Here's the art for the official Marscon 2019 t-shirt. It depicts many of the MarsCon Dementia Track's most active participants over the past 15 years (and some associated friends) representing different aspects of all that MarsCon has to offer to it's attendees. Can you name all the people, and what aspect of MarsCon they represent? (Note: the person who is top-row center is not attending this year, but has attended 11 previous MarsCons and is a former Music Guest Of Honor.) I hope you all like it, will consider purchasing a t-shirt at MarsCon 2019, and will go to the Art Show and check out the artwork I will have on display there. Thank you.
~ Luke Ski,
MarsCon 2019 Artist Guest Of Honor,
legend in his own mind
(links to listen to these songs & watch these videos in message below
The 2019 Logan Awards Nomination Suggestion Page is OPEN!
Nominations for the 2019 Logan Awards are now open! Nominate your favorite comedy songs & music videos released in 2018! Click the nominations link at the top of loganawards.com to add an entry (You'll need to log in). There is a limit of 5 nominations per category per person. Nominations close January 14th!
Here's a list of the songs & videos Luke Ski wrote from 2018 that are eligible for suggestion for potential Nomination for the 2019 Logan Awards. If you feel any of these songs are worthy of a Logan Award, please consider making them one of your 15 nominees in our 3 categories:
Outstanding Parody Song
• “Run Barry Run”
• “She’s Kara Zor-El”
• "Everything's A Song! (Super Rad! Version!)"
• “It’s Hot As Balls Outside” by Cirque du So What?
Outstanding Original Comedy Song
• “Drivin‘ For Lyft”
and from “Mighty MagiSwords”, which also qualify for
Outstanding Comedy Music Video
• “Prohyas And Vambre”
from the episode “What’s My Name Starring Vambre And Prohyas Warrior”
• “Ride a Goat”
from the episode “GOAT!”
• “Do The Thing!”
from the episode “Helping Cattus Help”
Suggest your favorite comedy songs of 2018 for potential nomination today at
For more information on the Logan Whitehurst Memorial Awards For Excellence In Comedy Music, visit the official website at www.loganawards.com . Thank you.
~ Luke Ski,
January 2nd, 2019
Luke Sienkowski was encouraged to draw at a very early age by his mother, an art teacher. Mimicking Charles Schulz and Matt Groening, he became a self-taught cartoonist, spending his teenage years drawing his own comic strips and comic book adventures.
Luke attended the four year fine arts college the Kansas City Art Institute where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Illustration. After spending a summer learning the caricature style at a local theme park, he went out on his own as a freelance caricature artist, opening his own stand at Station Casino Kansas City which he operated for over 3 years.
After moving back to his home state of Wisconsin, Luke continued to work as a freelance cartoonist, illustrator, and caricature artist for parties and filling individual orders via the internet. He now lives in Des Plaines, IL (a northwest Chicago suburb), and on the weekends he is not booked at other gigs, he can often be found drawing caricatures at his stand at Ed Debevic’s restaurant in downtown Chicago. He also drew caricatures at the indoor waterpark resort Key Lime Cove in Gurnee, IL from 2008 to 2012.
Luke also is well known in some circles for his comedy music act, which he performs at sci-fi conventions and other eclectic venues across the Midwest. To find out all about that, visit his other website, the great Luke Ski dot com.
Notice from Luke: I am a Storyboarder, Writer, & Voice-Over Actor on "Mighty MagiSwords" on Cartoon Network. The opinions expressed here are mine alone. ~ Luke S.