As some folks already know there's a new site. I hope to consolidate everything into a singular site and thusly be easier to maintain and keep current. Blog, store, archives etc. will al be located there eventually. Here it is-
Thank you very much for all the orders. We only have a few copies of Chromaphile left, so when they're gone we'll discontinue the Seven Book Library offer or reconfigure it. I've included a piece of original art with all of the library orders either as a sketch in each book, or a stand alone sketch. It was something that people requested and frankly I should have offered form the beginning. Have great holiday.
Thursday, December 03, 2009
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Friday, November 06, 2009
Got Your Nose
Izzy's Very Important Job
Kings Of The Road
I just got the news that Vernaculis now joins Chromaphile in officially being out of print. Symptomatica is not far behind.
So I figured it was a good time offer these and others up in a special package deal.
RAGNAR: Seven Book Library.
This collection features nearly all books to date.
Including the out-of-print Baby Tattoo printing of Chromaphile and Vernaculis
608 pages of art plus extras.
$160 including shipping to anywhere in the USA.
Shipping only within the U.S. all books come signed. If you'd like any or all personalized please make a note of it in the info field.
Monday, November 02, 2009
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Here are few shots of the studio while preparing for my current phase of work. Much of the focus here is for my upcoming show at Rivet. But since I'm only sending five or six small pieces a lot of this will continue to build towards a larger more comprehensive show in the next few years. I posted many more pictures on my Facebook page as well as some additional Big City stuff. Also I'm on Twitter.
Tuesday, October 06, 2009
We spent another great weekend with friends and fans at this year's Baby Tattooville event. Bob never ceases to surprise or impress. One of the highlights for me was getting a chance to chat with James Gurney. We talked shop and in our too brief conversation touched on color theory, composition, rhythm etc. He's posted some of the drawings he did for attendees on his blog. Go check it out and spend some time looking at all the older posts while you're there.
He and his wife Jeanette are incredibly kind and gracious. So cool.