Friday, June 4, 2010

Perseus Severing the Head of Medusa

Perseus Severing the Head of Medusa
graphite on watercolor paper, 12" x 16", 2010.

Thursday, May 27, 2010


So does anyone read this thing anymore? Give a quick comment to say if you do, it would be sad if this thing died (is it already dead?)

Here's a lithograph of a member of the Milice getting executed:

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

oh cool self promotions...yeah sure ill play ball

its still under construction in the portfolio area- but itll be up to full speed within the week

also i have a new email account, so if you ever have or might want to send me one, please send to

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Hyper Shameless Self Promotion

Notice how it says "Artist" before it says "Illustrator."

Also I'm going to grad school so NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Friday, March 26, 2010

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

hello all. my name's sam koch. some of you know me, some of you don't. I graduated from MassArt in Illustration two yeas ago.
I have a new website with all my art and music on it. Check it out.

the address is



Monday, March 22, 2010


I figured I should let you guys know. My dad, C. Michael Dudash, is offering portfolio critiques. He's probably the best painter/draftsmen I've ever know personally, & has lots of experience-rich advice to offer young artists. I can say first-hand his advice is above & beyond what many professional teachers have told me when it comes to the craft of painting, & is well worth the pricetag ($45). If you take advantage of it, let me know how it goes. Peace all!

Friday, March 5, 2010

14 Bolt

Makes awesome art. Graffiti sticker style stuff. Rad.

Thursday, January 28, 2010


There's going to be this panel workshoppy thing happening for folks interested in making graphic novels and comics and so on, to cover soup-to-nuts designing, creating, publishing, and marketing.

For a better description, follow this link.

Sponsored by the Boston Graphic Artists Guild

Held at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design
This Saturday, Feb 6
from 1-4 pm.

This includes a professional portfolio review at the end of the panel with industry folks. SO BRING YOUR (BEST) STUFF. Make connections. Even if you're shy about showing your work, this is a Good Thing You Should Attend, SRSLY.

it's only $5 if you have a student ID! CHEEP!

To register and pay, go to HERE.

Monday, January 4, 2010


Awe at the Spectacle of an Empty World

We awoke to the end.
We had each other.
We faced it hand in hand.

The sun shone red.
We looked at the sky.
The clouds opened on our bare faces.
Tastes. Bitter in our mouths.
We felt the last to feel.

Everyone lost.

We slipped: together.
We huddled in search of a warmth that had escaped us.

Things were empty.
Sounds echoed.

We… were.
We fell a little further down: empty, but together.
Stuck—we found each other.

The sounds reached a crescendo and we swelled.
Swollen with all of our might,
We strained against the weight.

All the words we wanted to say spilled out.
Like a river.
And we were lost.

Things were so real.
All of this is true.


This piece started in Texas.

It began as a series of words and sentences that came to be a story. The story progressed and became an art piece. Each of the columns folds up into a book. Each print is 5x7in and each book is about 100in long.

88 prints, From left to right: etching, monotype, cut paper, embossment.

Make sure you click on it to see it larger.