Friday, May 31, 2013

Allergy Bear



My allergies have been going nuts this spring making it almost impossible to use my cpap machine for my sleep apnea which really sets off a bad migraine season, so this little monster "Allergy Bear" came to mind.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

INURFACE Migraine Monster



This might be the scariest migraine monster to date. His name is "INURFACE" and he is a creature that likes to get right in your face with a big bad migraine!

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Migraine Monster "Spud"



Meet my latest Migraine Monster "Spud." He is a big fan of the coach potato and he likes to give you that horrible lack of energy during a migraine when you don't even feel like moving sometimes.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Miss May at Migraine Monolgues

I was nominated by Infinite Knot for MIGRAINEUR OF THE MONTH! Miss May at Migraine Monologues. They asked me write about my migraine drawings and included some of my drawings as well. Please check it out!

http://www.migrainemonologues.com/2013/05/migraineur-of-month-miss-may.html

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

My days of losing words by Rachael Jablo

Rachael Jablo is a fine art photographer with 5 years of chronic migraine under her belt. She is about to publish a photo book about her experience that will hopefully raise some awareness of the illness. I've had the same experience with losing words because of chronic migraine and it's one of the reasons that I started drawing.

She has a Kickstarter project in progress to help her publish her book.

http://kck.st/17krMKq

"Getting the book out into the world will make us more visible. Right now, most people with chronic migraine are stuck indoors, and told to get over it because it’s “just a headache”, but it’s way more than that. This book shows my personal experience, but it’s bigger than that. It’s our experience. That’s so important to show people, and this is the first book of its kind."

Monday, May 6, 2013

Migraine Monster "Fire Ball"



Fire Ball is the Migraine Monster who likes to run around on the inside of your skull, making it feel like it's on fire during a bad migraine.