Thursday, November 14, 2013

November Art Roundup - With LOTS Of New Give-Aways!

Time for my monthly roundup of gorgeous geek art!

My fellow BioShock:Infinite fans are going to LOVE this first one:

By Echo Chernik 

Songbird! And Elizabeth! In art nouveau!! [swoon]

This 11X17 poster was apparently only available at cons for one season, but I was lucky enough to snag one at Florida Supercon several months back... which I promptly smooshed a little while carrying around. So I bought another one. That means I have one slightly smooshed signed poster available on the Epbot give-away board, if you'd like it. :)

This design is also available as a t-shirt at the official Irrational Games store for $24 - although I'm not a fan of the light blue background. (The men's style comes on a much more attractive gray.)

Echo has a truly gorgeous art nouveau pin-up style, so if you like that you should really check out the rest of her work. Here's part of her "Baked Cthulhu" set:



 And I've always loved the steampunky "Bubo v2.0"

 (Please note that some of Echo's pinup art is NSFW.)

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Next up is the minimalistic superhero art of Alex Asfour:

 

 

I bought both of these from Alex at the same con, but not only are they not available anywhere online, I couldn't even find these images anywhere - so I took these pics with my phone. (Sorry. They're too big to scan!)

You should still be able to get them in person from Alex, though, so watch for him at your local conventions. Or, better yet, just comment below to win one! Both are going on my give-away board.

Here's one you CAN buy from Alex's online store, at least:
"Rocket to the Moon" 18X24 print, $15

Retro rockety goodness!

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Nathan Szerdy is a local Florida artist with a really diverse range of art and fun style.  I've chatted with him several times at local events, and have done my best to berate him each time for not having a web store for most of his work. (Are you sensing a common theme here? Ha!)

If you're lucky enough to catch him at a con, though, here's some of what you can buy from Nathan:



I purchased two big prints from him, and both are going on the give-away board. Again, you can only get these from Nathan in person - and in fact, he doesn't even have this first one on his website, so... iPhone to the rescue, AGAIN.

(Kinda frustrated with how this one turned out; it's way nicer in person!)

And for you Edward Gory/Tim Burton fans:

I know I should have featured this one LAST month, but I have so much of an art stash backing up I honestly didn't find it 'til a few weeks ago. o.0 (This is an awesome problem to have, btw.)

Anyway, this is from Nathan's graphic novel, Lola and the 11 Secrets. Hit that link to buy the book; it's chock full of gorgeous art just like this.

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And finally, Charles Thurston is yet another local Florida artist I've been silently cursing for not having all of his art online - and here's the reason why: 

 LOOK HOW CUTE THIS IS.  
(It's Doctor Chew! Or maybe WHObacca? :D)

Yes, of course I bought it. And yes, of course it's not available anywhere in his online store. (This is another phone picture.) I happen to know Charles through some mutual friends, though, so I'm allowed to yell at him here, right? CHARLES, PUT THIS IN YOUR ONLINE STORE!! Thank you.

[11/17 Update: Charlie tells me these prints were a collaboration with fellow artist Danny Haas, and they were a limited edition run of only 200. I've talked to the guys since, though, and I THINK I've convinced them to make a few changes and do another run. I'll keep you posted!]
Charles also sells a bunch of adorable little story booklets that introduce younger kids to fandoms like Doctor Who, Star Wars, Firefly, and the like:


All of Charles' booklets are $7 each, and they're freaking adorable, so watch his Etsy shop for new listings.


Hope you enjoyed this month's roundup, guys! As always, remember to comment below to enter to win the art of your choice from my Pinterest art give-away board - and head over there to see all the new pieces I've added since last month!

Oh, and since I'm adding so much new art I'll be picking TWO random winners this month. I'll announce the winners sometime early next week - and yes, I'll ship anywhere!

UPDATE: The giveaway has ended, and the winners are Betty Martin & Renee of "A Bibliophile's Life For Me!" Congrats, ladies, and please e-mail me to claim your prize!

770 comments:

  1. How do you find such fantastic art from local (to you) artists? I can't seem to do that where I live... I'd love to win some. :)

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  2. I hope I win! I would love the Elizabeth one seeing as my name is Elizabeth and that blue dress is do die for.

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  3. I love the elizabeth print! Well, lets be honest I love them all... silly cons in Canada don't have many talented artists in attendance, super jealous.

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  4. Whobacca is so adorable...

    -Stephanie

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  5. Love, love, love!!! This box isn't big enough for me to adequately describe how happy this makes me!

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  6. Oooooh, that Whistlin' Wash print makes me feel all the feels...

    ("Watch how I soar!")

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  7. Shiny! Want! I desperately need that Hulk picture...and a room to hang art in.

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  8. Merida!! These are all fantastic. And i might just have to get Nighty Night lil Wampa or something of the like for any new little ones my friends have.

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  9. Oh my gosh!! I love the Nightmare one!! I have a lot of fan art on my walls, but no Nightmare... Yet.

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  10. Wow, beautiful finds! I especially like the art-nouveau illustrations and Rocket to the Moon.... And I'm still in love with Erica Taguchi-Newton's print on the Epbot art giveaway board :)

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  11. My husband would love pretty much all of these as much as me! Decorating our newly married home with art is a goal of mine. :)

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  12. Who-bacca all the way! Super cute! I was having trouble deciding which was my favourite until I got to that one! ^^

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  13. All the ones by Nathan Szerdy are incredible! And I think I will definitely be buying some of those booklets for my nephew, so what if he's only 1!

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  14. I love them all! It would be hard to decide, but I'm sure I could do it!

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  15. Waaah my sister has just had a baby, I think I know what the sprog is getting for christmas now!

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  16. So much fine art!! The Doctor Chew is fighting with Nathan's X-Men for my preference...

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  17. Snow season is starting here in Wisconsin. Any of your give-away art would brighten my home, and my day. Thanks Jen!

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  18. I love your taste in art!! Would love to have to decide which one I want!!

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  19. I love the art nouveau style, but the Hulk poster is speaking to me now. Then again there's a little girl down the street who would absolutely DIE for the Batman and Batgirl tiny prints. She would sleep in her Batman mask if her parents let her.

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  20. If there were ever a reason to go to a con besides experiencing the con, it'd be to buy the work by these artists, especially Nathan. That Nightmare Before Christmas print is drool-worthy!!

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  21. That baked Cthulhu looks awesome! Iä! Iä! Cthulhu Fhtagn!

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  22. They are all so adorable, even if I'm pretty sure several of the subjects wouldn't take well to being called adorable!

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  23. Oh...mah...GAWD....DOCTOR CHEW???

    I think my head just asploded!!! :)

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  24. Wow those are amazing. I wish I could live in America to go to these cons!

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  25. So many wonderful pieces of art!

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  26. Doctor Chew is so adorable!

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  27. I'm in LOVE with the Charles Thurston Who/SW mashup!

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  28. I really need to get around to playing Bioshock Infinite.

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  29. How is anyone to choose just one?????

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  30. Oh please oh please oh please! I must have that Hulk! Oh pick me!

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  31. That WHObacca is just the cutest! I just want a plush of him so I can hug him when I'm scared.

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  32. I am a huge Tim Burton and Nightmare before Christmas fan those prints are gorgeous.

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  33. You always have such wonderful arts. I am so very jealous if your collections, and ashamed of my blank walks. I've dropped hints, though, for Christmas... http://www.litographs.com/collections/posters/products/leagues may be on my wall soon.

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  34. Well, I never win anything, but I suppose it can't hurt to try. :-)

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  35. Oh, my! There's just so much wonderful here!

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  36. It's all so wonderful I love it! Absolutely in love with Doctor Chew!!!

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  37. Fabulous art. Whobacca is my favorite, though Merida is a close second.

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  38. That pinup of Elizabeth is beautiful. And so is the Nightmare Before Christmas one! So many very talented people!

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  39. I can see why you have so much art to giveaway. How can you not buy this stuff when it is so adorable!

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  40. OMGoodness, pick me, pick me! Whobacca would totally love living in my office with my Star Wars snowflakes and papercraft TARDIS! :)

    Not that I'm sucking up, or anything, but you are the best! How else would I find so much awesome in one place?

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  41. Thanks for showing such great stuff.

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  42. I am a HUGE Nightmare Before Christmas fan, and that artwork by Nathan Szerdy is just.. awesome.

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  43. I love it when you post art - I love discovering new artists, especially local Florida folks!

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  44. So many great pieces this month, but that Doctor Chew did my in! Adorable! And I'm definitely going to keep an eye on Charles Thurston's Etsy shop for new books for any future nieces or nephews I might have.

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  45. I looove that Nightmare print! Your art roundups always make me want to buy ALL THE ART.

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  46. Pick me Pick me Pick me Pleeeeeeeease :) My favorite at-work-but-not-work activity is to drool over your art board ^_^ it's so nice to have you back.

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  47. Looooooove Alex Asfour's superhero art. Crossing my fingers he'll be at the convention in Austin next weekend!

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  48. I adore Doctor Chew!!!

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  49. You find the most amazing art! I might need to buy that moon rocket print.

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  50. I have the whistling wash Tshirt, it's really incredible.

    Jen, your taste for art never ceases to amaze me. I would love the Doctor Chew print.

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  51. Ooooh pretty pretty...love the superhero prints, and I want some of those books!!

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  52. Ohhh I want some of those books! So much fun!!! Lots of wonderful art again!

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  53. While I love the Iocane powder one... I'd have to pick Doctor Chew out of this bunch. Love it!

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  54. OH MY GOD! Dr. Chew!!!! Must have.

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  55. I'm a new follower and stumbled upon your site while searching for Halloween costumes and now come back often - Love the art featured and a chance to win!

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  56. I am in LOVE with the Meridia print!! Pick meee!!!

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  57. Ooo pick me, pick me! I want that Whobacca! Actually there are like 5 things I want, but I think that one would win.

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  58. Love the Merida, Minimalist Hulk, and Tim Burton inspired prints this month!!!

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  59. So much stuff! How generous of you to do this. I love so many of them!

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  60. The Merida one is so pretty! If its even better in person, I don't even know what to think!

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  61. Oooooo! The Elizabeth print is wonderful! I just downloaded the new DLC "burial at sea" and it is fantastic!

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  62. So much good art. I need to start a collection. Thanks for inspiring me!

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  63. My son could use some adorable and cool geektastic art for his room... this is all so cool1

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  64. You have such beautiful taste!

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  65. Please pick me! That art is gorgeous!!

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  66. Usually I am a lurker, but the art this month is too good to pass up! (Also, I never win things.)

    Also, thank you for your contributions to the internets! Your taste in all things crafty is amazing. :)

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  68. Ok, I am going to throw my name in the hat again and hope that I win this month. And even if I don't win (sigh), I will keep checking the web site daily for more crafts that I can make. Thanks for all that you do for all of us. Love you lots!!!

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  69. Your art posts have inspired me to start my own Haunted Mansion themed collection. I picked up a Noah print while visiting WDW last month and just yesterday added the Jerrod Maruyama print you featured here.

    And I see a couple pieces in your giveaway that would fit in nicely with my spooky decor tastes. :)

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  70. Eeee! So much awesome here! The Rocket to the Moon is my favorite, but I would proudly display any of these :)

    Nikki T

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  71. *excited squeak!!* Oh my goodness those are all amazing! I love the Merida, and I love the Whobacca! (I may have giggle-snorted into my oatmeal at that one) Aw heck, I love all of these! Thank you for bringing such talented artists to light!

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  72. I've started my geeky art collection based solely on inspiration from you. Thank you.

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  73. Pick me, pick me! The Superman would make a perfect Christmas gift for my hubby. I love the art you feature. I've already found a couple gift ideas from here for several people.

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  74. Oh, oh, oh, please, please let this be the month I win! Soooooo much fun new stuff, thanks for posting and sharing! I have no artistic ability myself, so these posts just make me sigh in delight.

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  75. You have some great stuff here! I'm particularly loving the the Erica Taguchi-Newton pieces on the give-away board. :)

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  76. Oh my goodness, such amazing art!

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  77. Where do you find all these pieces? They're so fun!

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  78. SQUEEEEE! Love the Doctor Chew. It would hold a place of honor in my office at work. I love the artists and their artwork that you feature here. Crossing my fingers :-)

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  79. I don't know how you can decide what to keep and what to share, they're all so awesome.

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  80. If I ever have babies (or any of my geeky friends do), I am definitely buying some of those kids' books. They are freaking adorable!
    As always, you always find the coolest stuff :)

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  81. I love, love, love the Merida print even though I still haven't seen Brave. But the curly haired ginger who is into archery is so me.

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  82. So much pretty art! I think my niece needs a few of those books!

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  83. ooh ooh ooh pick me for the doctor chew picture!!

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  84. I love the art roundup posts, and generally end up buying at least one piece every time you do these posts! Thank you!

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  85. Hooray for local artists. Hooray for you for putting their work out on the Internet. :)

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  86. You find the coolest things.

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  87. Pick me! Someone I will win something. We have a new house we need to ad art to the walls.

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  88. The Charles Thurston books remind me of the Little Mrs/Mr books I was obsessed with as a kid only these are way cuter! Mash-ups are always literally the best of both worlds. :)

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  89. I'm totally taken by the minimalist art that is getting popular these days! That Hulk print is so fantastic.

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  90. Why are there no adorable rockets in real life? NASA should get right on that.

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  91. I would love so much to win the Elizabeth artwork! I love Elizabeth and songbird, and I find her very inspiring, I wish that I could control realities, but alas, I must settle for doing it in my stories.

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  92. Woohoo, new art!

    Love Charles' booklets! Snap, now I wish I knew more English speaking children to give these to…

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  93. Ooo, I love the girl with the jack o' lantern! It's filled with so many potential stories.

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  94. I love all of it! Thank you for sharing - there are a lot of great Christmas gift ideas here.

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  95. I always look forward to your art round-ups. thanks for sharing all the pretties!!!

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  96. Wow! So much great art! I'm going to have to find a local-ish Con to visit.

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  97. All I can say is that I hope this is my month! That Dr. Chew is the best. And my husband would love the Nightmare Before Christmas one.

    Thank you for sharing all your finds. Last month I went out and bought 5 prints from one of your featured artists.

    JennB

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  98. All of these are amazing! And my lil geek-let needs some art for his bedroom... :) Thanks Jen, for showcasing all of this awesome work!

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  99. Pleeeeeease pick me! Please? Please? (this technique doesn't work for my 9 and 10 yr old kids, but I thought I'd try it anyway). Please!!!!???

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  100. Really want to win. I'd love to have some geektastic art for my apartment.

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  101. You are the awesomest blogger I "know"!

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  102. I want so much of this!!

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  103. That Brave poster is brillant!!

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  104. Squee I want to win so bad, i wanted the little labrinth guy but he is gone so i am not meant to have him, now i shall move on to the other awesome things and just droool for a while LOL. I love art round up so much cool stuff!!!!

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  105. Thanks for showcasing the lesser known artists! And giving them proper credit (not like Martha!). WOuld LOVE one of your giveaways....

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  106. I love all the new stuff, but I am still drooling over those cutie-pie Joker & Harley / Batman & Batgirl pics! I may just cave and try to create my own copies while staring at my computer screen one of these days! My Basement rec-room is being done up in a cartoon theme with pop art and comic references throughout and those posters would play into the theme so wonderfully!

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  107. SO much amazing art here! Thank you for sharing these artists.

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  108. Oh my gosh! I totally love all of these! I really wish these artists had them available online; I would buy several of them right now!

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  109. I will definitely have to check out those storybooks! So cute and original!!

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  110. The hulk one looks so awesome! I think the wrinkles add character.

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  111. I love the Brave image, and the Nightmare before Christmas one.. and, oh, lets face it - all of them
    I would be so excited to win one of your give-aways!

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  112. Fingers crossed! Love the Nathan Szerdy prints and would be honored to hang either one on my wall.

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  113. Would love, love, LOVE the Brave one! Even as Disney attempts to ruin a good thing they started with slimming her waist and accentuating her, ummm, assets - she is still one of our favorite princesses.

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  114. I LOVE that Nightmare Before Christmas one! And I can't wait to show my 9year old daughter, who claims she's going to grow up and marry Jack Skellington...I think he'd be a cool son-in-law! :)

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  115. Beautiful art, as always. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  116. Oh. My. Word. WHO-bacca is absolutely squish worthy! NEED.

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  117. Pick me! I would love some pretties!

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  118. Wow, what a great collection of art! Definitely putting my name in for this one :)

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  119. I love that Bioshock Infinite piece. Gorgeous.

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  120. I love the Nightmare Before Christmas piece and do not live in Florida. So yes, Nathan Szerdy needs a website for his art!

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  121. I love that Gorey-esque piece by Nathan Szerdy.
    So much pretty in this post!

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  122. Nathan Szerdy is AMAZING!!!! I would love to grace my walls with his beautiful art!

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  123. I really love all these pieces! They're amazing!

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  124. These are amazing. I love the tiny geekling books! And WHOBacca is the most awesome thing I've seen in a long time.

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  125. Me, me, me! Love me some WhoBacca.

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  126. You always introduce me to such fabulous artists. Thank you! Cupcake Cthulhu FOR THE WIN! You rock Jen.

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  127. Your art posts are so bad for my wallet. And a couple friends with incoming kids are definitely going to have to have some of those books.

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  128. Oh, I'd love the Nightmare Before Christmas one! My boyfriend is a big fan of Tim Burton, and he loves posters, so that would be a perfect Christmas gift (in addition to a slew of other geekery)!

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  129. Ack! That Nightmare Before Christmas piece is awesome. My daughter and I are HUGE Tim Burton fans, and I have not yet found an awesome gift for her recent birthday. That would be a great surprise to hand to her.

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  130. Oh god, I can't even express how much I want to win this month! I literally gasped and started crying when I saw the Nightmare Before Christmas and realized I couldn't just go and buy it myself.

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  131. I can't believe Katie Cook's little robot is still on your board--pick me! Pick me!

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  132. You find the most excellent art! I love the Doctor Who/Chewbacca print!

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  133. Shelley in So. IllinoisNovember 14, 2013 at 10:45 AM

    Who-bacca is pretty sweet! Sign me up for the give away again!

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  134. So many great things. How could you choose?!

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  136. Hey Jen! Sign me up!!!! :]

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  137. Whoops- signed in with the wrong account! I can't decide whether Katie Cook's robot of the Chewie/C3PO is more adorable..

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  138. Everything is adorable, and therefore, I will break my vow of lurking, a vow which will probably remain unbroken until next month.

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  139. I know it's been a few weeks but I'm still so excited to see you're back on Epbot. You were missed while you were gone - your postings are a great way for me to start my day on a positive note!

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  140. This is a very very tough decision. I guess... I GUESS Doctor Chew/ WHObacca will be my selection. O roving finger of fate, point your capricious and overly-long fingernail upon me, your luckless servant!

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  141. Wow, it's all so freaking adorable! I though I was sold on that Nightmare poster, but Merida... So gorgeous. She will always be my favourite princess. :D Fingers crossed that I get the chance to put some adorableness on my wall!!!! :D Thanks for the chance, Jen!

    I can't seem to get it to post with my LJ account, but I'm Sarayana. -- If I'm wrong, sorry for double posting.

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  142. Those books, I want to raise my children on them!

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  143. These are all so amazing! I wish I was this artistic! I am in love with Whobaca and the Merida print. Oh please please pick me!!

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  144. These are all absolutely gorgeous! I don't know how I would decide between them but I'd sure like to have the chance ;)
    Seeing these posts makes me incredibly jealous of all your con-going as I've never been before. Hopefully next year, and hopefully our relatively new convention will have some awesome artists as well!

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  145. That Doctor Chew/ WHObacca is fricking adorables! Thank you so much for sharing the geeklet books though! Everyone I know seems to be having spawn or more spawn so it's nice to have something fun, fresh and relatively inexpensive to pick up!

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  146. Those story books are super adorable!

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  148. You always share such amazing art! Thank you :)

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  149. I want all of those booklets! For...uh...the kids...yes...

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  150. I always hope to get some of your awesome extra art.
    Also I so need those books, a set for me, a set for my brother, a set for some of my friends, amazing finds.

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  151. Oh Jen. You're so generous! Jenerous?

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  152. Too hard to choose (LOVE rocket to the moon) ... but ... my daughter, Elizabeth, steampunk fan ... would adore the first one! Still trying to download pics of her at Steamcon in WA last month to send you!
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  153. I don't know where I'd put the Cupcake Cthulu one in my house, but these are all great. lol
    You really have a good eye for this stuff! I'll definitely add these artists to my "artsy-surfing" entertainment. Don't know about you, but I totally have days where my surfing-for-info just turns into wandering around looking at art. The joys of the internet! ;)

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  154. OMG, that man of steel peice in Incredible! Want.

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  155. Want want, double and triple want!!! You have the best taste in artwork!

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  156. <3

    I have got to start building up an art collection. There are so many amazing things out there! You're the coolest nerd I know.

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  157. So much amazing art! I'm so jealous of it all! I especially love the whobacca

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  158. You are so freakin' awesome, Jen. Just sayin'

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  159. Always have to give the give-aways a try! All your choices in art are amazing, Jen!

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  160. Yay! Art giveaway time. I mostly like this because I get to see so much cool art I wouldn't have come across in any other way

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  161. This art roundup is awesome! I MUST buy that NASA rocket pic.

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  162. So much wonderful art!
    Put my name in - I hope I win something ;)
    ~erin kristine

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  163. Still crushing on the iocaine poster and man of steel and disney characters.

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  164. I love all the art - I just wish I weren't in the middle of a move. It would make it sooooo much easier to pick something if I knew what my new house looked like. However, I'd take almost anything!

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  165. Nathan Szerdy, please, please, please, PLEASE do the online store! I neeeeeed that Nightmare Before Christmas print. Need it, I say!!!!!

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  166. Awesome!
    pinkrose6785@hotmail.com

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  167. Just noticed the Wampa Tea Time and it must be mine. Fingers crossed!

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  168. Those adorable little geek books are amazing! I'll definitely be watching his store for when he posts some more!

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  169. Those books are adorable. I'll have to get them for my son.

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  170. I'm in LOVE with the Sully and Mike one- I have a Monsters Inc lithograph in my son's room and this would be a great addition! 2nd choice is the Wonder woman in her airplane, I like that one for myself! :)
    Nicole S.

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  171. Echo's art is stunning. That first one? I won't be able to stop thinking of it for days! I love her style and aesthetic. Just gorgeous. I need her!

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  172. Oh, Jen! You are the worst for my pocketbook! I want ALL of those booklets. For myself.

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  173. I love your art roundups. I bought the kitty with the balloons from the last one and I love looking at it every day!

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  174. I love Whobacca! So cute!

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  175. Please, please, please...I NEED the "don't make me angry, you wouldn't like me when I'm angry" one. I need to hang it in my room above the bed where my husband can see it everyday of his life...for his own good, you understand! And maybe one to put in his car, and a wallet sized one for his, well, wallet...

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  176. I LOVE, like big ole heart hug, the Man of Steel poster. Just amazing.

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