Saturday, October 10, 2009

Not Dead

I've been lacking on the posting, but still get a huge kick in the ass when I look at all the work being posted. DAMN folks!

So to break my chain of non-postage here is one I just finished for Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. The story was about a guy who gets blackmailed into stealing a painting that is worth beaucoup dough. It prints black and white, which is the reason for the monotone color. I have a few celebrity portraits (an area my portfolio is completely void of) still to come.

Hope all is well with everyone. Ringling folk, lets see some Illest photos!

12 comments:

Jordie Bellaire said...

This is a really really love illustration. Seriously.

Sam Bosma said...

Nice! Good to see you posting new stuff.

I really really want to do a job for AHMM.

Jared Fiorino said...

Andrew this looks great man! Mono print? How'd you get the pattern in there and make it look like a print?

Dustin d'Arnault said...

Yeah Andrew glad to hear from you again. This piece is fantastic!

Tyler said...

yeah homie, this piece turned out great! youre on fire! fire i tells ya

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7dFMbubxr4

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Oliver Dominguez said...

WOW!!! This piece is sick man!! Very well thought out. Love the design element you put around the illustration.

Cheers,

Oliver

Scott Brundage said...

Props, man. This is a great image. I'd be surprised if it didn't win you some award level recognition.

Andrew R. Wright said...

Thanks for all the kind words folks! Much obliged.

Jared, its a linoleum cut and a monotype. I drew the pattern onto the linoleum and cut it out, therefore its part of the print, not digitally placed on. Also, HELLS YEA for the Universal work! Looks badass!

Nicholas said...

Andrew,

Your printmaking skills are incredible, man!

The incorporation of the little pictures in the background are fantastic!

EL Gato Negro said...

oh look at me Im mr Wright I make bad ass art and the the details are so rad that I wanna go in a corner and cry a bit yeah man thx for hurting my feelings on this one. I think i can say that this is a one of my faves.

Dustin d'Arnault said...

Yup this piece is still awesome!

Josh Burch said...

andrew i think you have made me want to get back to my long lost love, linoleum prints