Posts tagged illustration
Posts tagged illustration
Ink warm up + side project #WIP #drawing #illustration #?????
Bam! See more at MoCCA Fest this weekend.
Made an update to ye olde tyme website. Check out new prints and art based on Doctor Who, Pan’s Labyrinth, The Sandman, and Pacific Rim among the greatest hits.
He’s the Zissou. #SteveZissou #LifeAquatic #drawing #illustration #indevelopment #drawing4print
Have you been watching True Detective? If you’re in the UK then unless you are a no-good illegally-downloading lawbreaker then the answer will be ‘I have not, but I sure am excited about seeing it when it starts this weekend on Sky Atlantic’.
Well True Detective is GREAT, and here is a little editorial spot i did to accompany it’s launch. I promise the girl in the antlers will make more sense when you see it, but i was pretty happy with how this turned out.
For those of you without Sky, i recommend you take the law into your own hands and track down the five (of eight) currently aired episodes, if only for the staggering six minute tracking shot that concludes episode four. Amazing stuff.
Having watched a few episodes of this last night for the first time, I have a better appreciation for this illustration. Outstanding work.
And yes, True Detective… excellent show. A must see.
A few warm up drawings based on characters from J.D. Salinger’s Glass family stories.
There’s just one more week for the Valentine’s Day sale at my Storenvy shop. Use the code “VALENTINE" to get 20% off on all prints and art when you checkout.
Sale applies to such items as the original illustration for The Apartment (above), and the prints from The Royal Tenenbaums.
The sale ends Friday at midnight. So please visit msgier.storenvy.com
to see all the artwork that’s available!
Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
Some wicked illustration here…
here are all the game of thrones characters I’ve drawn thus far.
think theres gonna be some more in a few months
These are fantastic!
Ofelia & The Faun
from Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth
My final print of the year. Prints are available to purchase here.
The final version of the Pacific Rim: Kaiju print. Used a different kind of Baltic Birch for the woodblock, and it turned out really well.
And as you can see, it’s inspired by the utterly wonderful Princess Mononoke. Not much else to say really other than this was doubly inspired by both loving the film AND having just hung the great great Olly Moss Mondo print in my lounge, so seeing it every day has meant it’s on my mind.
This is a four color screen print (printed by the good folk at Half and Half), and will be on sale from FRIDAY at the Gallery1988 pop up space at the corner of Bowery and 3rd, New York and online sometime over the weekend in an edition of 30.
GodDAM this is awesome! Matt Taylor strikes again!
Test prints from the Pan’s Labyrinth block. Still needs a little work, but it’s getting there.
The Doctor & Amy Pond