Sunday, December 11, 2011

Friday, December 09, 2011

Money talks, Albert walks

"Do I want to be in STL forever? Of course. People from other teams want to play in STL and they are jealous that we're in STL because the fans are unbelievable. So why would you want to leave a place like STL to go somewhere else and make 3 OR 4 MORE MILLION A YEAR? IT'S NOT ABOUT MONEY. I ALREADY GOT MY MONEY. IT'S ABOUT WINNING, THAT'S IT.
- Albert Pujols Feb 15th, 2009

Cardinals offer - 10 years $220 million
Angels offer -10 years $250 million

Difference per year = 3 MILLION

Does he owe St. Louis fans anything? Maybe not.
But he's no longer the hero of good will and loyalty. He did not rise above greed and ego.
He took the money and moved to hollywood.
That's the way the world is.
Doesn't mean I have to like it.

Have fun counting your money Albert, take care of that elbow.

* this painting originally appeared on the Jert blog on Feb 2nd, 2011

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Scam Sucks, Album Artwork

front cover, back cover and insert art from the Scam's forthcoming album "the Scam Sucks"

Monday, November 28, 2011

Jert Store Cyber Monday Sneak Attack!


 buy my wares, give your money to me instead of the corporations, yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay



Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Scad Mad Panel in Savannah Ga.

from left to right: Nick Meglin, Jack Davis, Al Jafee, Paul Coker, Sergio Aragones, Sam Viviano and Tom Richmond

Sergio and Jack where nice enough to draw in my sketchbook
myself with Jack Davis

Monday, November 21, 2011

More Highlights from the Isca 2011 artists convention

drawings of me by Dylan Glynn, Andrea Gerstmann, Tomo Tabata and David O'Keefe. Photo below by Tom Brennan

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

...and now for something completely different

"alternative girlfriend suicide" 2011 18"x24"  ink and acrylic on archival watercolor paper. created for the Sidekicks and Soulmates group show at the Mad Art Gallery this last October.

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

New Dropout Boogie Art

New flier for Kansas City DJ collective Dropout Boogie. If you have old-fashioned 3D glasses put 'em on and look at the image.