FrightFest have today released the long awaited prints of the DONNIE DARKO artwork I had the privilege of creating. This project was awesome to work on. Here’s the print details -
“ FrightFest originals is delighted to bring you our first poster in association with Death Waltz Records, Tom Frenchs’ DONNIE DARKO. Originally featured on the cover of the original score by Michael Andrews released in August 2012, you can now get this superb oil & charcoal painting as a high quality Giclée print. 18″ x 24″- portrait - Hahnemuhle Photorag 308gsm paper. – £45 – numbered – 100 only.”
Every now and then a project comes along which really gets you hyped, offering complete creative freedom and the opportunity to encompass within it a good level of personal significance. This was definitely one of those projects.
I’ll be showing a few paintings from my Duality series at SCOPE Art Fair this month. The works will be on display at SCOPE Art Fair in Miami from December 3 – 8, with C.A.V.E. Gallery, booth J 17.
Dualism 1, Oil on canvas, 76x102cm
Study 3, Oil on canvas, 30x40cm
Get a sneak peek at the October Issue where you can check out our guide to LA’s Coolest Art Walks and more! - http://ow.ly/pmeif
Cheers to Upstart Magazine for this tidy feature – ‘Paint it black and white’
Here’s a few shots from the studio during preparation for ‘Duality’ – paintings, studies, progress & process….
More images after the jump - Continue reading
Did I mention that the ‘Duality’ exhibition opens this evening?
Heres a few more little tasters of how the paintings shaped up -
There’ll be a selection of hand pulled screen prints available, these individually finished ‘Dualism’ editions (shown below) have come out even stronger than anticipated. You can find one of these up for grabs over on my facebook page here.
And to top it all off, these limited packs of postcard sized prints will be given away with all items from this series, until they’re all gone -
Here’s a sneak peek at one of the works for my upcoming ‘Duality’ exhibition, opening August 31st, with C.A.V.E Gallery
For those interested, follow the link below to read more on some of the concepts involved within this series - Continue reading