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January Art Roundup

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

I haven't done one of these in a while, so here are some of my recent favorites in the geeky art world:

I know Christmas is over, but this Rockwell-inspired art tweeted by DeathStarPR made me grin like a scruffy-looking nerf herder:

Ha! This went viral before Christmas, so I had a heckuva time tracking down the artist. Persistence finally paid off, though: It's by Kevin R. Adams, although his website seems to be down right now.


Amy Mebberson - who you may know from her super popular Pocket Princesses - tweeted this in-progress sketch of an extra adorable Minnie Mouse:

Those little hair curls slay me. :)


Cuddly Rigor Mortis (aka Kristin Tercek) ran a sale for New Year's, so I finally bought a print of her "Make Like A Banana" that I've been eying for the past year:


(This one's sold out right now, but check Kristin's shop for more goodies. Most of her prints are $25.)

The original was on a wood plaque, so I'm planning to use my jigsaw to cut a piece of wood to match the same shape on the print, and then trim it to fit. If that makes any sense.

Oh, and Kristin just did a show at Disneyland's Wonderground gallery last month, and I am positively DROOLING over her Oswald piece:

LOVE. 

Sadly these prints are only available at the gallery, though, so I may have to sweet-talk one of you California readers into doing me a solid. [Bambi eyes]


Now, who wants to see a steampunk Batgirl done Art Nouveau style?! 
You know, besides me.

Steampunk Batgirl Nouveau, by Luca Maresca

This appears to be part of a set of prints, but I couldn't find any purchasing information. If you speak Italian, hit the link and see if you can find something I couldn't with Google Translate. (And then let me know in the comments if you do!) 

[UPDATE: according to a few of you, this *was* part of a set which has completely sold out. Drat. However, Amy found Maresca's art blog, so you can see more of his work there!]


And because we can never have too much Art Nouveau - or too much Labyrinth:

She reminds me of the Babe.

DA member kishokahime has a whole gallery of 80s inspired Nouveau prints like these, and they're all fabulous. She also JUST set up an online store so we can buy prints, which start around $15. If I can just find a free wall in my office, I'll also be wanting these three:

 Isn't Lili fantastic? Seriously, we just don't see enough Legend art these days.


I recently discovered Sara Richard's work, and I'm loving her soft, swirly style:

She's also done some fantastic Doctor Who and Rocketeer pieces, though sadly I don't see any of those in her online store.

Jerrod Maryumaya, who ought to be dubbed The King of Cute, made this fantastic Penguin:

Jerrod has a store here, but again, there's no sign of Penguin over there. 

(I'm guessing it's a licensing thing, but then, that's something that has always confused me with artists, since so many of them DO sell fan art without official permissions. I've had pro artists try to explain it to me in the past, but it always leaves my head spinning. So moving on...)



Stephanie Buscema's Beetlejuice print makes me want to design a whole nursery around it:

Of course, I'm not having any kids, so...any volunteers? STEP RIGHT UP! (Which, incidentally, is the name of this print.)

And finally, since I've managed to accumulate a lot of art over the years that I can either no longer fit on my walls or that never made it there to begin with, I've decided to start giving it away to you guys!

Here's how it'll work: I've made a new Pinterest board, which John has pain-stakingly filled with all the art I currently have to give away. Most are signed prints, but there are also a few original pieces in there. (There are also a few sets, which count as a single piece.) Take a look, and if you see something you want, just leave a comment on this post to enter. 

I'll pick a winner at random sometime next week. If I pick your name, then you just tell me which piece of art you want. (No need to tell me now; just when you win.) Easy-peasy! And I'll ship anywhere, so you international peeps feel free to throw your hat in.

I plan to do these give-aways with every art post from now on, so expect them to happen roughly once a month. I'm hoping these will help give my favorite artists a little more exposure, and also help introduce more of you to the joys of great geek art. Plus it will clean out my office closet. See? Win-Win-WIN. ;)

Happy commenting!

The contest has closed, and the winner is: Toneea W. from Australia!  

Congrats, Toneea, and please e-mail me to claim your art!

Posted by Jen at 11:35 PM Labels: ,

731 comments:

  1. These are amaziNg. I especially like all the art nouveau stuff.

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  2. I hope I win! You've so much lovely stuff!

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  3. you've got some great art!

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  4. I absolutely love the Hannah Lynn print. I may have to go look for other works of hers. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing these all. So much fun!

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  5. Hehehe. The Millennium Falcon christmas present made me giggle. :)

    If I won your giveaway, I would choose the Robot ACEO by Katie Cook. It would look adorable framed and hung on in the playroom.

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  6. Oooh, pretty! But Sorceror Mickey and one of my favorite Uncle Walt quotes will win every time.

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  7. After I saw your new pinterest board this evening, I kept bouncing back and forth between epbot and pinterest, hoping for a giveaway. I would love a piece of geeky art from you!

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  8. This is awesome! You inspired me to seek out and collect some nerdy art. I have had bare walls for a long time, but now I have a few neat pieces. My style is a lot different from yours, but your stuff is adorable. (Plus, if I won I could just collect it in person because I live in Union Park XD)

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  9. Love all these Jen, also love the prints by Jasmine Becket-Griffith and Meredith Gillman.

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  10. I must have the Mike White Wonder Woman My friend's daughter has a brain tumor and Wonder Women is her superhero. She is 2 and has a year of super hardcore chemo ahead of her. They were using a milder chemo but her tumor started to grow so she had a second brain surgery and seems to be doing great.

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  11. squee! The first one reminded me of this, which I hope you've already seen (but if you haven't, you're in for a treat): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_Chy_CQJ7I

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  12. Jen you are so awesome! I was just browsing my Pinterest when I noticed your art giveaway board so I had to pop on over here and see what it was all about! I would love to have a chance to own one of those pieces. I'm going to have to go back and take another look to see which one I would choose *when* you pick my name (positive thinking here)

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  13. i love that you are giving these artists i shout out, i hope i win!

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  14. That print by Jasmine Becket-Griffith with the striped tights is adorable! Love it!

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  15. LOVE all the art Noveau! I couldn't pick a favorite for the give-away, so if I win, I'd like you to surprise me!

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  16. i want that little robot!! TOO MUCH CUTE

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  17. "the joys of great geek art."

    'nuff said. :)

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  18. Okay, I was going to say which one I wanted, but now I the thing I want most is for wonder woman to go to Amanda's daughter.

    So that's my entry.

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  19. Here's hoping I win! I love new art!

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  20. Wow, you have such a beautiful collection!

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  21. Oooh, I'd like to have some of that art! :)

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  22. I've been wanting to start collecting art prints so I'll have a stash to decorate my dorm next year when I start college. The Camilla D'Errico prints would be a great start. Thanks for having a giveaway!

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  23. I love so much of the artwork that you have! You are so awesome for doing a give away like this :D

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  24. I would *love* to win... I'm about to get married and move into our new apartment, and we have nothing to put on our walls!

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  25. I agree, you can never have too much Labyrinth..or Beetlejuice.

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  26. You always manage to find some of the coolest art out there!!

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  27. The stuff you find is so awesome.
    I'd Love to be entered in the contest!

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  28. I absolutely LOVE the nouveau stuff!!

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  29. I'd have to find space on my walls too, but I'm in!

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  30. Jen, I hope you know how awesome you are. Your generosity repeatedly blows me away!

    And thanks for always being so conscientious when it comes to crediting artists and crafters!

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  31. Ahg I love all of these prints! I swear if I didn't have an online bank account to remind me of expenses I have I would spend all my money on random art work and nifty things!!

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  32. Love all the art nouveau stuff. You find the best art!

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  33. I love the art nouveau pieces! They are awesome. I have a whole wall full of mucha pictures that I framed.

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  34. You are my geeky hero! Thanks for having Epbot so us Geeky Girls can unite!

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  35. Gorgeous! Regardless of whether or not I win the giveaway, I see some artists that I need to look into further!

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  36. @ Amanda, I don't know if you'll be checking comments again, but in case you do: please e-mail me with your address. I'd love to send you the Wonder Woman art for your friend's daughter!

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  37. I love those art noveau pieces.
    Have you seen Karen Hallion's Disney/Doctor Who mashups? Quite awesome.

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  38. Very cool Jen! Thank you for your generosity. We love you!

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  39. Awesome!! My mom taught me to love art, I just can't get enough of it.

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  40. I like the Becket-Griffith print with the frog. :) It reminds me of my fog, Henry, who died recently :(

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  41. Batgirl and Rainbow Dash are totally awesome. Also, totally loving your pinterest!

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  42. My 4-year-old would positively swoon for that set of fairy prints! Much geek love to you.

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  43. I was on Pintrest and noticed all the great art. Thanks for helping me embrace my inner geek and let her be my outer geek!

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  44. Amazing finds! Big fan of Jasmine

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  45. The Robot one is freaking adorable~ So nice of you to give stuff away~

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  46. Love the Hannah Lynn piece, with the rainbow!

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  47. Long-time reader, first-time commenter...these are all beautiful!

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  48. Oh, look at the pretties!

    I hope I win!!

    Paula RV

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  49. Oh man, the Lydia print! So cool! You have pretty fab taste, Jen. :D

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  50. You have fantastic taste. I live everything you ever feature. I hope I win!

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  51. I always love when you do art roundup posts! The Labyrinth and Legend pieces are killing me, they're so gorgeous. There's so many phenomenal artists out there with amazing geeky inspirations. I think it's lovely that you'll be doing giveaways, too! Here's hoping! ^^

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  52. Ive seen those same prints on pintrest before and thought they were amazing, great minds think alike.

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  53. Oh OH! LOOOVE these! Pick me, pick me! ;)

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  54. So awesome! My walls are bare. It's embarrassing, really.

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  55. It seems like these art pieces should be ceded to a geek girl, so I feel guilty trying to win. However, (HOWEVER!) I see a couple things my mom would love and I have to enter for her. Isn't that what a good son should do?

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  56. I'm usually just a lurker, albeit a faithful lurker. But I have to surface for this fabulous give-away. I love your art posts!

    I'm heading to Disneyland at the end of the month if no one steps up before then. I'd be happy to pick something up for you and ship it. :)

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  57. Ohmigoodness. I would explode if I won a artsy thing! :D Consider this a plea to be entered!

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  58. A chance to get some art that I could otherwise not afford? Yes please! :)
    I love the way you have your walls decorated in your office, I don't seem to have the knack of hanging things in a way that looks appealing.

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  59. These are amazing!! sooo in love with The Labyrinth!!! off to go click every link & discover more geeky goodness!

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  60. Oh Jen! I want one! I might want more than one, but ya know. :)

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  61. I got one step closer to the Steampunk Batgirl Nouveau Print, but it looks like it was a limited edition collection that was only sold at the one fair in Italy where all the artists attended. Here's the site I found of the project: Drawers

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  62. Wow! You really do have an amazing collection! I'd love to win!

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  63. I'd so love to win this - I have a slowly growing wall of art that is sorely lacking in geekery (but a part of me really doesn't want to win, because then I'd have to choose - they're all so gorgeous!)

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  64. Absolutely swooning over the pieces

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  65. Pretties! So many pretties! You've got an amazing eye and great taste.

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  66. That Oswald print is adorable, and I fell in love with the Neverending Story "Empress" a few weeks back. Glad to see it reappear and remind me just how sweet she was.

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  67. Ack! Tiny robot! And Sorcerer's Apprentice - my favorite Mickey. :)

    Happy New Year!

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  68. I love the art nouveau pieces but if I were lucky enough to win I would like the 5x5 postcard prints by Camilla D'Errico

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  69. You have some really lovely art! You are clearly a person of good taste! :)

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  70. Chances of me winning are probably very slim, but since you have such nice art on offer, I'll take my chances and enter. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. We're moving countries in 2 weeks, and we definitely can still use things to prettify our new appartment!

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  71. There are some lovely items on that list who I'd love to give a home to! I think Robot ACEO by Katie Cook is my fave.

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  72. Hey, Jen!

    I'm actually IN Italy, so I thought I'd take a gander at the link that you posted about Luca Maresco. Wanted to let you know that he has his own blog. The link you posted was to a blog that posts stuff from different artists. Luca's blog address is: http://lucamaresca.blogspot.it/

    He has an email address posted there where you can inquire about his art. (Apparently, he was at the comic convention in Lucca this fall and was selling some of his art there).

    Another blog that you might be interested in is that of DraWers, which Luca Maresca has been included in. The address for this blog is: http://draw3rs.blogspot.it/

    Hope this helps!

    Ciao!

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  73. I love the artwork you are showing here! (as always) and I would love to win a peice of your "homeless" art :)

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  74. I would love a piece of art from you :)

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  75. I love the Jasmine Becket-Griffith print.

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  76. Oo, that is some amazingly beautiful art there. Whoever is picked as winner is adding a gem to their collection, or starting a fantastic one :-) .

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  77. Who doesn't want new art!? Thanks for the great giveaway :)

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  78. Wow! You're such a super gal for doing this giveaway for your readers. I'd love to win one of those pieces!

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  79. Oh man, there are so many options. Hard to pick.

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  80. I am completely in love with the Hannah Lynn print! I wonder if I have a chance of winning....

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  81. I enjoy your taste in art. It's lovely.

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  82. So many beautiful pictures...my walls need more pretty!

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  83. Shelley in So. IllinoisJanuary 3, 2013 at 6:42 AM

    Who wouldn't love that sketchy Mickey??!! Consider this my entry, please!

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  84. Annie S.(gatormommy4114)January 3, 2013 at 6:49 AM

    So cool!! You are right there is not nearly enough legend stuff around!! My kids and Hubby and I love that movie!! Also, there are a few things on the pinterest that I absolutely love!! :)

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  85. Geez, I don't know how I would pick one, but would love the chance to!!

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  86. Oooh, pretties n.n

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  87. My daughter and I spent several minutes looking at your pinterest board. We love them all!

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  88. I absolutely love some of the pictures on your Pinterest board! I'd love to win one!

    And I am also in love with that Art Nouveau Lydia.. so want.

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  89. my girlfriend introduced me to epbot only a short while ago but i love it already. most of the things you do and show on here are simply amazing and i cant believe it took me this long to find it.
    the art work on pintrest is awesome and it would be great to own a piece so fine

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  90. The hard part is just choosing one!

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  91. Count me in! You have some of the best pieces!

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  92. Love love LOVE art nouveau!!!! And love those ones! I just got myself a shirt with a sailor moon art nouveau on it!

    And your pinterest board is beautiful! I too understand the whole "having more art that places to put it" thing as I have accumulated a fair bit from bartering away my photography to other vendors while selling at art shows. ^_^; But I still have a bit more room and wouldn't mind adding more to my collection.

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  93. The Minnie curls killed me too! Hope I win. x

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  94. My favorite image in your post here is the child empress. Thanks for sharing!

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  95. Oh my! You have such lovely taste in art that you are always so rough on my wallet! We just reclaimed our guest room, so I have so many new walls to put art on! Thank you to John for putting up the links so that I can get the art directly! (I have terrible drawing luck :)

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  96. i could use some geeky art in my life :) you have great taste!

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  97. Ah! I don't know what I'd choose!

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  98. What an awesome idea! Love it all!

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  99. Oh my geekified goodness, consider me entered! I love your art collection!

    Also, the artists in today's post, will be shared among the geek elements of my family. Share the love.

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  100. droolz. I'm going to have a new office, with all these blank white walls... *innocently whistling*

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  101. I had just made a new years resolution to hang more original art around the house! Now I will go shopping... Thanks!

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  102. The Mickey sketch is by far my favorite. Love it!

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  103. I would love to win a piece of art!

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  104. Love the art! Love reading your blog.

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  105. Oh I *have* to enter this one! I'd be so thrilled to win one of your pieces!

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  106. It would be so cool to win one of the Disney prints for my husband the cartoonist/graphic artist.

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  107. All the pretty things!

    I would love to win and introduce my little girl to some awesomely geeky art, squee!

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  108. Squeee. I love all of your art! Can I play? please please please *bounces up and down in excitement*
    -Sam

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  109. you've got some great stuff! I hope I win! :-)

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  110. Another thing; Have you ever seen BotManArt before?
    He is an annonomous UK artist who draws squee worthy robot pictures

    Here is his site, though I am not sure how to link it!:
    www.botmanart.com

    -Sam

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  111. Jessie Amandus AndersenJanuary 3, 2013 at 8:39 AM

    So wish I lived in a bigger apartment, with more walls to fill :)
    I guess I have to push my globe-collection closer together ;)
    Thank you for all the work you put into your blog *Hugs*

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  112. I love Katie Cook's robot. It's darling.

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  113. So much love for the tiny robot print.

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  114. My little family has started collecting geeky art prints. I would LOVE to win some more!

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  115. oh ehm gee. the wonderwoman/flash one by mike white is stunning! and it would fit right along side my super hero style sitting room! (lime green and black)

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  116. Ok, I've got the rest of the day cut out for me - looking at all the links you put in the post! And yay for giveaway! Love Epbot and the way you write. Take care!

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  117. I'm in love with Robot ACEO by Katie Cook (Original Art). Love!

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  118. Beautiful! I can't say I have much wall space either but if I win I will make it happen :D!

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  119. I would LOOOOVE to have some of your pretties!!

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  120. Please toss my name in the hat. I would love some art work for my new place. =)

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  121. So much great stuff!! Definitely would like a chance to win something! :)

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  122. My year of university Italian didn't help me tremendously in the search, but fluency in French enabled me to find what I THINK is the original source for the Steampunk Art Nouveau prints. I managed to find a YouTube channel for an illustrator and designer named Eleonora Dea Nanni. I think she might be your girl: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cahxeAJmQ6k Everything else I found seemed to be in Italian, but Europeans tend to study English in schools, so I'm guessing you could contact her via YouTube (assuming it's her actual account) and either she or one of her followers would be able to respond in English. p.s. I don't remember if I replied or not, but I'm glad you enjoyed the mathematical Christmas tree link. Apologize to John for me. Next year's tree should be fun for him. ;)

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  123. How can you give away the cool manga style pictures?!?!! An octopus hat plus butterflies = Awesome!

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  124. Who wouldn't want to win such pretty things?

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  125. Gorgeous stuff, here! I need more art for my house. I'd love a chance to win some of the stuff you're giving away!

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  126. I'm not very good at finding new art on the Internet, so it's always great to come here and learn about new artists! Thanks for sharing!

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  127. Oh, I'd love some fun new art for my home!

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  128. Oh my goodness, that Minnie is to die for!! So dang cute! Also loving pretty much that entire pinterest boared...fingers crossed!!

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  129. Happy New Year Jen and John. Thanks for the smiles you bring us every day... with both your blogs.

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  130. Ooo, I love the Childlike Empress print! And I love several of the ones on your Pinterest :)

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  131. These are fantastic! they are so much fun, i have been looking for something to put on my empty walls! lol loooooovvveee all of these.

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  132. I love what you showed us here, and LOVE what you have up on pinterest!

    And it just so happens that I do have a nursery to decorate, so maybe I'll have somewhere to start if you pick me :)

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  133. I love them and so will my light saber weilding, tutu wearing princess!

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  134. love them all~~ Freakin love this blog!!! such fantastic art!

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  135. Wauw, I just love the Minnie picture, she looks so cute!

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  136. Beautiful art and you always find the neatest art.

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  137. My neighbor, who just graduated from Center for Creative Studies here in Detroit, is working on a cosplay oil painting of my daughter that is stunningly gorgeous. Of course, so is she! If I do say so myself....

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  138. I actually got the Sarah print and Sorsha print for x-mas! And I would LOVE to help you clean out your art closet (please please please)!

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  139. Rainbow Brony?! :D

    Because of you, I'm trying to find fun prints on deviant art or elsewhere to decorate my office, bedroom, living room and/or playroom. This art giveaway would be a great inspiration to see real products and finally make the plunge myself. So, random number generator, choose me!

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  140. Pretty Art on Pinterest!

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  141. What an interesting collection! How to choose just one?

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  142. I would love a chance to fill my place with another art piece!

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  143. Me! Me! You do a wonderful job curating prints, and I really do love discovering new artists through Epbot. :D

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  144. My mother-in-law is a fantastic amateur photographer, and her mom is a painter, so we've always got too many pics for our walls, but if I win, I'm going to find a spot somewhere! (Or maybe make one of my geeky friends very happy.)

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  145. Oh man - it's hard to choose! I would love to win "Spring Fish" by Hannah Lynn. The colors are gorgeous and my girls love mermaids. I would love to hang it in their room.

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  146. How can I refuse an opportunity to receive one of those?! It'd be great! Loving the stuff you find, as always... I only wish I was as cool as you.

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  147. Wow, there is a lot of cute stuff on there. Love it!

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  148. These are so great. Thanks! You're awesome. I love Camilla D'Errico and found some new people to check out.

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  149. Oh boy, I definitely see something I would love to have! Thanks so much for thinking of us! Thanks also for exposing us to these artists, I've got their stores open in other tabs and am heading over there once I post this!

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  150. I love your art posts - I generally lurk all over the place but since you're offering a giveaway, I needed to comment on this to say enter me, please!

    Also if you still need Italian translation, I have a grandmother I can get on the case. :)

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  151. Are you at all aware of how freaking awesome you are?

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  152. Thank you for sharing your latest art finds! I love the stuff you found, especially the nouveau stuff and your new ice cream and banana print. So cute!!

    I LOVE so many of the art pieces you are giving away, so I will cross my fingers in hopes of getting picked!

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  153. You guys are always making me smile. I hope all your winners are tickled pink and purple with what they get! It's all so gorgeous.

    Also, I planned my teaching schedule this semester partly so that I was guaranteed enough time in the mornings to always check the day's Cakewrecks post at home. Yeah!

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  154. Oooh, enter me in the contest!

    We LOVE collecting art. There's no such thing as not enough room for art. See? http://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/523853_10151285274896617_572405025_n.jpg (Our goal is to completely fill this wall. And that doesn't count all the other pieces we have throughout the house.)

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  155. *crosses fingers* I love all your art posts, so I would LOVE some of your art-that-you-no-longer-have-room-for :-D

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  156. What a fabulous array of choices! Count me in!

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  157. so much win!

    and a great giveaway!

    i'd also choose (like others before me) the Katie Cook robot. for the adorableness :)

    katherine.jones13 gmail.com

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  158. Hi Jen, I’m a long time reader, but I don’t comment much.
    I would be over the moon if I won one of your pieces of art!

    And since I'm commenting, thanks for entertaining me with Cake Wrecks and inspiring me with Epbot. I tried to tell you that when I met you at a book signing, but I got tongue tied and said it all wrong. *blush*

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  159. I love these, pick me, pick me!!

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  160. Of course I want to win! Great art!

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  161. Hi Jen! You have so many beautiful pieces of art! I especially love the Fairy set by Meredith Dillman. I adore fae of all kinds and even got my brother to create a D&D-based fairy character for me to play with in his campaigns when I was a tiny geekling. The Beautiful Mermaid by Myka Jelina is also fabulous!

    You have an enviable life (even taking into account those things you share about it that aren't at all pleasant) and I love reading about it in your blog.

    Studying Art History in college I loved art nouveau more than any other style, so those prints of the 80's icons are absolutely amazing to me. I'd love them all in 3x5" cards framed as a set, wouldn't you? Especially if you could make/find a frame that can do them justice.

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  162. I'd love any of the Myka Jelina or Jasmine Beckett-Griffith prints. Beautiful work!

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  163. My ten year old daughter and I are squeeing over these!

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  164. Love the art. Also, the stuff on the pinterest board is gorgeous.

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  165. Ooohhh dangerous. I love the art nouveau prints by Kishokahime, especially the Last Unicorn one! Sadly it said she didn't have anything for sale yet? Thanks once again for helping me waste time ;)

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  166. So much pretty! Here and on the pinterest board.

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  167. Yes, please! Although thanks to some of your previous posts plus our own art collecting habits, wall space is at a premium. :>

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  168. I completely and totally understand about running out of office wall space, but every time you do one of these posts, I want to rush out and buy a million new things. Thanks for being an enabler. :)

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  169. Sarah Nouveau is SO gorgeous! So are the others, but I adore Sarah!
    Would love to win the giveaway, but how can you stand to give any of them up?!

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  170. OMG Jen, I collect fairies, I would love to have any one of those. In fact, I could offer a trade if you were interested :) I know you don't have room, but I have some pretty sweet art I've had for a long time I would be willing to send ya. I can get you a pic in an email shortly, even if you're not interested, I think you'll like looking at them :)

    Nikki T

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  171. So much gorgeous artwork :D
    Can't resist tossing my name in as I really need to start adding to my collection again and even if I'm not selected I've got some ideas on what to get next

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  172. As per usual these are all awesome,but I'm still giggling at the banana split- way too cute. :)

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  173. I'll take any of them!

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  174. Consider this my entry! Sooooo many pretties!

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  175. Pinterest is down but anything Jen loves, I love. Please please please!

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  176. Your tiny Robot original art was just what I needed to make me smile this morning. ADORABLE -> LOVE IT!

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  177. This is so awesome of you to share your geek art! I've been wanting to start a collection of my own. (:

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  178. Saw the art pins last night but not the post til now, LOVE!

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  179. I love all the geeky art! That Rockwellesque one of the Millennium Falcon makes me giggle every time I see it!

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  180. The Batgirl print was part of a Steampunk Nouveau folder,of which only 100 copies were made.

    Sorry to break it to you but it does not look like any more will be printed. At least not according to the website. Ah well, that'll teach me for sitting here, debit card at the ready, itching to blow my tax refund on something artsy. Guess I am back to shopping for shoes again!:(

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  181. My friends would absolutely love that Oswald piece - they're both Disney fanatics and have played both Epic Mickeys. Sending the link in case they ever wind up in California :p

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  182. I was wondering what the pinterest board was... cool idea.

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  183. Oh My God. Legend art! That is my favorite movie. Although most of the time I end up explaining the plot because it seems like no one besides me and you has seen it.

    *Sigh*

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