Thursday, November 22, 2012

I'm going to be moving my blog

All future blog posts I'll make will be at this site:
If you still wish to follow my posts and updates, please follow me there: Thanks!

Friday, November 2, 2012

Two Stories MFA Thesis Show!

For anyone into my work in the LA or OC area, I've got my solo MFA exhibition coming up on November 11th. Here're the details:

Two Stories

by Joshua Kemble

in partial fulfillment of the MFA Studio Art Degree

Reception   November 11th
Hours         M T Th 12-5pm
                  W 12-7pm

Gallery        Marilyn Werby
                   School of Art
                   California State University,
                   Long Beach


Parking       park in lots 7,8, or 8a
                   via permit or meters


You can RSVP, and get more info at the facebook event page:

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Bigfoot, Villains, and Klostermen!

 Above is the cover/back cover artwork I did for Bruce Phillip Hood's startling, funny, witty, and sometimes highly disturbing tale of Bigfoot, "Bigfoot Down." It's a good read, and it's now up for sale on Amazon's Kindle Store. And features cover artwork by me. Definitely not one for the kids, but a really exhilarating and strange tale. Pick up a copy by clicking here.

Next, the kind folks at Threadless Reprinted an oldie, but goodie created by me, called "the League of Cliché Evil Super-Villains" which you can purchase, and should purchase, here:

It's now available as an Iphone case as well!

Lastly, my buddies at Devastator Quarterly have posted a really great preview of the Invasion of the Klostermen! Story, for which I created the cover (back cover artwork) for. If you're into satire, and down for a laugh, check that out here:

That's it for now... My graduate thesis project is well underway, and I'll be updating with more awesome stuff, and frequency then!

Saturday, September 15, 2012

New Illustration in the Devastator Quarterly!

The awesomely kind folks at the Devastator Quarterly, a quarterly comedy magazine, keeping up the good old fashioned style of older comic filled mags like Mad, and the later Cracked, invited me to do a piece for their last issue on Fantasy, but time didn't permit it. I was super sad about it, since I absolutely love what they are doing in the comics industry. Luckily, this time, I was able to rock an illustration based on the backwards issue (yes, every issue has a fake parody book in reverse). Anyhow, pick up your copy to see my back cover illustration titled "Invasion of the Klostermen" in issue #6. You can pick up a copy here:
All your purchases go to keep this awesome magazine going forward in the future, and it's well worth it. They're doing great comedy, which is a rare thing in comics these days. Support them, and pick up a copy!

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Captain Obvious REPRINTED Again!

Hey, my design with Nathan Stillie titled "Captain Obvious!" was reprinted again by Threadless. If you haven't picked up a copy yet, you should go get one, as the shirt sells out pretty quickly!,guys/style,shirt

Monday, August 13, 2012

New Shirt Design that Needs YOUR VOTE!

I recently completed this illustration of Mitt Romney, continuing my silly pun portrait designs, playing off of the fact that Romney sounds like Zombie, as well as the mis-spelling of America (Amercia) his campaign made. If you can, please click the link below to vote for the shirt by giving it a score of 1 to 5 (5 being the best, 1 being the worst). Any of my success with Threadless has depended heavily on the support of you guys who take the time to leave a vote/ comment. If you can, please go there and vote for this to win and get PRINTED as a shirt:
 Zomney For Amercia! - Threadless T-shirts, Nude No More

Monday, July 9, 2012

Be Street Magazine Interview-Full

I posted before some poor quality pictures of the magazine interview I did for issue #17 of the French Urban art magazine called "Be Street," courtesy of the magazine, I'm now posting the nice version of the files from the magazine. You can, and I suggest should, pick up a copy here: