Thursday, January 26, 2006

Giving Life To Krazybread

Over at myspace.com, where I have yet another, less art-related blog, I've recently come up with what I hope will be a good promotional tool for some of my work.

I gave The Krazybread Man, my character from Mother's Goofs, his own myspace entry.

I went so far as to create an e-mail address for him (www.mothersgoofs.com). And as far as anyone who visits myspace in concerned, he's real (sure, you need to have an imagination and a sense of humor to buy it, but I'm treating him as real).

I figured using him as a kind of spokesman might be a good way to bring new people into Mother's Goofs, and when I eventually publish my Mother's Goofs collection (two years in the works now), that'll be all the more people potentially interested in buying it.

His entry is pretty funny, and his blogs are totally suited towards his character. You're warned in advance that some of the stuff is a little adult, but it's all good fun.

Here's a couple links:

http://www.myspace.com/krazybreadman
http://blog.myspace.com/krazybreadman

Let me know what you think!

3 comments:

Allison said...

Hey ya'll - Krazy is definitely real. I know that for a fact because he sent me an e-mail today. It's pretty crazy, but true.

:0)

Allison

P.S. I have an active imagination ;-)

Melissa said...

Jay!
I LOVE Krazy! I feel honored and privileged to be one of his myspace friends!

Jenna said...

Love the concept Jay! Way to go!