⚡Flash Back Friday⚡ Going back to a blackbook doodle from a few years ago. Why am I showing you this? Because graffiti art is, and has been, one of my greatest influences (aside from M.C. Escher). It is an art form I love, and I gain much inspiration from the graffiti scene (legal and illegal). I don’t really show this side of my art to the world, but it is fun for me to create, and it definitely informs my other pieces of work.
I was so impressed by the confidence of that one puff of a dandelion growing right up in the peonies... I thought it deserved a painting. I used acrylic inks and Posca markers.
Note: for some reason, every image is showing fluorescent greens? My file doesn't look like that, sorry.
This is done freehand with chalkboard markers on my front door.
I'm really looking forward to the spring and spring gardening.
The Old Devils Are At It Again. One of my favorite songs by William Elliot Whitmore. I usually draw and paint to his music along with Willie Nelson, Lucero and Ryan Bingham. It also seems appropriate for the times...
Sea creatures for textiles
Unused label for Abomination Brewing Company. We went with something else(which I will post shortly).
Comments welcome! On another note - Does anyone have any resources on how to draw mountains?
Mixed media with stylized lettering and paint pens.
Stay home nerds.
Summer is finally here and I am creating a sunny postcard to send to friends while on road trips.
Dry erase marker on glass
I listen to music when I draw and, even though he's not "cool" anymore, I still like Jack Johnson a lot. This song came on and I started the letters.
Watercolour, ink and gouache on a graphic design students work from Leipzig 1923. Created during lockdown in response to Corona. For sale.
I have been participating in Lauren Hom’s #HOMwork challenges via Instagram. This weeks challenge was to draw the same letter 16 ways. I drew cats instead. I may come back to the whole lettering thing at some point!
This image was created to be a limited print to go along with my new book, 10 Years of Daily Drawings.
A piece that incorporates some of my favorite things... Coffee, Cats, Pups & Puns!