Ferris Bueller’s Day Off was my favorite movie in middle and high school. I remember seeing it at the Point 4 with my dad and ever since I wanted to be like Ferris (who didn’t?) even though I was more of a Cameron. There are so many classic lines to the movie that I can’t pick just one. What’s your favorite? Bonus points if you can name the artists who’s paintings are on the wall.
I need to make more John Hughes fan art.
Been working on this idea of Lana Del Rey as a mermaid for some time now. Most of her music reminds me of warm summer days & nights. I think I’m finished, but might go back and add even more little details from some of her songs.
I’ve wanted to do a Seinfeld caricature for years now, since college, but I was too lazy about it. I knew that if I was to do it right it would have to have a detailed background of Jerry’s apartment. So I’m glad I finally got around to it!
Seinfeld was in its early years when I was in art school and it’s pretty much the best sitcom ever. I remember looking forward to watching it with my dad every Thursday. My wife and I have been watching it again on Hulu and it feels even more relevant now that I am older.
Hope you enjoy some of the references from the whole series! I’ll post some details of the whole thing later… yada yada yada.
Everyday’s a good day when you paint! I think it was appropriate to come out of my oil painting hiatus with a caricature of Bob Ross. I followed along one of paintings and it is harder than it looks, he was so good at what he did. His positive & easygoing teaching style is an inspiration and the world is a happier little place because of it.
Can’t Buy Me Love was one of my fav movies as a teen. Illo for Philadelphia Weekly.
Happy Birthday! Please come play MEGA Pictionary with us at McArt next Thurs?! 7pm.
Happy Birthday, Adam Sandler! This is a part of a bigger illustration I did for a friend’s birthday.