Slave I Blueprint/Illustration Screen Print



It’s finally here! The latest piece in my Star Wars Vehicles Blueprints series is finally done! I have once again collaborated with my dad, Will Anderson, on this illustration depicting Boba Fett’s Slave I.

It will be available to purchase for $45 HERE (click for link) on Friday, November 29 at around 10:00 MST. Here are some more details on the piece:

12″x18″ 7-color screenprint, featuring 4 metallics and a gloss varnish layer, printed on 90lb Stonehenge Natural stock, limited edition of 65.

To make this release extra-special, I will be including a 6″x9″ Probe Droid screen print with random orders.



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The Martian Chronicles at Ltd. Art Gallery


I have loved Ray Bradbury’s The Martian Chronicles ever since my Dad introduced me to it sometime in junior high, and I’ve always wanted to do an series of illustrations based on the various short stories collected therein. Ltd. Art Gallery‘s upcoming show, “A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words” featuring works based on literature presented the perfect opportunity for me to finally take a stab at this great collection of short stories. The show will open on November 8, with pieces available online shortly thereafter on their site (I’ll post an updated link to that on FB and Twitter once they’re up for sale online).


Here are some more details on the piece itself:

12″x24″, 4-color screen print on 100# French Tangy Orange Pop-Tone paper.

Limited edition Signed and Numbered run of 30


And here are some photos. Lady Lazarus did a fantastic job printing these up!


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The Walking Dead at Hero Complex Gallery

On Friday, October 11, Hero Complex Gallery will be opening their official Walking Dead show, and from the previews I’ve seen so far, it’s going to be a great show! Though, to be honest, when has Hero Complex Gallery NOT put on a great show?

The piece I’ll have there is kind of a spiritual follow-up to my Breaking Bad piece, the second in a series I’m unofficially “Glowing Personalities.” This time, Merle Dixon gets the spotlight, taking on a new identity when the lights go out.

 12”x16” 3-color (with GID) screen print, hand-printed by me.
Rives BFK, White Sheet, 250gsm paper
Run of 20, Signed &Numbered



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Hero Complex Gallery “Young Guns” Charity Auction

I had the opportunity to participate in Hero Complex Gallery‘s current “Young Guns” show, my chosen theme being “The Harrison Ford Gun Show.” Limited screen prints of my pieces depicting guns used by Harrison Ford in Blade Runner, Star Wars, and Raiders of the Lost Ark are available on the gallery’s website.

In addition to the limited screen prints, the gallery is auctioning off the three original drawings for my entries, with proceeds to benefit College Access Plan. Click on the images below to go to the auction page for each one and support this charity, and score yourself some original artwork at the same time! The auction ends on September 24, so act fast!

Hero Complex Gallery - Young Guns Of Print

Hero Complex Gallery - Young Guns Of Print

Hero Complex Gallery - Young Guns Of Print

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“Darth Vader TIE Advanced” On Sale info


Now that the Salt Lake Comic Con is over, remaining copies of my Darth Vader TIE Advanced will be going up for sale on my store page! Here are the details:

$45, limited edition 12″ x 18″, 5 color screen print, featuring 3 metallic inks, printed on 90lb Stonehenge Natural stock, edition of 77. Each one is Hand-printed, signed, and numbered by me.

Prints will go on sale between 10am and 11am MST on Thursday, September 12, right HERE.

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Salt Lake Comic Con Exclusive: Darth Vader TIE Advanced Screen Print

I will be setting up a booth at the first-ever Salt Lake Comic Con this weekend, September 5-7 (#913, come on by if you’re in the area!), and I wanted to do something special for my first con! As you may remember, my Dad and I collaborated on some Star Wars vehicle blueprint-inspired illustrations, but I only had time then to tackle some of the Rebellion vehicles from the Battle of Yavin. Well, I decided to revive that series a bit and move on to my favorite Imperial fighter: Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced!

To make it extra special, I decided to make this piece my second-ever hand-screen printed project and made it a bit more ambitious than my first attempt. Specs and photos below:


“Darth Vader TIE Advanced”

$45, limited edition 12″ x 18″, 5 color screen print, featuring 3 metallic inks, printed on 90lb Stonehenge Natural stock, edition of 77. If there are any prints remaining after the con, they will be made available on my store page.

(click on images to enlarge)

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“Respect the Chemistry” On Sale Info

It’s time to share some details on my new Breaking Bad piece I announced in my last blog post! I will put these up for sale on my print store on Thursday, July 25, some time between 10am and 11am, Mountain Time. Keep an eye on FB and Twitter for the announcement and link.


“Respect the Chemistry”


12”x16” 2-color (with GID) screen print, hand-printed by the artist

Rives BFK, White Sheet, 250gsm paper

Batch of 40, Signed &Numbered


Now, because of my learning curve during the printing process, I have a lot of what I’m calling my “half measures” – slightly messed-up prints, misaligned registration, ink splatters, etc…– that I’ll be selling at a significantly discounted rate, for those who may be interested in test prints or prints that are… slightly off. These will sell as follows:


“Half Measures A”- rough or misaligned printing of GID


12”x16” 2-color (with GID) screen print, hand-printed by the artist

Rives BFK, White Sheet, 250gsm paper

While supplies last


“Half Measures B”- no GID, rough printing of black layer


12”x16” 1-color screen print, hand-printed by the artist

Rives BFK, White Sheet, 250gsm paper

While supplies last

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My first hand-printed screen print!

I’ve recently learned a very important lesson: screen printing is hard. Like, really hard. I’ve always loved the quality of a good screen print, but I now realize that I’ve been largely unaware of the immense potential for catastrophe inherent in the process of screen printing. There are so many steps that have to be done just right or else any errors will snowball into a disaster that is only apparent once it’s too late to fix the earlier mistakes.

Not long ago, I was inspired by the fantastic Bruce Yan to try my hand at screen printing. I’ve been learning a lot about designing for screen printing, and I figured it would help to wrap my head around it if I tried doing some actual prints myself. So I looked through my notebooks and sketchbooks for an idea that would make for a good experimental printing project, and I came upon a sketch I had done for one of my all-time favorite shows:  AMC’s Breaking Bad.  A DIY screen print would be a perfect homage to the makeshift nature of much of what occurs on Breaking Bad (my kids even refer to my storage-room-turned-workshop as the “Secret Lab”).

I won’t go into the details of the production snags I hit while printing, but I can say that I learned a lot about screen printing. Mostly about what not to do while screen printing.  I am pleased to say, however, that I was successful in creating a number of prints that I am quite proud of, and I am excited to finally share them!

I’ll share more details pertaining to sale info within the next couple of days, so stay tuned. For now, here’s a glimpse at my first-ever hand-printed screen print, and my first-ever design to feature glow-in-the-dark (GID) ink:


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Star Wars Pulp Covers

Hey, everyone, I know I don’t update my blog very often, but I swear it’s because I’m busy making new art! I’ve done a ton of shows lately, and I just haven’t kept up with them all on my blog. I’m going to try to do better in the coming months, because I have a lot of really fun stuff coming up.

In fact, I’ve just finished up a really fun series that I’ve been dying to do on my own and have finally made the time to do so: Star Wars Pulp Covers! Click on the thumbnails to check ’em out below, and prints are available HERE.

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MINTcondition 2 at Ltd. Art Gallery

I’ve been invited to participate in the MINTcondition show at Ltd. Art Gallery next month, a comic book-themed show to coincide with the Emerald City Comic Con. It’s going to be an awesome show, and I’m really looking forward to seeing what the other artists come up with!

I figured I’d share here some shots of the piece that I will be submitting:

13″x19″ Giclee printed on 250gsm Arches Velin Museum Rag


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