Thursday, July 31, 2008

Mixed Media Mongolian

Front

Back

They aren't drawings, more sewing actually. These pieces have paper from Argentina, Japan, and Mongolia (the postage stamps) and also feature rubber stamp marks based on West African designs. They are two separate cards encased in clear contact paper that has been sewn together with red thread and fashioned so the piece can sit up like an icon. Color versions below. I prefer the black and white but the color versions show the rubber stamps.

I would like to draw the black and white versions and I think they would make cool wallpaper.

Front

Back

Monday, July 28, 2008

ChrisT Unfinished



This is what Chris will look like if he eats two snickers bars after every meal and takes a cab to the subway. I'll finish it one day.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Drawing of Sewn Card


This is a drawing of a scan of a card that I sewed scraps onto.

Friday, July 25, 2008

Flower Postcards




I sewed some flowers from an old scarf onto some water color postcard paper. Then I drew it. Here it is scanned in color and black and white.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Mennonite Overalls - Final

Mennonite Overalls



This is a Mennonite farmer who is holding the reigns to his beast of burden. The drawing was based on another gorgeous photograph featured in Félix Curto's solo show at La Fábrica Galerí in Madrid. Check out the original image at We Make Money Not Art.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Daily Art









I didn't draw today, I sewed. I sewed scraps from an old scarf onto cards and then scanned them. I may draw one tonight and post later. I may not.

Friday, July 18, 2008

Isa the Iguana



Isa is a she.

BRUISER out of Greenock



BRUISER the tug helping out CHRISTOS as she maneuvers in the river Clyde. BRUISER works out of Greenock. You can see the original image here, on the blog of Barry Watson who chronicles the river traffic of the upper Clydeside.

Bruiser - Unfinished



Who can resist a tug boat named "Bruiser"?

I don't have high hopes for this one coming out well but I will finish it and post the final tomorrow.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Agdash Final



This is another drawing based on a photograph taken by Barry Watson whose blog Upper Clyde Shipping is a must for boatspotters. The next boat drawing will likely be WARRIOR III, one of the tugs that operates in the upper Clydeside.

Monday, July 14, 2008

Agdash out of Valletta - Unfinished



From the Clyde river in Scotland. I'll up load the completed image when finished.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Stuffed Mice



Rodent Taxidermy doesn't get much better than this. Mousy heads, tails, and everything in between mounted on cherry, walnut, and peeling plywood.

At the Web site that published these images they make money not art, but I try to do both.

Heart of Gold - Mennonite Farmer



This is a Mennonite farmer dude who I accidentally aged about 30 years. The drawing was based on a gorgeous photograph featured in Félix Curto's solo show at La Fábrica Galerí in Madrid. Check out the original image at We Make Money Not Art.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Mustang Driver's Seat - Unfinished



Horsehide and Chrome.
This Mustang interior featured cowhide seats but there was so little of that visible in the photo that I focused on the dials and dashboard. Who doesn't love a high performance automobile?

I found the photo from which I based this drawing on a South African auto blog. The Mustang is popular all over the world as an Iconic American Muscle Car.

Vroom, vroom!

Foot

They can't all be winners.





A gimpy foot is a drag.