your attention, it should be noted again that the purpose of this particular comic con is to raise awareness to stop bullying. Admission is free, and it’s near public transportation. So get your ticket and drop by June 4th.


You can get your free tickets here.

White Plains Comic Con II

On June 4th, 2016, I’ll be at the White Plains Comic Con II. Last year’s White Plains event was packed, so don’t miss out this time. Should also mention that the focus of this comic con, like last year is anti-bullying.


You can get your free tickets here.

This Saturday At Lovecraft Bar NYC

A quick reminder that this Saturday I’ll be showing my work and selling my comics at this event. It’ll be at Lovecraft , located at 50 Avenue B, right in the heart of the East Village. Admission will be five dollars, and proceeds will benefit the homeless. If you show up, you can buy my Cthulhu greeting card.

My line of greeting cards: Steampunk Cthulhu, Krampus, and a Lemmy/Wendy O Valentine. Designs/illustrations by Michele Witchipoo. 2016.

As the copy goes: “A NYC illustrators artists showcase, live music, tattoo artists, NYC tattoo model showcase, Venus Pain Creations, Michele Witchipoo, Margarette Ghost, Ellen Stedfeld, Christopher Lucero, Indigo Ortiz, Radioactive Material, Bodega Dreams, Black Space Odyssey, Cosplay model showcase, art networking event, trade show, art show, & meet & greet. $5 donations to help make nyc better. Food & drink deals. Dinner, art, and shows. Absinthe cocktails.”


Get your advance tickets here.

Event starts at 7pm. See you on Saturday.


Another mercury in retrograde is upon us, so once again is another look back.

Back in 2012, I had created these fine art drawings for Bushwick Open Studios. The event itself took place inside a loft, which turned out to be a real mess. Despite this, I was pleased the artwork created for this show. The woman putting the show together suggested that I should do Prometheus. Again, the woman had no ideal what she was doing, but in the end, the result was these pieces. So something good came out of that fiasco. (I ended up doing a much better Bushwick Open Studios last year with the Ridgewood Arts Coalition, at the Vander-Ende Onderdonk House.)

These ink drawings were shown a few more times afterwards during 2012 and 2013. Afterwards they were put in storage. Today, I took them out and had a real good look at them after nearly three years. Oh, and of course, this time around I was ten times more critical of this work now than when originally created. This seems to be a habit with me as of late. Going over some of my older pieces, and fine combing them. Funny, back when I first started, I thought I was doing perfectly fine. Now that the freshman arrogance is gone, I’m thinking what I could have done differently. A lot like life, I suppose. It’s too late for regrets, but it never hurts to look back at past work.

There was eight created in my Prometheus series. Here I’m showing three. The first two seen here are related I combined the Prometheus mythos with sacred geometry. The mediums were ink, watercolor, pen and glitter watercolor. Done in either May or June 2012.

Prometheus One, by Michele Witchipoo, early summer 2012.
Prometheus Two, done by Michele Witchipoo, early summer 2012.

The next one shown is Prometheus as an older, wise man. The mediums here was very mixed. Ink, acrylic, watercolor, and pen.

Wise Prometheus, by Michele Witchipoo. Early summer 2012.

Usually I don’t sell my originals, just prints. With these, there’s an exception. I’m selling all of the originals here. It’s just better if I part with these. In fact, today I seriously thought of burning my entire Prometheus series. I’m not joking. It would make sense actually, since Prometheus brought fire to humanity.

Sometimes it’s best to burn bridges, as to not live in the past. To dwell in the past hurts what matters the most – to live and love in the present.