“Undead Waluigi” mixed media illustration, 2018. Prints available here!
“Between the Dawn and the Dark” mixed media illustration. Created in 2017 as a Grateful Dead tribute piece.
“Death is a natural part of life. Rejoice for those around you who transform into the Force. Mourn them do not. Miss them do not.” — #ZombieYoda
Mixed media illustration, 2017. Art prints available here!
The misadventures of cynical mad scientist Zombie Rick and his fretful, easily influenced grandson Zombie Morty, who split their time between domestic family life and interdimensional adventures. A mixed media illustration I call “Weddings are basically funerals with cake” 2017. Art prints available here.
“Till Death Do Us Part” mixed media illustration, 2017. Prints available here!
“Good News, Everyone!” mixed media illustration, 2017. Art prints available here!
“Zombi-Berry Hound” is a fictional cartoon character, a blue anthropomorphic dog that speaks with a Southern drawl and has a relaxed personality. A mixed media illustration, 2017. Prints available here!
“Joy Ride” 2013 Illustration.
Album art I created for GC Records 2014 snapshot of the Las Vegas music scene.
“The Lost Zombie Boys” mixed media illustration, 2016.
I was privileged with creating artwork for Shayna Rain’s new album “Paper Flowers” – Hope y’all dig it. It will be released September 21, 2016, at The Bunkhouse Saloon, LV, NV! With Glass Pools, Turvy Organ and Drunk Old Ladies. Hope to see you there!
“Time is a precious thing. Never waste it” – Willy Wonka #RIPGeneWilder
Willy Wonka Zombie pen and ink illustration by Albert F. Montoya, 2012.
Purchase an art print of Zombie Mickey today, or you can always wear those red shoes, yellow shorts, and white gloves you’ve been saving for a special occasion.
“Dog in Armor” A commissioned watercolor illustration of the lovely puppy named Malice, 2016.
Owl Superstitions – Superstitions
Superstition is the belief in supernatural causality
Many birds are steeped in lore but the owl is a raptor in flight with no shortage of superstitions. Here are five of our favorites:
Owls are famous for their exceptional eyesight and it was thought that you could gain better eyesight from them. In England, the method was to cook owl eggs until they were ash, then incorporate them into a potion. Folklore from India had a more direct method: just eat owl eyes.
“A fine conscience I turned out to be” mixed media, 2016. Prints available here!
“A Tint of Black” 2016, graphite on paper.
“The Omega Man” – 2008 commissioned painting of Charlton Heston in 1971 “The Omega Man” movie. 24″ x 36″ acrylic on canvas.
“Don’t cry for me, I’m already dead” mixed media illustration, 2015. Prints available here!
“Frederick J. Zombstone” mixed media illustration, 2015. Prints available here!
“Where The Wild Zombies Are” (2015) A Maurice Sendak mixed media watercolor rendition of “Where the wild things are.” Max and Carol are drawn as undead zombie friends.