Friday, March 7, 2014
I’ve been seeing this photo of Rabbit’s new design going around Tumblr for the last couple of hours- I wanted to do some sort of drawing inspired by it.
I’m leaving it in it’s terribly unfinished state now and going to bed for the night and pick it up early in the morning, just wanted to show my support for Bunny somehow. I don’t even know if this even contributes to support but I hope it’s something.
Pigment ink pen on paper- so far. I assume this will be an inky mess in the morning as per usual.
Swedish posters for 30 international films, c. 1921-1939
1. Hans Engelska-Fru, 1927 Sweden. This looks like the work of Einar Nerman
2. Die Tochter des Wucherers, 1922 Germany
3. Ecstasy, 1933 Czech (wikipedia)
4. Berlin Alexanderplatz, Germany 1931 (wikipedia). artist: Adolf Hallman
5. The Last Journey, 1936 Great Britain (imdb)
6. Love Before Breakfast, 1936
7. Orchids and Ermine 1927 (wikipedia)
8. The Cat Creeps, 1930
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Monday, March 3, 2014
Playing around with some art scraps and ink because I can’t sleep. Not quite sure what I’ll make this into but I’ll see how it goes.
Saturday, March 1, 2014
I cannot wait to go to the Birmingham MCM expo at the end of March- a little bit of stress relief will be greatly welcomed.
I’m still planning on making a drawing/ink series based on people in costume and elaborate fashions.
I figured Expos are perfect for talking to cosplayers and getting photos for later reference, even if I am usually nervous when approaching intriguing strangers.
Friday, February 28, 2014
Classic Tool Chess Set by Charles and William Gallmeyer
Materials: nuts and bolts, hardware, steel, powdercoat, case, paint, glue
Photographed by John Hanson
Tool Chess sets are 32 handsome, handcrafted chess pieces served in a tool chest carrying case (available in Black and Red). They are made in beautiful Grand Rapids, Michigan by myself and my father. Tool Chess pieces are handcrafted out of everyday hardware pieces that are powder-coated, giving them a beautiful finish. They’re quite hefty!
Thursday, February 27, 2014
Custom Good Luck card design.
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.