Posts tagged Arrested Development
Posts tagged Arrested Development
Whoa … thanks for the shoutout! :D
Good time to point out I have 3 APs of these left (out of 7). I put them on my new etsy.
AFTER THE 1ST OF THE YEAR, I’M GOING TO START TAKING ORDERS FOR CUSTOM PRINTS
I’ve not really had time up until now to do many individual projects, as gallery show prints take up all of my extra time, but I am looking to raise funds in order to move in a few months, so I’m gearing up for double (triple?) drawing duty. :) My desire for a change in scenery can be of benefit to your walls!
THE GOONIES, CASABLANCA, The Beatles, THE BRADY BUNCH … whatever you have in mind*! Benedict Cumberbatch dressed like Ronald McDonald and riding a plaid unicorn??? You got it!
Although I do many parts of my drawings old school with pencil or ink, etc., I almost always finish the composite in digital, so these would be for a digital or giclee print (your choice), but as you’re paying for it, you will receive the only copy. Each commissioned print will be signed and numbered 1/1.
I’ll post pricing/timing details after the holidays, but in the meantime, if you’d like to talk to me about a potential project, feel free to drop me a line. Just use the subject line “Custom print”. Please also pass this along (or reblog) if you know of anyone who has been looking for a certain pop culture print (cartoon portrait, alternative movie poster, whatevs) that they can’t find out there. And FYI, I’ve been trained to draw in many illustration styles, so feel free to challenge me on a specific historical and/or spoof style!
Thanks and Happy Holidays!!
*OK, I may draw the line at something I just really don’t want to watch … like say, THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE. Though I do like lots of stuff — even “weird” stuff — so try me!
Just added a shop app to my Facebook page for art prints! Payment processed by Amazon.
When I get some free time, I’ll be posting some new prints in the shop, but right now you can get one of my APs of “Staircar” from the ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT “There’s Always Money in the Banana Stand” show, or an Edward Scissorhands from the “Crazy 4 Cult” show in NYC.
I’ll also be adding a section soon where you can order custom doodles and portraits. Stay tuned! :D
AND THEN THERE WERE NONE …
Woke up to an email from a friend this morning pointing out that my ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT print had sold out over the opening weekend! Thanks SO MUCH to everyone who bought one! (And thanks to Joe for the head’s up.) Looks like even the few dog-eared copies were snatched up.
The show’s been so popular that I’m sure everyone’s gonna sell out (the show’s up through July 21st at the Melrose location), but still … Best. Birthday. Present. EVER. :D
Thanks to G1988 for inviting me to participate … this was such a fun theme, I was honored to be a part of it. You guys are so great!
Framed copy is gone, but unframed prints still available.
11x14 digital print (professionally printed, not from my home printer - ha!) on crisp white super heavy-weight (100lb) matte cover stock
Signed/numbered edition of 30
I’m so happy with how these came out! So beautiful. Click here for the background on the style of the piece. Also, here’s a close-up section of detail:
You can always tell a Milford man!
7-10 PM, join us for “There’s Always Money In The Banana Stand!” at our Melrose location. STOP BY!
Yesss!!!!!! Blue handprints!! Looks like Fünke paused to check out my print. :)
People … GO TO THIS SHOW! You’ll be sorry if you miss out on all of the awesomeness. (Or should I say … you’ll make a huge mistake.)
My print for Gallery 1988’s “There’s Always Money in the Banana Stand” Arrested Development Tribute Show. The show opens next Friday, the 29th at 7020 Melrose, and the print will also be for sale on their website starting on Saturday. (The copyright line does not appear on the actual print.)
What … you don’t remember seeing the Staircar advertised in a 1957 issue of LIFE Magazine??*
I was originally working on an old-timey magic poster for GOB, but then saw some other folks did the same thing for the show, so I quickly did this last week. Whew!
*And here’s some reference as to the little floating-vignette style I’m spoofing, for those unfamiliar with ’50s car advertising, although I’ve not included any full-page ads (with slogans, etc.).
I’m just finishing a really fun illustration … :D