Right after Commander Cheetos got elected, there were immediate calls of action. Especially in the art field.
One of them was Knockdown Center who had an open call for their upcoming Nasty Women exhibition. Proud to say my illustration was accepted into the show taking place Jan. 12 – 15, 2017. The opening reception will be on Thursday Jan. 12th from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.
My print of the illustration #trumpsucksballs will be part of the display. Basically I took a combination of a lewd joke and a popular Instagram hashtag which resulted in this:
Since the result of the presidential election, I’ve decided to get more involved in women’s and LBGQT issues.
I’ve also put this image as a greeting card. So if you would like to order one for yourself, It’s $4.00 ($3.00 + $1.00 for S&H). Comes in cellophane with an orange envelope. You can send payment to PsychoBunnycomix@aol.com. Just be sure and specify “Trump card” when ordering. The card is blank inside so you can mail your own personalized message to the White House. Again, this card will not be available at all future events due to the nature of this work.
Had some downtime tonight. So I went through the sketch book I’ve had for almost six months. It’s pretty beat up with most of the pages torn out, which means it’s time for a new one. Came across something I was working on earlier this year, but never completed till now.
Over ten years I started by doing sketches containing magickal symbols etc. Over time I’ve drifted away, focusing on other subjects. Somehow it always comes back to the tarot. Which lead me to studying assorted esoteric subjects.
From 2005 to 2009 I used to self-published a sketchbook/zine titled Babalon Babes. Looking back ‘babes’ is such a cheesy word, but it worked at the time. There were four issues of Babalon Babes. Basically Babalon Babes was a combination of erotica and esoteric. Whatever I was into eventually found it’s way into the sketchbook. The only one still available is issue 4, which was the astrology issue. The other issues were more eclectic, ranging from ceremonial magick, Thelema Chaos and dark paganism. Almost brought it back in late 2012 with a Norse theme, but nixed the idea later on.
Very basic interpretations of the Star card: Hope, dreams, spirituality, renewal, inspiration. People will have different interpretations depending on the question, deck itself, and on the rest of the reading. It’s supposed to be a good card for love but also an unpredictable one. The Star card corresponds to the astrology sign of Aquarius. It showed up in a quick reading I did for myself earlier tonight. It wasn’t a serous reading but it was curious to see this card pop up. Perhaps I was worried about what 2017 might bring. Surprisingly reassuring, especially with mercury in retrograde as of this blog post.
Psycho Bunny thought it was more appropriate for 2016.
Introducing the Psycho Bunny sketch of the week. The holiday edition.
Hope everyone had a good holiday season so far. Thanks to the many people who supported me and my comics, illustrations and other work this year.
The usual plugs: Don’t forget to hit “like” for both Facebook pages. There’s one for Psycho Bunny Comix and one for my other illustration work WitchesBrewPress. Psycho Bunny is also on Twitter. Soon I’ll revamp my website for an updated shop menu. The shop will be updated, to make ordering comics easier. Stay tuned.
I was being nice with the title of this blog post.
For this blog, I’ve more or less stayed away from politics, except for the webcomic Shitty Mickey and occasional mentions of Occupy Wall Street. That was way back when, however. In late 2016, it’s a whole other matter. What 2017 will bring is very unnerving.
Getting to the point, I’m not happy with the current president-elect. I think he’s unfit for office, and a very dangerous man. The last thing you need to read is yet another blog offering up political opinions. So I’ll let the below image speak for itself.
WARNING: NOT SAFE FOR WORK (NSFW)
I was aiming for tacky, lewd and orange. Oh, and the hashtag I got from Instagram. So thanks Instagram.
Who knows what 2017 will bring. Perhaps the electoral college will change their votes, or he will get impeached. Pence, his VP is actually worse, but Pence is also a career politician – also less likely to press that red nuclear button. Following Pence is Paul Ryan. Basically we’re doomed.
Never have I been so grateful to live in a blue state in all my life.
In general, 2016 has been a wretched year. For me personally, it’s been kind. On an international level, not so much. What’s worse is for all the nonsense news we hear such as Kayne West meeting up with Trump, Aleppo was being bombed. Hell, I even surprised myself by shedding a tear for Mohammad Alaa Jaleel. He’s better known as “The cat man of Aleppo.” If you don’t know who he is, you should. A fellow cat lover who risked his life to help care of all the stray and abandoned cats in war torn East Aleppo. He has everything to lose and nothing to gain by taking care of these animals, but he has something that’s becoming increasingly rare today – compassion. If anyone deserves the Noble Peace Prize, it’s him.
Enough of my soap box. I’ve made greeting cards out of that repulsive image that resembles Cheetos man. I’m NOT going to be selling these cards at every future event. If I decide to, i’ll be very selective as to where. Regardless, these will be available on demand. If you want this card, you can send $3.00 to PayPal. Some of the proceeds from this card will be donated to charity. Just haven’t decided which one as of yet. Maybe it’ll be a feminist organization, an LGBT group, or for Standing Rock, or towards the Cat Man of Aleppo. As long as it’s a reputable charity. We’ll see how many are actually sold. Regardless. Buy a card for someone you loathe.
Just a quick reminder. If you’re in the NYC area, particularly Bushwick and Ridgewood, then don’t miss out on the Krampus Holiday Fair happening tomorrow, Saturday Dec. 17th, free admission, from 4 – 8 pm. It’s happening at The Cobra Club, located at 6 Wyckoff Avenue. You can take the L train to Jefferson Street. The event is for 21+.
I’ve created some one of a kind tree ornaments exclusively for this fair.
Cthulhu ornament created by Michele Witchipoo. Dec. 2016
Hermetic Holiday ornament created by Michele Witchipoo Dec. 2016.
Christmas angel ornament created by Michele Witchipoo Dec. 2016.
These other ornaments I’ve created will also be available for purchase. Not many of the Krampus ornaments left, so grab them while you can. The same goes for the David Bowie ornament. My comics and greeting cards will also be available for purchase, in particular, my popular Krampus card.
Black glitter Krampus ornament created by Michele Witchipoo, Nov. 2016.
Glitter David Bowie (Aladdin Sane era) ornament created by Michele Witchipoo, Nov. 2016.
Plain black Krampus ornament created by Michele Witchipoo, Nov. 2016.
Red glitter Krampus ornaments created 2015.
My comics and greeting cards will also be available for purchase, in particular, my popular Krampus card.
Don’t forget to check out the other vendors as well.
There was a mention about the upcoming Krampus Holiday Fair this Saturday, happening over at The Cobra Club in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Free admission. You can read about the write-up over at qns.com. You can also check out the Facebook invite here.
There will be talented vendors selling various crafts and artisan goods. Check out the Facebook invite for details. I’ll be there selling my handmade tree ornaments, greeting cards and comics. See you there this Saturday.
For those who hate the elf on the shelf. So does Psycho Bunny.
This week’s Psycho Bunny sketch of the week.
This week I will be at the Krampus Holiday Fair Saturday. Dec. 17th, from 4-8pm. Free admission, at The Cobra Bar in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The event is put together by the new Paper Rock Scissors Collective. The Facebook invite is here. It’ll be my last vending event until next year, 2017.
One last fair to close out 2016. Alright, so 2016 was a bust universally. Especially with Trump, aka ‘Cheetos Man’ as the U.S. President Elect. Yuck. You can still find some cheer at the upcoming Krampus Holiday Fair.
The Krampus Holiday Fair will be at The Cobra Club Sat. Dec. 17th, from 4 – 8pm. Free admission. If you’re in the NYC area, you can take the L subway line, getting off at Jefferson Ave to 6 Wyckoff Ave. The fair, put together by the Paper Rock Scissors Collective, will have vendors selling various crafts and artisan treats. I’ll have a table selling my comics, greeting cards and tree ornaments.