Sam Winston’s pencil shavings image is visual poetry. I’m not sure if it’s an actual pencil drawing (which would be mad crazy) or if it’s a photograph (or scan) of pencil shavings. The title is, “Pencil Drawing”. Either way, it’s a nice piece. I did a similar piece with gator clips about 7 years ago. […]
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The new pieces all involve the letter “A”. “AXMA” $0.99“A Cliff No. 1” $1.49“Not A Cliff” $0.99 (image not shown above)“Align No. 1” $1.49“Align No. 2” $1.49
Draw, Erase, Draw, Erase, Draw, No. 1 $3Draw, Erase, Draw, Erase, Draw, No. 2 $1.49365 Days $1.49
I got one hour of sleep last night (purposely so). Now I’m paying the price. To keep going I made a drawing. It’s safe to say this is the most subconsciously drawn art I’ve ever made.
My brother mentioned that I should post more art to my blog. The last couple weeks or so during lunch breaks and limited evening hours I have been getting back to some roots and drawing simple portraits. There’s a few dozen so far. Most are on Post-It Notes. Some are ACEO (2.5″ x 3.5″ card […]
I stumbled across Topps’ Star Wars Galaxy collector card series on ebay. This entire series is incredibly interesting. The gold fold collection from series 4 (edition of only 500) impresses me the most. I… want… them… all. $225 can make that happen. That’s not quite in the budget. I’d like the Luke Skywalker and Darth […]
Today it was announced that Bert Blyleven was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. In my early years of high school (1989-1991) I collected his baseball cards. I was attracted to players whose stats were incredible, but had low values assigned to their cards. That’s how I came about to collecting Harmon Killebrew cards […]
The person who forks over $8.12 will get the latest conceptual drawing in my Etsy shop (shipping costs included).
I just purchased 110 two-cent Washington cancel-marked stamps (1894-1898) for $4.04 (shipping included) on ebay. It’s a wonderfully classic stamp. A stamp that surely today’s 2-cent stamp could learn from. I’m not sure what I’ll do with all them. They’ll find their way into a piece of art somehow. The obvious approach is to use […]
The Wheaton Public Library was selling this old VHS tape a few weeks ago. It’s the orangeyiest orange I’ve ever seen on a video cassette. I kinda wish I bought it, tore it apart and used it as a canvas for a drawing/painting.