First up, I am over the moon for the punchy retro style of Mr. Scott Burroughs:
And the latest on Scott's art blog:
He does some paintings (like that last one) for art galleries, but I can't find any other way to purchase his work. Boo! I think I speak for all of us when I say, hey, Scott, TAKE OUR MONEY!
A beautiful melancholy piece by Mark Behm:
And another Wild Things, this time by Matt Armstrong:
Ha! Those expressions!
I found those three through the site DrawerGeeks, which is a fun art blog to browse. Hat tip to Katie A. for finding it!
And if you're on Twitter, give @sketch_dailies a follow. They post a new theme every day - usually something nerdy - and then re-tweet all their favorites from artists world-wide. It's like crack for art-lovers, and a great way to find new artists.
For example, one of the themes last week was Sailor Moon, and I fell hard for this piece by Alexandra "Lexxy" Douglass:
"In the Name of the Moon," prints starting at $20
Also digging Lexxy's art nouveau homage to table top gaming:
"Game Nouveau" prints starting at $20
I also found this slightly more realistic - but oh-so-adorable- take on the Winnie the Pooh gang by Claire Gary:
I don't see this one there, but hit that link for Claire's online store. (And fingers crossed she adds this print soon!)
Jessica Cathryn Feinberg has a beautifully soft clockwork style that's perfect for steampunk:
These 8.5X11 prints are less than $12 at her online store.
Really digging her clockwork Wolverine & Iron Man here, too:
And check out Feinberg's new Fawkes!
I can't find this one on her store yet, but she just had 11X14 prints at the Phoenix Comic-Con, so I bet it'll be available soon. (And since John is the biggest Potter fan I know, I may need to grab one for his man cave.)
Jeremiah Ketner of Small And Round debuted this Maleficent at Disneyland a few weeks ago:
Along with this Snow White & Rapunzel:
Like everything at Wonderground Gallery, you can only purchase prints there in-person or through a rather tedious round of phone calls - but if you DO get through, they'll ship the prints relatively cheaply.
And finally, an 80s-licious dose of cuteness from the king of cute himself, Jerrod Maruyama:
This will be debuting at a show in LA next month, where you can buy prints. No word yet on whether the prints will be available online, but here's hoping!
The give-away has ended, and the winner is Shai of Ginger Maiden Musings! Congrats, Shai, and please e-mail me your mailing address & choice of prize!