Now, back to work penciling possible album cover designs.
Hooray, hooray! Oh, frabjous day, I have a working phone once again, so I will be posting MUCH more frequently.
This is the first in my lady pirate series. I like the idea of imaginary histories, and have wanted to paint an alternative to the actual colonial past. I’m also super obsessed with 18th and early 19th century science and watercolors.
I have exactly two of my Coney Island prints left - once they’re gone, they’re gone forever!
I made one of these little unicorn cameos for a friend. Should I start selling them in my Etsy store? Hm.
I’ll Say She Is is going to be very pretty.
I wanna be Joseph Urban.
I (finally) have a new print up at Society 6! I’m particularly entranced with the onesies (every baby should have a punk rock girl onesie!) and tote bags.
via Society 6
What better says July 4th than two lovely Octomaids?
via Society 6
Happy Pride Day, everyone!
The proceeds of this print are being donated to the Ali Forney Center in NYC.
I’ve been adding tons of small originals to my Etsy store - this Red Riding Hood with her docile (but not tame) wolf is the newest.
Just added to my Etsy store - this graceful, extra-legged ballerina.
This is something I’m working on and I’m trying to decide what to do with it. Color or not to color? Digital? Watercolor? Hm.
Inspired by the chorus girls who performed in the legendary musical review, Shuffle Along which premiered on Broadway in 1921 with songs by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake. The show made instant stars of Florence Mills and a teenage Josephine Baker.
Free shipping at Society 6 through the weekend!
Vive le revolution! Bastille Day is only a few weeks away.
(I promise I’ll be posting new designs soon - between commissions/projects/being sick I’ve been delinquent in terms of adding new things)