1. I painted this as a poster for an upcoming event - “Things that go Bump in the Night”  A series of ten horror themed plays, premiering  October 29th and 30th at the Krane Theatre in the East Village.

    For more info, go here:

    Mixed Media on illustration board.


  2. Some color sketches for a poster project I was working on over the summer.
    Mixed media.

    (Source: songeriddle.com)


  3. A slow day at work means… Office Supply Frankenstein!


  4. eladam:

    My buddy Songe & I designed a new shirt that’s available this week over at GraphicLab Tees. It’s a tasteful mashup of “Star Wars” & the 70s show “Good Times”. It’s Kid Dy-no-mite, frozen in car-bo-nite!

    Tell your friends, tell the world. Reblogs would be greatly appreciated.



  5. I like playing around in sketchbook pro on the ipad.
    I don’t know who this guy is. It was just having fun.


  6. What today looks like.

    He sorta snuck up on me. He’s mastered the art.
    I looked up from drawing and there he was.


  7. Flying on the back of a giant fuzzy moth!

    Adventuring the vast unknowns of the universe, in her ship The Blatherskite!

    Destroying the Holy Land in a mech-suit!

    I painted these as a Christmas present for my lady, the amazing Rachael Fox.

    Rachael Fox’s website: LINK!

    Rachael Fox’s tumblr: LINK!


    "The Amazing Adventures of Fox: Across Time and Space" by Songe Riddle

    Receiving this for Christmas is one of the most amazing things that’s ever happened to me.

    Songe Riddle’s website: LINK!

    Songe Riddle’s tumblr: LINK!


  8. One of the shirts that Adam and I designed is on sale today at graphiclabtees.com


  9. I don’t know why.

    It’s just a doodle.


  10. Nipple horned demon.

    Mixed media sketch.


  11. Happy New Year!


  12. My friend Adam and I have been making some comical designs.

    This will be a shirt soon.  Stay tuned.


  13. Album and T-Shirt art for the band TWAT.

    This is the second time I have been asked to do an illustration featuring a skateboarding monster in a decaying American metropolis.  My first inclination is to worry about pigeonholing.  But honestly, I love drawing monsters, and crippling urban decay is a topic that I hold very close to my heart.  So bring on the pigeonholing!

    Would your band like an image of a monster in its city of origin?  Get in touch.  It’d be fun to make it a series.

    Oh, and…  HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!


  14. Here’s this guy.


  15. I’ve been doing a lot of sketch work digitally.  It’s fun.  The way the color mixes sort of reminds me of gouache.

    This one is for a movie poster i am working on.