I’ve mentioned this in my last couple of posts, but I’m going to go ahead and dedicate a whole text post to it (ooooh!) My friend Katie Cowden and I will be at the Pump Project this weekend to participate in the open studio tour EAST! What is an open studio tour, you ask? It’s exactly what it sounds like. Artists open their studios to the public so people can come see where they work, what they’ve been producing, and maybe even buy some things! I will have prints, hand printed cards, watercolors, and lasercut jewelry and keychains. Come visit us in Studio G at the Pump Project!
Guys, the meat keychains look fabulous. I have one on my keychain right now and I feel like a true homo sapiens toting around this little reminder of why we all have such big brains. The meat key chains are wooden, stained with a red acrylic wash, and frighteningly realistic. Come out to EAST and get yours! Thanks to Killer Queen Designs for cutting these!
I’m busy this week getting ready for E.A.S.T. so over the next couple of days I’ll be posting about what I’m working on. This is something I’m particularly excited about: Tiny owls stamps! I made these during my freshman year of college when I was still an art major and found them again the other day.
Here’s the deal with these tiny owl prints. They will be available to you at E.A.S.T for donation only. All donations will go directly to the Philippines Red Cross, and I will put the donation receipt up on this page so you all don’t think I’m lying and milking you for money.
The owls are all stamped in little owl families to remember all the families separated during the typhoon.
I think steak is underrated. Bacon gets all the attention nowadays, but let’s be honest. How much of your brute, neanderthal hunger can a puny strip of fried pork satisfy? Not much. Very soon in the future, you will be able to proudly display your barbaric tendencies with a steak keychain! Heathens unite!
I’ve been working on this image for awhile. Initially it was supposed to be for a bug-themed art show, but I never got around to finishing it, so it’s been sitting on my desk for about a month while I slowly fill in the color. To be honest though, I really just wanted to paint a beetle with a tea tray.