On my list of artists that inspire me the most, Saul Bass sits at the number one spot (well ok, tied with about 20 other artists). His most popular pieces were movie posters, simple, great colors and inspiring! He did posters and movie titles for some of the greats from Hitchcock to Kubrick to Scorsese. One of his last known movie pieces was a rejected poster for Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List.
I grew up with these guys, my dad made sure of it. It’s like the ultimate 60’s folk trio music, and these guys were hands down the best at it. Merry Christmas!!
These guys, I mean...I’m pretty sure they’re perfect. Try em out in the backround while you work or going for a short drive, it’s soothing in such a cool Shawshank Redemption kinda way.
If you haven’t joined the Over the Garden Wall parade then join you must! It’s the perfect recipe...amazing music, character design, watercolor backgrounds, a great cast of voices and the story is classic! Give it a try if you haven’t heard this yet, if you have, enjoy it again and again:)
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m a digital boy through and through, I love what technology has introduced to artists in the last few years. I spend more time with a mouse in my hand than I do an actual pencil or pen...and I’m kinda ok with that. Layers, the undo button, all the colors in the world at my fingertips, I love the low barrier of entry. I can just grab my iPad Pro and start drawing. It’s pretty wonderful. This here tho, is a rare occasion when I grabbed some markers and colored with the kids. Although stressed that I couldn’t undo or even erase, I had a true cowboy-roughin-it-in-the-wild feeling as i colored this fella in.
Welcome! I will start posting regularly here, things that inspire me, things I’m doing or listening to or watching....just whatever.