Friday, June 10, 2016

Fun Illustration Job

I was lucky enough to get contacted by a client who had seen some older illustrations I shared in a free magazine out of Chicago a few years ago. He wanted some spot illustrations in the same tone of humor and the requests were too good to pass up. I was too busy to take the job on, but the subject matter was too fun to pass up. They gave me lots of freedom on these and it was a great collaboration.

Painted Piano Live from Coney Island USA!!!

I was lucky enough to paint a Piano for Sing for Hope this spring. The piano took much longer than expected, but I'm happy with the results and even more happy it's living until June 19th on the Board walk in Coney Island. If it survives, it'll go on to live in a school somewhere in the 5 boroughs. I hope to get some better photos soon. Piano is located just west of the Wonder wheel and east of the Baseball stadium on the Boardwalk!

Thursday, March 13, 2014

German Print LP edition Done!

I recently received these photo's from my main man Corporal General Major Comix Master James Turek of the beautiful, fresh off the presses, hand printed, limited edition (250-300!) LP sized , 16 artist print run straight outta Leipzig, Germany (where they've been printing longer than we have) that I was honored to do a drawing for. I'm 90% sure they'll be for sale at the Millionaire's Club Comix and Graphics Fest' in Leipzig, but if not I'm sure there'll be something for you to get! So Go. Buy a ticket to a foreign land, explore a new place and bring home a souvenir that no one here has. Also, When I hear where or if they'll be available in the USA, I'll let you know. If anyone wants one for now, contact James via his tumblr site and tell him I sent you.

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Dynasty Painting Home

The Dynasty painting I did for two of my favorite patrons is now up and doing it's job.

Funerals & Fried Chicken Radio

I did this fun illustration job for a Radio Show. You can learn more about the show HERE. Thanks to Mimi and Dr. Ed James for making it happen.

Suite36 Mural

I painted this in late December for a new place opening on 36th Street between 5th & 6th Ave. The 36Logo is a hand-painted version of their designers thing. The challenge was hand-painting all the lettering in freezing weather while all the MidTown foot traffic kept bumping my ladder on the narrow area between the light post, mailbox, my ladder and the wall. The fun part was painting the giant drink & faces with the outdoor oil based enamel (it blends like butter). Despite the weather and challenges, it was a fun job. Thanks to the owners and construction crew for all your help.

Friday, January 4, 2013