Throughout the last couple months, my Phish related art has taken off, and most of my time with that. I’ve been drawing illustrated setlists of every show since summer tour, and that has taken up my Etsy shop as well. I decided to open up a new shop for my other artwork (the stuff with skulls, dinosaurs, and girls). Some of it had previously been available, some will new, others will have never been offered online. I’ll be offering old work at reasonable prices, including sales in the future and be adding new work regularly.
Archive for etsy
Spring time is here, which means that lots of things will be happening artwise for me. First is my spring sale on my Etsy site. I’m in need of space in my apartment for new work, and will happily sell some work at a decent price to accomplish that. So from now until April 25th, you can use the coupon code SPRINGBREAK to receive 25% off anything in my shop. I’ve also put up listings that had previously expired (many etchings!), so you can can take full advantage of this offer. 69 (more soon) prints, paintings, etchings, and drawings to choose from.
In Phish related news, I’ve been hard at work on stuff to sell this summer. With my wedding in August, this will be a slim year show-wise. I’ll be at the Mann Center in Philadelphia (huzzah! 20 minutes from my house) for their 2 night run July 8th and 9th and Merriweather Post Pavillion in Maryland on July 26th and 27th. Sadly I won’t be making it to SPAC ($$$), but I won’t discount a possible night at Randall’s Island.
I’ll have some new antelopes to sell, including some Philly related ones.
I’m on the fence whether I want to offer these as prints or just try to sell the originals at the lots. They are currently available on my Etsy shop, but I’ll be making more if they sell out for this summer.
Sketch for a possible Mann Center Poster. It’s very fitting, since the Mann is right next to the Philadelphia Zoo. I Actually looked up every Phish song that was named after an animal and drew a map showing where you can find them at the Philly Zoo. Sadly there are no ocelots or llamas there…
More to come soon!
I admit it, I’ve been horrible at updating my site. Although I’ve been creating new work, you wouldn’t think so by looking at this site (to be honest, I’m way better at updating my Facebook page and Instagram.) As the holidays approached, it seemed prudent to finally get motivated and post some new art up for sale on my Etsy, as well as share what I’ve been up to. I’ve been working on various series, ADD style. Some will continue into the spring, others won’t. But they are all up for grabs, and by using code FESTIVUS15, you can get 15% off! As usual, all orders ship with stickers and whatnot.
2013 started off on a roll (pardon the pun). I had been previously making some simple block prints (mainly examples that I’d use in class) which I’d make stickers out of, but I hadn’t really worked seriously with lino blocks since college.
Getting some new blades motivated me to work detailed again. My first couple prints were more studies than anything, making block print versions of several drawings/paintings I had done previously.
More blocks are upcoming, And these are all currently available through Etsy!
I’ve updated my Etsy shop with a ton of new prints, etchings, drawings, and paintings! I’ll be adding more in the coming weeks, as well as offering some special sales these coming weekends, so stay tuned!
I’ve been neglecting my Etsy site lately, but I finally got around to it! I’ve got over 40 paintings/prints and I want it out of my house. Use promo code 25OFF to get 25% off anything in my shop!
It’s that time of year again! With my schedule, it seems a toss up how many shows I’ll make it to. I made these for the show I’ll be going to in Atlantic City (day one at Bader Field). I figure if I’ll be tailgating, I might as well make sell some art.
I made these over the course of two days, on account of it being too hot outside over Memorial day weekend. The antelope was a simple one layer stencil, but the traffic light was 4 layers, no registration.
I’ll have a couple up on etsy, the rest will be sold on the road.