My Super Mario collage was feeling lonely, especially since I sold Bowser, so I gave him a brother. Here is Luigi, 24×24″ made of a bunch of random comic books, Wizard magazine, and some other random papery things, like a box of Goobers from the movie theatre from November when I took the family to […]Read More I’ma Luigi, Numbah One!
I’ve been chipping away at this 24×24″ collage for months, maybe since February or so. I used a ton of shitty, old comics that would otherwise serve no purpose in this world. Comics like Wild Thing from Marvel UK, and Clive Barker’s Hyperkind, from Marvel’s Razorline imprint. Basically, a lot of forgettable early 90s comics. There’s […]Read More Super Mario
I’ma Luigi! Numba one! This guy would fit in ANYWHERE in Essex, Bergen or Passaic counties.Here’s his brother, Mario, created in Week 1, who was the badass of the day for either #5, 6 or 7, the three days I didn’t post here. (I did have creations for each of those days: Here’s one of […]Read More Badass New Jersey: Day #14
The second of my two Mario portraits for a Hanukah commission. It’s funny; I made three Super Mario Bros pieces, and all of them revolve around food: s’mores, a hoagie, and now this steaming pot of Koopa soupa. That wasn’t a conscious decision, but I guess my innate love/obsession of food comes shining through here.Read More Super Mario Bros in “Koopa Soupa”
One of the two commissioned pieces I needed to get out of the way last week. I was originally asked to paint “two poses of the Mario Bros,” deliverable by Christmas. No problem… I had ample time.Read More The Mario Bros in “Italian Hero”
I shared two of my four Hurricane Sandy Nintendo cartridge watercolors a couple weeks back. Here are the other two – Bubble Bobble and Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt – as well as a new one I painted last week: R.C. Pro-Am. All of these games are absolute classics. There really isn’t much else to say […]Read More Nintendo Watercolors: Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt, RC Pro-Am, Bubble Bobble
This here is a commission, the request being that I paint the Super Mario Bros. I had nothing more to go on than that, and frankly, I didn’t want any. Much like the “beach scene” I was commissioned to paint last year – whoa, that debuted on the site a year ago TO THE DAY! […]Read More Super Mario Bros Campfire (20″ x 16″)