Friday, August 29, 2008
I'm just gonna go ahead and put any worries of posting "too much of my own work" aside and post away here....I've been playing around quite a bit these past several weeks and am jonesin for some feedback!
In it's previous incarnation:
SIDE NOTE: The paintings are just a piling up in my cramped little studio left & right.....Which means good news for you! I'm selling off a selection of paintings for $200 and under in order to make room for the new. Email me for a list!
Monday, August 25, 2008
CHARLES BURNS: September 5 - October 12, 2008
Featured in the exhibition will be covers and drawings for the serialized version of Charles Burns' epic graphic novel "Black Hole," that received the Harvey Award, as well as the drawings for the covers and pages of "Skin Deep," "Big Baby," and "El Borbah," and a rare RAW era "Dog Boy" strip. The exhibition will also have drawings and covers for The New Yorker, Esquire and numerous other magazines that include drawings of cult figures William S. Burroughs and Robert Crumb. Also included will be the cover of "Permagel" the new large scale book of Burns' art published by French publisher United Dead Artists.
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Tuesday, August 19, 2008
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Wednesday, August 13, 2008
This image was done as a contribution to the Ringling School's senior illustration class for a book they're publishing in order to raise funds for a class show. Soon as I have some more details, I'll be sure to let you know where you can purchase said book and help some support some kick ass young illustrators!
Monday, August 11, 2008
What's better than a button to a store that's perpetually "coming soon"? A button to everything! Every time you click "rndm" (above the portfolio thumbnails on my site) a new jpeg from my images archive will appear. It might take a moment to load the first time you click it but after that it should be faster. Enjoy!
Thursday, August 7, 2008
I totally admire Ghostshrimp's work– he really knows how to make his illustrations completely absorbing. There is an attention to detail and a sense of whimsical fun that just seems to be second nature. Also, I have to applaud him on the awesome fortress in the woods he's built... I can't decide which skill I'm more jealous of!
I would love to see his little dudes made into raffia dolls... don't make me explain it... I just think it would work so perfectly.
Yesterday I swung by the Pencil Factory to visit my buddy Sam Weber for some inspiration.
Everyone already knows who he is but few probably get to see his original watercolors. They're equally amazing as the stuff you see in print. Pretty mind-blowing. Check out his news section to see his newest work.
Posted by Frank at 10:10 AM
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
You know (and love) her, from magazine illustrations and subway ads, every cover of New York Walker, to her ubiquitous presence at all illustration events!
Check out Yuko Shimizu's interview on Illustration Friday– http://illustrationfriday.com/blog/2008/03/20/if-interview-yuko-shimizu/