May your holidays be merry & bright!
23 December 2011
|A vintage illustration from my collection.|
My good friend Ellen and her husband Matt decided to start a rad blog called Fanartica where a bunch of illustrators get together and pay homage to their favorite bits of pop culture. You can read a great interview of Ellen and Matt here.
Ellen informed me that they were doing a Sherlock Holmes theme, and knowing my deep love of the great detective, she made me promise on my honor to do a guest post.
I first fell in love with Sherlock Holmes after reading The Hound of the Baskervilles one summer when I was a kid. Since then, I've read every story forwards and backwards. I love that London, the city itself, is as much of a character as Watson or Mrs. Hudson or Lestrade.
Check out my guest post here!
18 December 2011
Keith Richards' hands by Francesco Carrozzini
Happy Birthday to Keith Richards...
As he says at every concert, "It's good to be here, it's good to be anywhere." So play some Rolling Stones today and toast the man who will probably outlive us all.
14 December 2011
This piece is different every time I install it, and I really enjoy that process. I start with one page and the narrative makes itself. It was great to be able to install it on a larger wall space than I have in my studio (even though it was only temporary!)
01 December 2011
I'm excited to have two series of work (both framed and unframed) in the upcoming art sale at the Museum School. This annual sale features celebrated alumni, current undergrad and grad students, faculty, and affiliated artists of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Proceeds benefit the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Scholarship Fund.
You can visit smfa.edu/artsale for more information!
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