Monday, November 23, 2020

Books by Taj

 

My new book, Back Before They Invented Open Face Helmets and the 2020 version of Bernie the Bike Builder can be found here. 

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

NEW BOOK! Back Before They Invented Open Face Helmets


 

 I finished up a new book, Back Before They Invented Open Face Helmets. It is a collection of my cartoons, doodles and a few essays. Check it out here.

Also, my children's book, Bernie the Bike Builder is on sale too. 



Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Wrote a Story Over on the PinkBIke

 

I wrote and illustrated a "How to Pump" story over on PinkBike. Check out the story here.

Thursday, August 6, 2020

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Copper Harbor Trails Poster

https://chtrails.square.site
For the last few years I have done a poster for the Copper Harbor Trails Club "Art Bike" fundraiser. Typically they are sold only in person up at the amazing Copper Harbor trails, but this year (with big gatherings postponed) the event is going online. The big unveiling happens July 1 at 6PM EST. There are lots of other great artists that have also created posters and a big variety of styles. The posters usually sell out quickly and are extremely high quality prints. All the funds go to supporting some of the best bike trails in the midwest. Check them out here.




Big Project... Return To Earth: The Series animation

https://www.tajmihelich.com/2020/06/big-project-return-to-earth-series.html
Over the winter I got to work with Anthill Films on a new TV show they made for Outside TV called, Return to Earth: The Series. Anthill Films made a great mountain bike movie called Return to Earth (streaming on Amazon Prime if you wanted to check it out) that took them around the globe. On their travels they met some really interesting characters who all in their own way have contributed to mountain biking. They decided to tell the stories of the people they met through this TV series. Anthill asked me to do some animation segments for the shows. After explaining to them that I didn't know how to do that, and after they said, "We think you can figure it out," I accepted the job.