Jeaux Janovsky is a California based cartoonist and animator.
A graduate of the California Institute of the Arts, Jeaux graduated with a BFA in Character Animation and has also worked in a variety of other fields including art directing, illustration, video games, toy design, graphic design, new media, social media, and more.
His art has been published and seen in several art and culture magazines, as well as numerous comic and graphic novel anthologies and companies.
His work is available in both digital and hand-drawn formats, and he is available for freelance illustration and animation.
"Jeaux I have looked at your illustrations and with out any pandering on my part think its GREAT ORIGINAL PUREST CARTOON DRAWING IVE SEEN IN A LONG TIME IT HARKS BACK TO THE 30s AND FORWARD TO THE FUTURE"-Ralph Bakshi
Here are a few High Rez screengrabs for your viewing & desktop pleasure:
As always, Click all to make Godzilla sized.
Don't just stop there! Why don't you check out the brand spanking NEW Life After Myth Tumblr site? There's lots of LAM goodies there, and hopefully I'll begin posting up some early Myth design work on there during the on-coming weeks!
You know you guys wanna see this on the small-screen! I know I do. ;)
I hope the Exes in these won't be too upset w/ me for putting these up. Elizabeth, Cory, Cristina? Thank you to each one of you for being a part of my life at some point in time. I would not be the person I am today w/ out you all, plus these were really fun to make for each of you. -Jeaux
Me & Sarah Silverman, sittin' in a tree...!!! ok, more like a countertop at a bookstore... but still!
My pal Kat & I thought it would be cool to meet the fantastic & funny Sarah Silverman at a signing for her new book, The Bedwetter, at Book Soup on Sunset in Hollywood-land. I gave Sarah a copy of my mini-comic, Haunted Homeys, of which she seemed to take a genuine interest in! She might even read it on the toilet someday! Maybe? Kinda? Anyhow, a boy can dream right? I kid, I kid. It's pretty cool that she seemed to dig it tho'! Go Homeys!!! Look at her SMILE!!!
This was when I gave her the limited edition (of 2!) illo-print of a Kid friendly, Golden Books inspired, retro re-imagining of her book! I told her a spin-off would be HUGE! And to tap into that Kid Market! Needless to say, she LOVED my art, and said something kinda to the effect of "Wow!!! Jeaux! Amazing!!" etc.
All I know is I was glowing for the rest of the evening. Luckily, I had her sign me a copy I brought along for myself that can attest to her sentiments. She also signed a copy of her book, The Bedwetter, for me as well! I got the usual quizzical stare from her over the spelling of my name at first, but Sarah's wit and funny smarts are always so spot-on, and without hesitation she asks, "JEW?!?" Which I get from folks all the time too, but coming from her it was just hilarious. I explained laughing, "Nah dawg, it's just JOE."
Ok, I didn't really say it like that.
I'm just trying to cover up for the fact that I felt a little star-struck. Kinda like Ralphie, in A Christmas Story, when he was dead set on telling Santa he wanted a BB gun, but instead Santa force fed "Football?" in his mouth. Anyhow, here's what she wrote:
Jeaux! There's also this Way Option: JOE. Sarah Silverman
Sarah is such a rarity in Hollywood. She was very laid back, genuine, gracious, and 110% awesome. Did I mention she's also dreamy & hilarious? Yea, she is!
In the end, football in hand, I had a great time and think I & my art made a good impression on the lovely Sarah. It was rad meeting her.
You know, I wasn't even THAT nervous about meeting her, well there was a little of that, but not much. She made me feel pretty comfy/casual. It was her manager/assistant type friends that were making me feel kinda stressy bessie. But hey, in the end I made everyoneSMILE with my art!
Here's the proof: I hope our paths will cross again someday. Thanks for being so cool Sarah. -Jeaux Janovsky
Special Thanks go out to:
my friend Kat, for notifying me about the event and for driving us out there, risking a possible parking ticket, and battling the old folks behind us. You rock.
Book Soup for hosting such a fun event! Yay you guys!
My pal Esau Kessler, Mr. UN, for lending an eye or two to my un-graphicy design work and helping a brutha out in a pinch w/ font usage and whatnot! He helped spruce up the top image cause he's cool like that. Word!
Chris of Sarah Silverman Online, one of the biggest, if not THE biggest resource for all things Sarah-ness on the interwebs, got in touch with me about featuring my Golden Book Sarah Illo along w/ the pic of her & I together on SSO! As you can see above, he also tweeted my lil' ol' blog post. What a great guy!