Yeahhhhhh!!! I’m very excited to share my new Rick and Morty print for the official art show at Gallery 1988 (West). This is one of my favorite shows (maybe ever), so of course I had a hundred ideas of what I should draw, right? Nope! Because I didn’t think it would ever happen. Also the show is so Read more about Rick and Morty Print[…]
I’m excited the share the art I contributed to Galler 1988’s Another Art Show About Nothing. I had the idea over a year ago for their first Seinfeld inspired art show, but unfortunately was very busy at the time and only got a chance to make some preliminary sketches (stay tuned, I’ll try Read more about Seinfeld Print: “Utter Disregard for Everything That Is Good and Decent”[…]
Bob’sBurgers may be my favorite show on TV right now. There are many shows my wife and I love, but Bob’s Burgers literally the only one show we carve out time from our busy schedules to watch regularly. That’s why I’m super excited to be a part of Gallery 1988’s official Bob’s Burger’s show with my tribute to Tina Read more about Butts Butts Butts – Bob’s Burgers Print[…]
This is my print set for Gallery 1988’s “Console Wars” exhibit, celebrating the bloody conflict between gaming system giants. “Mega Awesome Control Pad vs Super Rad Controller” Print Set $50.00 digital print set 9 x 9 inches each signed and numbered, limited edition of 100 inspired by Sonic the Hedgehog and Super Mario World Read more about Sega vs Nintendo – Console Wars Prints[…]
These are my prints for Galley 1988’s latest show “Idiot Box 2“. I delved deep into my childhood for this pair. Does anybody recognize what ’90s shows these character’s are from? (I mean besides reading the title of this post.)
I made this postcard set for Gallery 1988‘s Postcard Correspondence show. You can buy the whole set here. Don’t have much to say about them except I totally changed my 2/3 way through the process. The other one just wasn’t doing it for me. Here’s some progress screenshots from sketch to finish.
Here’s my new print inspired by Abbi & Ilana of Broad City. I created it for Gallery1988’s “Is This Thing On #4”, which is all about funny people, and I can’t think of anybody funnier than these two gals. EDIT: Now available to buy online. http://n8br.us/broad-city-print I did a crazy ton of character sketches trying Read more about Broad City Print[…]
This is my new print for the 33 and a Third and a Third Album Cover Show at Gallery 1988. And of course hits i my re-imagining of the album cover for No Doub’t 1996 album Tragic Kingdom. Here’s the original for comparison: Show details: