(or you can buy them individually for $20 each)
Will we ever get tired of adorable Star Wars art? NO WE WILL NOT.
But I've gotta follow it up with some adorable 'Trek art. Sorry. Got to.
Set of 4 original Star Trek mini paintings, $76 by Tim Art Mclaughlin
Tim's individual character paintings are just under $26 each, and you're going to have a hard time picking a favorite, between all the superheroes, princesses, and pop culture icons. (I want half his store, easy.)
go see the rest!
Next up, when dapper pigs fly:
Steampunk Flying Pig 8X10 print, $10 from the Satrun Twins
(These are the makers of that awesome "We Are All Wonderwomen" print I featured ages ago.)
They also have a version in pink:
David Lizanetz, aka Sour Apple Gallery, paints over real comic book pages, and the results are gorgeous:
Wonder Woman, signed & numbered 11X14 print, $19.99
Lots more at his shop, so go see!
Our local comic shop had an art show this month, and of course I couldn't leave empty handed. John and I snagged the original of this Captain America by Brian Demeter:
It's actually woodburned & then painted - my crappy photo doesn't do it justice.
I also bought this 8X10 print for the give-away board:
Oh! And then over on Brian's website I found these fabulous wooden ties:
They flex at the V joints, so they must have a fabric lining on the back. SO COOL. No word on pricing, but you can see the rest here!
Christopher Uminga recently did a series of re-imagined Star Wars characters, and it is SUPER fun:
Check out blue Chewbacca!
Definitely feeling a little Sully from Monsters, Inc vibe here - and I love it.
Head over to Uminga's online store to see the rest - both originals and prints - starting at just $20.
I love getting to share art I love here, but one unexpected benefit is getting to know some of the artists themselves - many of whom are just ridiculously nice. Check out the ACEO Bianca Roman-Stumpff made me after I featured her fabulous Puff Monsters:
And here's another ACEO from last month's Craig Michael Scott:
Craig even made this available as a print, with my blessing. You can get one here!
On top of sweetness like that, I also keep getting free prints. Granted, it's all for you guys, since I put nearly all of it up on the give-away board, but I'm still pretty chuffed that Epbot is making enough of a difference that artists want to give back. HAPPY FEELZ ALL 'ROUND, YOU GUYS.
So. Give-away board additions!
Hello Pony, signed 11X17 print by Charles Thurston
(Charlie finally has some of his kids' booklets, like If You Give a Hobbit a Ring & Whobacca available in his Etsy store. GO GET 'EM.)
I purchased two prints by Nathan Szerdy for the board a while ago, but now he's given me three more!
(Currently doing a happy dance, because I managed to buy the original of this from Nathan last month. I won't get to pick it up 'til MegaCon, though, so I'm counting down the days.)
Check the board for Nathan's other prints - I can't believe no one's grabbed his Merida yet.
And finally, though I hate to end on a sad note...
See you on the other side, Dr. Spengler.
Art by Timonthy Lim. No sign of a print yet, but I wouldn't be surprised if one was available soon.
Ok, I *think* that's everything, but to be honest, I feel like I'm drowning in art over here. Heh. So let's play catch-up, shall we? This month, I'll be picking three winners to select their choice of art from my Pinterest give-away board. Gotta whittle this stash down a bit!
Congrats, winners, and please e-mail me your choice of art from my Pinterest give-away board (along with a 2nd choice, just in case) and your mailing address!