Friday, January 23, 2015

Pin-Up Feelings!

Artwork copyright © 2014 Gil Elvgren / Meisel Gallery.

Pin-Ups by the King of Pin-Ups Gil Elvgren @ gilelvgren.com.
wow,Wow, WOW!

Monday, January 19, 2015

MLK Day!

...share the DREAM!

Friday, January 16, 2015

Oh Danny Boy!

Artwork copyright © 2014 Daniel Swartz.
Click on images for larger views.

Amazing Worx by illustrator/letterer Daniel Swartz @ daniel-swartz.squarespace.com.
Daniel's cartoon style is as Hip as you can get! 
Painted or digital, it delivers. Does his own lettering which adds to all his wonderment.


Friend Daniel Swartz on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daniel.swartz.31?fref=nf_fr&pnref=lhc.recent

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Delta Blues!

Photos copyright © 2014 Birney Imes / Rose Gallery.


Colorful photography by master Birney Imes @ The Rose Gallery.

A glimpse into the often unseen world of Juke Joints in the Mississippi Delta.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Tees 4 Wize Guyz!

Artwork copyright © 2014 Wizeguyzart.com.
Tee Shirts for the Wize Guy in you by the Wize Guyz of Illustration & Graphix Design @ wizeguyzart.com!
The first edition by Charlie White III, Dave Willardson, Brian Zick, Dan Quarnstrom, Everett Peck, and Brad Benedick.
All made in the US of Fucking A!

Wize Guyz Art on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Thursday, January 1, 2015

2 YOUSE GUYS & Y'ALL!

Happy 2015

Monday, December 29, 2014

Signed: John Smith!

Artwork copyright © 2014 John C. Smith.

Let me introduce you to the Superworx of John C. Smith @ www.zhibit.org/creativesmiths.


I was looking at a Sade illustration on Norman Hathaway's Facebook Page done by John C. Smith for art director Robert Newman @ The Rocket (circa 1986) that made me take a left turn and look twice and then again.
WOW!
Now totally floored, I had to friend him and blog his worx.
See how John Smith's worx translate from drawing to 3D woodwork. Every stroke is there, painted on the wood, in the background, or distressed off the wood. It's refreshing to see an illustrator develop a unique style away from the illustrated style.
I dig his iconic cracked frames!