He also lists Will Elder, Wally Wood, Carl Barks, Harvey Kurtzman, Roy Crane, and Jack Davis as influences) Parker earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Georgia, and his Master of Fine Arts at the Pratt Institute.
Parker is widely known as the artist of Music Television"s Beavis and Butt-Head comic book, published by Marvel from 1994 to 1996. He wrote and illustrated his own graphic novel, Deadboy, in 2010. Early life and education He didn"t read a lot of comic books as a child — instead, his artistic influences include Little Golden Books and the comic strips Mutt and Jeff and Little Orphan Annie.
Comics Fine Art Parker"s fine art consists of paintings, drawings, collage, assemblages, sculpture, lithographs, photographs, performance, and conceptual art
His artwork has been shown at the Hundred Acres Gallery in New York, the New York University Art Gallery, The Georgia Museum of Art, the Pratt Institute Art Galley, Franklin Furnace Book Archives, the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, and the DUMBO Arts Center. Parker"s comic art and fine art is in private collections and several institutions.