“Symmetrical book stacking. Just like the Philadelphia mass turbulence of 1947.” – Dr. Ray Stanz
Here’s a little bit of a different take on the blank sketch cover craze that the publishers are currently in. Blanks are pretty awesome ways to get your favorite artist to do a sketch for you at conventions on.
I started cutting them and making hand cut die cut blank variants, I just cut the cover, and the actual cover image provides the color portion of the cutting.
“You can’t touch the music, but the music can touch you” – Mordecai
San Diego International Comic-Con was 100% fantastic. No complaints. Hopefully they will invite me back in 2015. We had an absolute blast.
I have a couple of prints left over from the show. If you’d like one drop me a line or leave a comment below. Prints are first come first served, and limited to the number on hand. $15 each shipped, or multiple prints $10 each plush $5 shipped.
These are high quality, matte finish, 12pt stock. Approx 11″x17″
Lorraine, my density has bought me to you – George McFly
Flashback to the early 80’s, Parachute Pants, Members Only jackets, Superman II, Return of the Jedi, Swatch Watches, and for me middle school. Andrew Jackson Middle school to be exact. Grand Prairie Texas, art class, Ms. Monzingo was my art teacher. I can’t remember very many of my teachers names without actually looking in yearbooks, but I’ll always remember Ms. Monzingo, one of the coolest teachers on the planet.
Then there’s this. Middle school art. Early 80’s stuff here folks. I stumbled across some of these while moving my mom closer to us. This is art done when I was 11 and 12, I loved every second of art class, it was always a blast. Seeing this stuff is pretty neat, I totally forgot about most of these. Tomorrow I’ll show off a couple more middle school pieces, and let everyone know how the dude that eventually became a lifelong friend completely and totally betrayed me on a middle school book report.
One of my first experiences with block printing. It’s a numbered edition of 8.
Sitting by the dock of the bay apparently. Lot’s going on in this one. And I don’t recall lighthouses being used on lakes very often.
Stages of destruction. Hey, not bad freehand for a kid right? Pencil was the medium.