The painting looks awesome, but wait until you see how large it is. That’s the even more amazing thing. Check out more of Robert Burden’s work at his site. It’s amazing looking stuff that any geek from the 80’s and 90’s will enjoy.
Gallery 1988 has another great show going on this month. This time the nostalgic subject is toys. Tons of wonder images over at toys1988.blogspot.com for you to check out.
All of the artwork is great. The custom Hot Wheels are especially cool. What a great idea, to paint/customize such a small item. For some reason, I find Desiree Fessler’s “My Little Stallion” especially hilarious. Definitely worth checking out (or even purchasing) if you’re in the Los Angeles area between April 1 and April 25.
Be sure to check out the G1988 blog to see the photos of the actual gallery. The pieces of Hot Wheels track on the wall are insanely cool looking and really add to the feel of the show. Add this to the list of cool shows (Stan Lee, 8-Bit, etc) that Gallery 1988 has done.
It’s plain to see that this is a drawing of Spider-Man. If the red and blue doesn’t give it away, the webs coming from his hands should. Awesome!
He’s made such an improvement in coloring and drawing in just a few weeks. Suddenly he’s attempting to draw faces and characters and coloring almost completely inside the lines. We try to color or draw at least a few times a week.
Artist Johnny Ryan will have a horror themed series of artwork on display at Secret Headquarters in L.A. through January 7th, 2008. Anyone in the area that’s a fan of horror should check it out. The painting are for sale and every single piece looks cool.