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Pickle eats and sleeps in America. But Pickle can never know what tomorrow will bring. Excluding, of course, more fortune, glory, and best art. He currently makes comics, flyers, murals, and other art related projects.
Freelance Artist for hire.
I create paintings, murals, comics, and flyers. Inks with digital coloring available for all manners of “things people put images on”.
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To speed along the process, please let us know the subject, color scheme [if any], general size desired [if known], and if your piece if required earlier than the usual 6-8 weeks.
We take payment up front for all projects $200 and under. Once payment is made, there are no returns. Larger pieces, murals, found objects, digital art, flyers, et cetera are priced on a case-by-case basis. Please contact IWANTPICKLEART@gmail.com for more information.
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Saturday Morning Cartoon Horror Art
I am a graphic narrative illustrator and a comic book artist working primarily with fine ink lines. My subject matter revolves around iconographic traditions of Golden Age illustrators such as Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, and my work can be described as being the visual progeny of Harry Clarke’s drawings and Winsor McCay’s Sunday morning cartoon panels.
Formally, I am interested in exploring the relationships between lines. I maintain a uniform and arguably flattening line value throughout my work, but I am concerned with how a line creates depth and space depending on its relationship to other lines. The greater the number of lines, the more compellingly volumetric the space can potentially become.
My visual source of Golden Age Western illustration also informs my subject matter. I am particularly interested in unearthing the contemporary implications of fairy tales. My work explores how fairy tales are re-appropriated and consumed in today’s culture, and how those deeply gendered images affect the visual language we use to convey concepts of purity, depravity, love, sex, and heroism. The images I create feature elegant figures with surreally detailed masses of ink-contour hair cascading about sparingly outlined bodies.
By re-appropriating a visual language of fairy tales from popular books penned and illustrated over a century ago, I highlight the seemingly aged nature of fairy tale themes while concurrently reminding the viewer that we inherit the legacy of the traumas and triumphs of our iconographic past. I aim to ensnare that legacy within the confines of my dark ink contours.
Nikki D. May is an artist and designer from Paducah, Kentucky. She spends her days trying to save the world from bad design and drinking too much coffee. She really just wants to draw pretty pictures.
I’ve started painting again after 20 years as a positive outlet from all the shit in my life, I find it theraputic. Hong Kong is a city of extremes and im going to use it as the influence, I’m hoping this will be a constant. I use acylic ink, 2 colours black and burnt umber .. hopefully as time moves forward i will introduce more colours as i get confident with it and find reason.
i love oil pastel, but i do any medium, havnt gotten the gumption to do oil paint yet but i m sure that i will in time. i draw with pencil, im a lefty so i prefer pen. I work with chalk and oil pastels. gotta love laying on acrylic. mixed media is a favorite. i inspire to do comics, im sure ill get arround to that too ans submit some on here.i do collages as well as take photos, i develope in the dark room and have a great time doing that. i love ceramics but dont have the money to pay for the materials at the moment. im going to school for film so hopefully ill beable to share all my artistry on here.
I am an image maker, focused on mastering my illustrative tool set, to use as a vehicle to communicate my interpretation of popular culture through stimulating and contemporary graphic imagery.
To put it simply, I am an illustrator / cartoonist / collagist that simply loves to draw, eat food, and watch Betty Boop.