What's This All About,
and Who the Heck is this Guy?.........
All About Brad Foster is where you can read my actual biography. (Some of it is even slightly true!) This section also leads to things like a step-by-step example of my drawing process, a complete bibliography of my printed work (a long list), and some of my awards (a short list). On a more personal level, this is also where I'm going to be putting up my reading list, plus pictures of all the little toy robots hanging around chateau Foster. (There's always room for more!)
The History of Jabberwocky Graphix The first publication from Jabberwocky Graphix came out in 1976. I've put out a few hundred odd little items in those decades, both with my own work and that of hundreds of other great artists. This is a brief history of it all, plus complete lists of the entire JG catalog, as an alphabetical list of all the artists- find your faves!
Links to Stuff The web is a big place. No, really, there are like hundreds of other sites out there! On this page I'll put in links to a few of the ones I like, for whatever odd and disturbingly secret reasons I might have. (ooo, scary!)
Schedule of Appearances I do manage to get out of the studio once in a while, and this list will let you know what art festivals, conventions, and other odd gatherings of artist types I'll be attending in the near future. Plus, I'll be adding photos and such from past shows: come see me soon, and maybe you'll be here, too!
FAQs It's a little known law, but I've found that if you put up a website, you must include an FAQ section. Don't force me to make up all this stuff like most people do: send me some questions! And remember, you have to send them frequently!
The Official Stuff! Jabberwocky Graphix.com, Brad W. Foster, all art, words, images and such like stuff contained anywhere and everywhere on this site are copyright © Brad W Foster, who would really appreciate it if you didn't copy this stuff anywhere else without asking him about it first, since this is how he tries to makes a living, so if you like his stuff and want to see him create even more, you'll not spread around the stuff already done for free. How's that? You can always write Brad anytime at email@example.com with any questions. Oh, and you can click here for my thoughts on the whole copyright thing!