Special thanks to my Instagram pal Schlepping_trudger for inadvertently helping to inspire the poncho outfit.


An older Frownland, repurposed for the current climate. Stay safe and sane out there, friends!


Here it is - your weekly Frownland! Incidentally, this one is featured in the 2020 Calendar, which has completely sold out this year. Thanks folks!!


You've probably noticed I've been posting reruns all month: this is due to some side projects I'm trying to finish up. Hang in there, and in the meantime here's a Frownland based on something a customer actually said to me while ordering lunch. I couldn't argue with her logic.


One of my favorites from last year, now in glorious color.


Here's one from way back in 2016. My dad had a real talent for swearing, and I remember looking forward to the day I could use those words just as freely.


Yes, Frownland Calendars are now only $12.00! There are less than a dozen left, so head on over to my Etsy Shop and help me get rid of these things!


The New Years Frownland, updated and now in vomitous color!



For those lucky enough to be working customer service this holiday season - I salute you!

Here it is - your gratuitous Cyber Monday reminder that I still have Frownland Calendars in stock and ready to go! Click the link below and buy, buy, buy! There's also Coffee Mugs.


Here it is - your weekly Frownland. This one is featured in the 2020 Frownland Calendar, which you can purchase by visiting my Etsy shop! Greet every month with a frown and some groovy art.


Here it is - your October appropriate weekly Frownland.



Heads up - your 2020 Frownland Calendar can now be purchased at both Vroman's Bookstore in Pasadena, CA or at Powell's Books in Portland, Oregon! If you live in either area, head on in and get your Frownland Calendar today!

They're here, they're cranky, and they're reasonably priced! Your 2020 Frownland Calendars are available now! Check 'em out!

Click here to purchase!


On sale next week - your 2020 Frownland Calendars! Full color and filled with enough misanthropy to get you through the next year. Stay tuned ...



This one based on a true tale related to me by my pal Ben Talley.