Thursday, April 07, 2016

What's My Line?

I know, I know, I'm horrible at updating my blog... Long overdue.

Here's a look at pieces from my two-person show with Ian Glaubinger over at Gallery 1988 East location. The show is titled "What's My Line?" and theme is an artistic tribute to one of the great nerd past times, quoting movies. Show runs until April 23rd and prints are available on the gallery's site HERE.


I also did a few original paper cuts for the show, something new i'm trying. Had fun doing them so hopefully I'll do some more...

Monday, August 31, 2015

You can tell it's Mattel... it's swell!

A little late on this post but I helped curate a show over at Gallery1988 with Mattel having a group of artists do pieces based off the company's toys from over the past 70 years. The show runs til this Saturday September 5th so if you're in the LA area be sure to check it out, there's still a bunch of great art left. Here were my contributions to the show, The Muscle piece is sold out but the He Man ones are still available. Here's a link to the whole show HERE!

Lurking Everywhere
24"x36" 2-color screenprint on French Poptone Bubblegum Paper
Edition of 50

Eternia's Most Heroic
12"x36" 6-color screenprint on Cougar Natural Paper
Edition of 82

Eternia's Most Evil
12"x36" 6-color screenprint on Cougar Natural Paper
Edition of 82

Thursday, July 02, 2015

One sorcerer supreme pizza with a side of vengeance...

These are two officially licensed Marvel screenprint editions I got to do with the fine folks over at Grey Matter Art, continuing my "superhero adjective + since year" series. First up is everyone's favorite neurosurgeon turned sorcerer Stephen Vincent Strange... AKA Doctor Strange available for sale HERE

12"x24" 4-color screenprint on natural paper
edition size: 225 • $45.00

Followed by the supernatural stunt motorcyclist Johnny Blaze... AKA Ghost Rider avaiable for sale HERE

12"x24" 4-color screenprint on natural paper
edition size: 225 • $45.00

© Marvel 2015

Monday, June 29, 2015

You wouldn't happen to have an eye in the back of your head, would you?

"Wintry February night, the present. Order of events: a phone call from a frightened woman notating the arrival of an unidentified flying object, then the checkout you've just witnessed, with two state troopers verifying the event - but with nothing more enlightening to add beyond evidence of some tracks leading across the highway to a diner. You've heard of trying to find a needle in a haystack? Well, stay with us now, and you'll be part of an investigating team whose mission is not to find that proverbial needle, no, their task is even harder. They've got to find a Martian in a diner, and in just a moment you'll search with them, because you've just landed - in The Twilight Zone..."

Here's a look at my officially licensed screenprints I did for Dark Hall Mansion, being released tomorrow (Tuesday, June 30th at 9:30am PST) in their online store HERE

Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?
Regular Edition of 280 - 12"x12" 4-color screenprint • $35.00

Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?
Variant Edition of 50 - 12"x12" 5-color screenprint • $50.00

Twilight Zone is probably my all time favorite television series and this being one of my favorite episodes, I wanted to do a homage to the episode with a Jim Flora record album look.

Friday, June 19, 2015

Scrumdiddlyumptious and more...

Tonight over at Galerie F in Chicago, opens the Fantastic Mr. Dahl tribute show. Below is the flyer for the event including my contribution of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". Prints of my piece are available HERE.

And here's a look at my "Jim Flora" inspired print I did for the always awesome Aquabats that will be sold at Toddland's booth #4537 at this years SDCC and at their House of Blues show that same weekend.

Below is a few other prints I didn't get a chance to post too. First up was my print that was for a 40th anniversary screening of Jaws at the historic Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville, PA...

These are ones that were done for Bottleneck Gallery up in Brooklyn, NY...

Vaya Con Dias (Regular and Glow Layer)

Underwood: Casualties and Hypocrisy

This was one I did for Mondo celebrating the 75th anniversary of one of my favorite Three Stooges shorts, "A Plumbing We Will Go"...

Here's a look at my officially licensed Beatles prints I did for Dark Hall Mansion, both available for purchase HERE.

The Record Store (Regular)
20"x28"edition of 280

The Record Store (Variant)
20"x28"edition of 50

These were two I did for Acme Archives Dark Ink

Simpsons Treehouse of Horror II
12"x36" screenprint

18"x24" screenprint 

Here's one that was done for a private Game of Thrones commission group...

This was a unused poster design for the band A Day to Remember...

And finally a Jem and the Holograms piece I did as a trade for a custom Zeus action figure to hang with the rest of my Clash of the Titans toys...

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Been a long time...

...since I rock n' rolled on this blog. 

Sorry for the delay in posting new stuff up here, just been so swamped with project I always seem to neglect the blog. SO anywhose, I am gonna just do a big post of all the stuff I hadn't posted since the Fall. Here we go...

Here was a Tiki inspired poster and Fictious Movie Beer Coaster set I did last year for Phone Booth Gallery.

Here is a collection of officially licensed screen prints I did for Acme Archives Dark Ink, links below to purchase...

6-color screenprint • Edition of 200

6-color screenprint • Edition of 200

6-color screenprint • Edition of 200

4-color screenprint • Edition of 250

7-color screenprint • Edition of 250

7-color screenprint • Edition of 250

7-color screenprint • Edition of 250

Here was my contribution for the official Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show over at Bottleneck Gallery...

5-color screenprint • Edition of 100

And a Guardians of the Galaxy piece I did for this past year's NYCC w/ Bottleneck Gallery, this one sold out at the show...

This was a screenprint of Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World I did for a private commission group...

This was a screenprint I did for the band All Time Low's 2014 A Love Like Tour...

And this was for the Aquabats 2014 SDCC apperance and concert...


Sleath Mode Variant

This was for this past years Crazy 4 Cult show at Gallery 1988, inspired by Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory...

2-color screenprint on pink paper • Edition of 50

And one I did inspired by Grand Budapest Hotel for Spoke Art Gallery's annual tribute to Wes Anderson Bad Dads show...

2-color screenprint on pink paper • Edition of 50

Here was a officially licensed screenprint I did for Mondo as part of Hanna Barbera collection they released. Super excited to work on this one since I am huge Hanna Barbera fan, I went with doing something for one of my favorite episodes of the Flintstones...

Ten Little Flintstones
6-color screenprint • Edition of 175

And finally, here was a officially licensed Batman print I got to do that was sold through the French Art Paper Club, my piece was inspired by the Silver Age of the Batman comic...

6-color Screenprint • Edition of 100