A new piece depicting Wardenclyffe Tower. She was never finished, however, I chose to complete it in honor of Nikola Tesla who was a fascinating person. Read more about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wardenclyffe_Tower
First in the series of 6 total is IG-88. The bounty hunter action figures from The Empire Strikes Back were some of my favorite childhood toys.
A selection of the weirdos and creeps that are in my new book – Ichabod’s Monster Gallery. The book is available in my shop, how scary is that?
From the wide-eyed age of five to this day, I love the art and design of the original Star Wars film. This new print pays homage to that movie and my love of space junk. Bleep-Bloop-Beep!
I’ve made up a limited number of Wolfboy prints on canvas, set in antique wooden frames. These pieces measure 7 x 9 framed. They will be made available at C2E2 in Chicago next Friday. Any remnants will be available in my shop the following week.
In my reading related to the awesome Delia Derbyshire (she helped create the Doctor Who theme song), I decided to create a Tardis in my style. Where in time and space do you think the TARDIS is headed?
The profile of a buffalo… What a wonderful shape and an interesting creature! This commission is 13 x 19 and prints of this image will be in the shop shortly.
The image below was based on an antique British postage stamp I discovered in an old shipping box. I reworked the image but focused on keeping the integrity of the design.
Here’s another peek at my new book – Ichabod’s Monster Gallery. Ichabod the bat invites you in…