Stop playin and check out this Big Worm sticker.
I've officially started work on a series based on Kubrick's "The Shining". I'll be working on this throughout the winter. First up is the light of my life...
Big week, starting on the second piece in the Pulp Fiction trilogy (that could easily turn into 5 or 6 total paintings).
"A please would be nice."
We packed it all up and moved to a new zip code this month, and the top priority of the summer is to unpack these boxes and and start selling these stickers!
Alright (alright, alright)!
Picked up a new commission last weekend, and it's something I've been wanting to do for a long time. I'd do a whole Tarantino series if I could clear six months.
Notes: Uma Thurman has unusually large hands, and this is one of my favorite soundtracks.
(Pulp Fiction is currently available on Netflix.)
We finally got a chance to watch The Wolf of Wall Street this weekend, and I was reminded of one of my favorite Leonardo DiCaprio roles. What's Eating Gilbert Grape? is probably pretty dated by now, but how can you miss with DiCaprio and Johnny Depp?
The weather was cool, so I did a little homage for fun.
The free sketch this week is one of the most detailed ink drawings yet! Mr. Fox is an 8"x10" loose sketch created entirely with micron pens. Quite the upgrade from that faded Sharpie.
Entering is easy! Just share our Mr. Fox/Giveaway posts across social media and give us a follow (so we can contact the winner). Social links are below. Multiple shares = multiple entries.
The contest will run through Aug. 16th.
While I work to build up enough inventory to carry my wood block print collection on my site, they're still available way over in the Etsy shop. When the weather cools off a little, I'll produce a few runs and figure out where to add them in my shop.
Inventory fades in and out as I have time to make more (did I mention they're hand-made?), so if you see one and want one, grab it! Of course, you can always contact me to pre-order one for no additional fee (other than a little patience).
Social media is an amazing invention. Instead of relying on TV writers and record executives to herd us all into a box (see: 90s), we get can search each other to connect on the most obscure of interests. I don't even know how to really tell what is popular anymore. When I first came to that realization, I was unnerved, but it turned out to be liberating. Now, I just do what I do and trust that enough people will find me, and we can create a community around our remote obsession.
So unite! (alone, in dark rooms, staring at our phones)