If you’re gonna dress like a woodsman, you should at least throw a great woodsy party like my friend Graham Clark did in this great short film.

My good friend (and colleague) Graham Clark paints with his beard for charity. So I guess I’m saying that if you’re in Vancouver, and you don’t go to his show, you’re a real so-and-so.

My good friend (and colleague) Graham Clark paints with his beard for charity. So I guess I’m saying that if you’re in Vancouver, and you don’t go to his show, you’re a real so-and-so.

Thanks to all the Put This On readers who attended our annual conference MaxFunCon this past weekend. It’s sort of my chance to see the impact this blog has on people’s lives, as well-dressed men come up to me and tell me stories about how schlubby they were before.

Above, I’m with my Canadian colleagues Dave Shumka (far left) and Graham Clark (far right) of Stop Podcasting Yourself and my co-host Jordan Morris of Jordan, Jesse, GO!.

I hope I’ll see you next year!

Thanks to all the Put This On readers who attended our annual conference MaxFunCon this past weekend. It’s sort of my chance to see the impact this blog has on people’s lives, as well-dressed men come up to me and tell me stories about how schlubby they were before.

Above, I’m with my Canadian colleagues Dave Shumka (far left) and Graham Clark (far right) of Stop Podcasting Yourself and my co-host Jordan Morris of Jordan, Jesse, GO!.

I hope I’ll see you next year!

beardpaintings:
My friend and colleague Graham Clark is a painter. Rather than using a brush, he uses his beard, which is attached to his lower face area, and quite large. He sells the paintings he paints to raise money for a friend’s cancer treatment.
So: follow him on Tumblr, so you can hear about future paintings. And enjoy the one above, inspired by the dress of one P.W. Herman.

beardpaintings:

My friend and colleague Graham Clark is a painter. Rather than using a brush, he uses his beard, which is attached to his lower face area, and quite large. He sells the paintings he paints to raise money for a friend’s cancer treatment.

So: follow him on Tumblr, so you can hear about future paintings. And enjoy the one above, inspired by the dress of one P.W. Herman.

(Source: beardpaintings)