I haven’t posted anything recently so I thought I should. I have been making less of my own original art recently and just been cutting band logo/stencils to decorate my garage with. My wife saw a few of the stencil work in the garage and asked if I would make somthing for her freind who is really into Ska music. Here is what I turned out:
I Got the stencil from Stencilpunks.com. I made the checkered pattern stencil in the back though. Hope you like it! Go check out Stencilpunks.com for a ton of awesome stencils or check out the hashtag #stencilpunks on Instagram.
Today I made this Marilyn Monroe stencil and tested it out on the wood shelf in my garage. I think it turned out to be pretty sweet looking.
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Go check out my piece, and you should buy a print cause that would be super awesome!
(Re-blogged from Gauntlet Gallery)
Grenade Man by Mike Luckas
Heat Man by Graham Ross
Sting Chameleon by Ashley Davis
Copy X by Pat Henzy
Made these two quick drawings up so that I can make some prints out of them.
Once I get these printed up and framed I’ll post more pictures up here.
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My wife and I donated a bunch of art for the Music for the Arts Benefit that is held each year in our home town.
From the website: “The Music For The Arts Concert and Benefit held each year is dedicated to the life and memory of Christina Marie Cullen. She was a gifted photographer, artist and musician who had her life taken by breast cancer. She was only 25 when she was diagnosed and passed away at the young age of 28. We hold this concert in her honor and hope to inspire future photographers, artists and musicians to keep creating as she had.
Proceeds from the concert will go toward an award in her name to University of the Arts for Photography. Additional proceeds will be donated towards breast cancer research and awareness in her name.”
This is the first year that I had donated for this great event. I had met the guy who runs the Benefit this past year and he is a super nice guy, who also happened to be Christina’s brother. I hope to be able to donate something for them to raffle off every year going forward.
Here are some photos of the artwork we donated and the tickets piling up:
Unfortunatly we were both feeling a little under the weather and couldn’t make it out to the event. I had people I know who were there send me those two photos. It makes me happy to see that there was an interest in our paintings and that we could help out someone who is doing such a great thing.
Here is a clearer photo of the skulls that I painted before they were sent off to be donated:
If you would like to find out more about Music for the Arts please check out their website.
I just finished up my sketchbook for the Brooklyn Art Library’s Sketchbook Project 2013. I am dropping it in the mail tomorrow. You can check out their website @ http://www.sketchbookproject.com/
Thought it was about time to make a little illustration just for fun. I had been thinking about doing this for about a week or two and finally got around to it. I had been doing a lot of painting recently(you can see those here), so it was nice to change it up a bit. I have a big project on the way as well that I can’t wait to post about once it gets rolling. Should be soon! Hope you like the burning skeleton in the meantime!
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A doodle I did on a Netflix envelope for Doodlers Anonymous’s Drawn Netflix Envelopes.
You can check out the full Doodlers Anonymous site here.
Real quick Doodle!
Doodled this at work today on a piece of scrap paper, colored in Photoshop.
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Not too happy with this drawing. But I can’t be too hard on myself I did it while I was unable to sleep and watching Breaking Bad. I was testing out a couple of new brushes and techniques and am happy that I did. I have no idea why I decided to doodle Abe though.
A house divided against itself cannot stand. – Abraham Lincoln