"It's The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown."

I'd like to introduce my officially licensed 2014 Peanuts prints for Charles M. Schulz’s 1974 classic, “It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown.”

Now on sale!

All DHM “It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown” editions measure 18″ x 24,” are strictly limited, numbered, and individually screen printed with Editions as follows:

Standard: “It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown”(Edition of 280)

Variant: “It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown” (Edition of 50)

*Plus a select run of just 5 of each style-Standard and Variant-printed on 18″ x 24″ panels of wood:
“It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown” (Standard art) Wood Edition of 5
“It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown” (Variant art) Wood Edition of 5

Standard: $65
Variant: $100
Wood Edition: $250



PLANET-PULP's January theme was all things Jack Kirby. I went with one of his master villains - Darkseid. Traditional gouache on board with digital colors.

Original blacks for sale.


Breaking Bad Variant



Breaking Bad


Jesse Pinkman

Here is a behind the scenes peek into what I have been working on over the last few nights.


"Tell em' Large Marge sent ya!"


Crazy 4 Cult 7

Like a garbage truck dropped from the Empire State Building, Gallery 1988's slams into New York City once again for the Super Bowl of pop culture shows – Crazy 4 Cult 7. Every year artists are given a specific list of classic Cult movies to choose from as their subject. Last year I chose Back To The Future, this year I wanted to paint something a little more unexpected. 

As you may know, I'm no stranger to the Pee Wee universe so this year I chose Tim Burton's cult classic Pee Wee's Big Adventure and went with a character that only had 2 minutes of screen time but instantly engraved herself into pop cultures psyche for all time - I'm talking about everyones favorite late night ghost trucker Large Marge.

Large Marge
Original Gouache on Cold Press Board
15" x 20"



Saturday Morning Cartoons

I was asked to take part in a gallery show dedicated to a forgotton tradition...the Saturday morning cartoon marathon. Saturday mornings were what I lived for as a kid. I would glue my butt to the coutch from 8 to noon every saturday morning and loved every second of it. The kids today have no idea what they missed out on. 

This show takes place at Ltd. Gallery in Seattle on Friday, July 19th. at 307 E. Pike St. If you can make it out I highly recommend you do, it should be pretty fun.

I chose classic Hanna-Barbera as my theme. I will have these 6 paintings for sale at the show. All are one of a kind 11" x 14" acrylic on canvas and will sell for only $100 each.

For online sales please visit Ltd here


Scorcese - A Spoke Art Tribute

A few months ago I participated in a Martin Scorcese group show hosted by Spoke Art in a satelite NYC gallery.

The art for this show was off the chain incredible. I was honered to of been invited to contribute. The show was incredibly busy, with foot traffic packing the show the entire time. Here's a glimpse.

Scorsese - An Art Show Tribute from Colin M Day on Vimeo.


 While I may be sold out there, a lot of great originals and prints are still available, head over and see what's available!

Huge thank yous to whoever bought my 2 paintings in the show. Drop me a line if you're reading this.




My contribution to the PLANET-PULP RED Show at Hero Complex Gallery.
Samurai Jack
18" x 24" Silkscreen printed by DL Printing
Heavy French Pop Tone Paper
Limited Edition of 50



Who's Scruffy Looking - color

Original Windsor & Newton Designer Blacks with Photoshop colors.

Original B/W Painting is for sale. Contact me if interested.



After three years, PLANET-PULP, for the first time is trading in its digital self for a phisical show hosted by our incredible friends at the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles. I have been curating this show in one phase or another for the past 6 months and am incredibly excited and proud of what we've put together.

Unlike the traditional group pop culture show this show is exclusively comprised of PLANET-PULP Members. In all there are over 50 members contributing original paintings along with limited edition giclees and silkscreened prints to this show. There's even a ridicously cute Marquis sculpture.

RED is unique in setup, the theme I gave to the artists was this - anything you want but make red the primary focus. What we got in return is a unbelievable group show that is incredibly diverse in turnout. This show literally will have something for everyone as your favorites from TV, Movies, Comic Books and Literature are all represented here.

RED will have a limited engagement for two weeks at the gallery with online sales continuing on well past the show. So if you can't make it out to the big premier on July 5th in person you will at least be able to see and buy items on the Hero Complex Gallery website.

Thanks to all who have helped turn this into a reality, to Adam Smasher and Crew for the faith, and most importantly the Rogues of PLANET-PULP who have all helped me build something incredible. I'm quite proud to have you all along for our first of many shows together.




Who's Scruffy Looking

A recent painting I finished. Here are the un-retouched blacks scanned in and awaiting color. I should have the color version posted soon. Originally intended for the 3rd Annual Star Wars Show at Planet-Pulp, this now sits in my archive. And yes for less than a trip to Alderaan Han can be yours to hang in your own personal cantina. Contact me here.



My contribution for PLANET-PULP's 3rd annual Star Wars Show – VADER
Lot's of amazing things happening over there, check out all the great art at http://www.planet-pulp.com/


Star Trek at PLANET-PULP

Hey everyone, just wanted to real quick that PLANET-PULP just wrapped up another fantastic show - Star Trek. It wasn't our biggest show to date but I believe without a doubt that it contained some of the best artwork we've displayed to date. Beam on over and check it out!

Image courtesy of Paul Shipper