I traveled to Chicago recently, and spent the better part of a day at the Field Museum. There was a kiosk display of the saber-tooth tiger skull compared to herbivores and modern-day house cats. I am still in awe of the power just in the fossilized skull – let alone the power it would have had covered in muscle and driven by instinct and hunger.
ink on handmade paper
Ever wanted a portrait of you and your bike?
Or of your sweetie and their bike?
Have a helmet that is screaming for custom sharpie art?
Need a logo for that new website?
Need print collateral for that big event?
Sharpie helmet – $350
16×20 watercolor – $200
full color logo – $100 (multiple revisions at additional cost)
B/W logo – $50 (multiple revisions at additional cost)
If you are interested in requesting a commission, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hermaphrodite robot clown inspired by American Horror Story
Ronda Rousey is the first and current UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion, and used the phrase “Don’t Be a Do Nothing Bitch” to raise funds and awareness for those with body image issues. To quote Ronda and popsugar.com:
“Ronda could not possibly care less about what you think of her “masculine” body, and she’s confident as hell, as she should be. “There’s not a single muscle on my body that isn’t for a purpose, because I’m not a do-nothing b*tch.”
The campaign is over, but the message remains loud and clear.
Commission done for a fellow rider
acrylic on wood
My introduction to Bat Girl, Yvonne will always be my favorite.
watercolor and ink
In 1929, Tamara de Lempicka painted a self portrait of herself in her green Bugatti –
“Autoportrait (Tamara in the Green Bugatti)“.
From the wikipedia page: ” In 1929, after having the painting published as the cover of Die Dame, a German fashion magazine; her self-portrait became known as the “hymn of the modern woman” for it would inspire the imagery of an emancipated woman.“
Bugattis may have changed but Tamara is still an icon for the “modern woman”.
watercolor on illustration board
Just in time for Olympia Comics Festival this weekend!
4×6 digital prints of watercolored figures representing some favorite cakes of my friends and fans. There will be more to come, so stay tuned! If you have a favorite cake, let me know!