here’s my brand new cover art for the expanded edition LP reissue of the misfits‘ “project 1950″!
originally released in 2003, project 1950 is a special undertaking that showcases punk covers of 1950′s era rock ‘n’ roll classics done in the misfits‘ trademark style.
in addition to the standard version on fluorescent yellow vinyl, there’s also an online exclusive variant with fluorescent yellow/green splatter vinyl, which you can preorder here.
illustrating the cadre of fiends, aliens and creatures was a blast and there’s no better day to show it off than halloween!
i’m superproud to be a part of project pop art, a new series of sony steelbook edition blu-rays curated by gallery 1988.
there are sixteen releases in all, each done by a member of the gallery’s stable of artists, each with a great, fresh take on their assigned film.
you can check out a gallery of all of the covers on ew.com and preorder the blu-rays exclusively through best buy.
produced through galerie f in association with chicago’s historic logan theater, here’s my new print for “the shining”.
i’ve done a few shining-inspired pieces in the past and my intent with this one was to avoid all of the “usual suspects”, i.e. maze, twins, ax, typewriter, etc.
this time, i opted to show a quiet exterior shot of the overlook hotel with an ominous snow just starting to fall. as your eye draws down from the main image to the type, rows of bodies buried below the surface of the mountain become visible, hinting at the terror housed in the hotel. i rendered everything in geometric angles, reminiscent of the indian motifs that are scattered throughout the hotel.
the poster will be released through the galerie f website at a random time on monday, october 27.
> print info
size: 18″ x 24″
medium: 4-color screenprint
stock: bright white 100C
edition: limited, 75
here’s a look at my “gotham by gaslight” print for mondo‘s “batman 75” gallery event.
i’ve long been a fan of DC’s “elseworlds” stories wherein classic characters and situations are slightly tweaked and twisted outside of continuity to produce interesting results. In the case of “gotham by gaslight” (the progenitor of the elseworlds concept), the question “what if batman existed in 1889?” is answered. A brilliantly reserved tale of a victorian gotham comes to life through the writing of brian augustyn and the graphic artwork of one of my favorite illustrators, mike mignola. when asked to be a part mondo’s batman gallery show, i couldn’t pass up the chance to pay homage to one of my all-time favorite dark knight stories.
> “batman 75” show info
opening: friday, october 24
location: mondo gallery
address: 4115 Guadalupe St Austin, TX 78751
for the east coast folks who missed the opening reception of my new solo show, “bust’d”, here’s one for you: a NYCC exclusive bust’d of one of the all-time new york cult classics.
these prints will be released exclusively at NYCC booth 116 (in “the block”) beginning thursday at noon.
full show and print info follow.
> NYCC info
address: javits center, new york, NY
location: booth 116 in “the block”
• thurs oct 9: 12PM–7PM
• fri oct 10 : 10AM–7PM
• sat oct 11 : 10AM–7PM
• sun oct 12 : 10AM–5PM
> print info
size: 8″ x 8″
medium: 5-color screenprint
stock: cougar natural 100C
edition: limited, 75