My 3 new Limited Edition 11x14 giclees are now up for adoption at Sandy Eggo Comic Con! Only 50 of each at booth 4621! 🖤
With San Diego Comic Con right around the corner I thought I would share this again. I will probably lose more friends and fans for writing this but that's how the cookie crumbles. I think it's time for us as artists, companies, conventions and fans to take a stand and say no to illegal pop culture art. It's up to us to make people / fans aware that it is wrong. Fans have no idea that they are supporting something illegal, they are just buying characters they love and thinking they are doing good by supporting the artists. I've been there myself, I learned from it and want to pass the word along to those who may not know the truth of what is going on in the art industry. I started out in 1994 selling tattoo flash & art of my own designs door to door, directly to shops as well as at tattoo conventions around the U.S. and eventually around the world online. I did great for myself but over the years as the internet and social media grew, tattoo flash for the most part became obsolete, people's tastes changed and I started painting. I was looking for a new road and wanted to reach more people. I started to do comic cons in 2010 after hearing artists make a good living doing them. At first I felt very out of place, my creepy cute style was so different and I didn't have a comic. But to my surprise, young children tagging along with their parents and girls with their boyfriends loved my style! I created my first children's comic, started to do a lot of conventions and things picked up a little. My first year of comic cons was more of a struggle because I refused to paint other artists characters since I thought it was illegal. At the time I also thought all these great artists at these conventions really worked for these amazing companies but that wasn't the case... I started to question and you should as well. Please read the rest in my comments below. 😊
“It’s a Great-a-Pie” My oil painting on a quarter for the Vampira introduces the Shape of Water art show at The Mystic Museum in Burbank tonight. Stop by, see all the beautiful art and contact them if you’re interested.
Say hello to the new Sugar Fueled fosters; Gucci, Armani & Chanel! You can follow these sweet little babies adventures in my stories over the next few weeks till they can take care of themselves and be adopted. 🖤💛🖤
Scrabble tile oil painting for the Must see Robots Will Kill & friends show tonight at My Plastic Heart in NYC. 1/16th the size of the last... See ya there! 🖤👻
Wip of my Scrabble tile oil painting for the Robots Will Kill & friends show tomorrow night at My Plastic Heart in NYC. Don’t miss this amazing show if you’re in the neighborhood!
Introducing “Loki”! Another one of my new oil paintings on Scrabble tiles. I had so much fun painting his little portrait! 🖤 (SOLD)