Time for my favorite geeky art finds this month!
These "Cutepunk" watercolors by Ben Byrd Artwork really live up to their name:
Plus he also has great fan art selections like these:
And more cuteness like this:
Ben has over 100 prints to choose from, and they all start at just $7. Go see the rest here!
I can't believe these little wood block illustrations of Jack & Sally haven't been snapped up yet:
Here's some more of Hansbury's wood block art:
And there's lots more in his Etsy shop!
With Day of the Dead coming up, it seems only right to show off these sugar skull-inspired Star Wars helmets by CaptainMagnificient:
"Imperial Trio" - which has all 3 on a single print - $30
In fact, nearly his entire shop is filled with Day of the Dead Star Wars characters! I especially like the Droids:
Again, plenty more where that came from, including a little Doctor Who:
Some vibrant superheroes by Lorraine Yee:
Prints start at just $7!
Yee also has a softer, watercolor sketch style I'm loving:
Head over to her Etsy shop to see the rest.
More watercolor goodness, this time by Felicia Cano:
I love Cano's take on Umbridge's office:
And if you like these, be sure to follow Felicia on Facebook; she's been posting a whole Harry Potter series over there for Inktober!
And here's a stellar Day of the Dead postcard she just posted:
The good news is Cano DOES have an Etsy shop here, but it's empty! Maybe if we all ask politely she'll restock?
Speaking of art we can't get, I'm still waiting for Piper Thibodeau to offer prints of her amazing daily (DAILY!!) paints. Her Autumn Dinosaur series this month has been especially delightful:
And my favorite:
You can follow Piper on Twitter to see each day's new piece, or head to Deviant Art to see her full gallery.
Eesh, I'm going full-on cute this month, aren't I? Well, might as well run with it, 'cuz this next series by Steph Lew is actually called "Cuties":
Spock! Is it... DUSTY... inhererightnow?
(That was my terrible written Shatner impression. Sorry/not sorry. :D)
Here's Cap' & Peggy:
And Jasmine with Rajah!
Prints range from $10 to $15. Go see the rest here.
And finally, to cap off the adorable overload, BEHOLD. The art doll Fennec Fox that's made John and I lose our ever-loving minds this month:
I am ded. DED WITH TEH CUTE.
That's by Wood Splitter Lee Cross, who continues to amaze me with her art doll and puppet creations. Seriously, your jaw will be on the keyboard. Go follow her on Facebook, or check out her work on DeviantArt, since odds are none of us will ever afford one of her originals. ;) (They get auctioned off on Ebay, and usually end up in the $1200 range.)
(Fun Fact: The original of that baby Harley is hanging right behind me in my office. :D)
UPDATE: The give-away has ended, and my winners are announced in the next post. Thanks, guys!