Posts Tagged ‘art. for sale’

BRUTE! show opens at Napa

Monday, June 7th, 2010

The BRUTE! show continues its relentless push across the city of Prague as it moves into its newest home in the heart of the historical Mala Strana district.

Covering three rooms of the gallery, the exhibition includes several large canvas digital prints, custom BRUTE! skate decks and T-shirts and will continue for until July 4th 2010.

Come on down to the Napa Bar and Gallery, Prokopská 8, Prague, Czech Republic, 118 00 Praha. It’s open from 19:00 – 03:00 every day or phone  +420 774 530 689) for private consultations.

Giant FIST stickers roll off the press

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Courtesy of  Twisted Sticker in Toronto, BRUTE! are proud to unleash our latest monster onto the marketplace.

At a pugilistic 52 inches across, this empowering emblem will stun the neighbours into oblivion when they see it emblazoned across your SUV or dirtbike.

Made from weather-resistant vinyl and delivered in custom BRUTE! packing tubes, the FIST sticker is going to smack the living daylights out of your, er… day.

Please check the products shop for details on how to order.

BRUTE Republik stickers now on sale!

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

Due to considerable interest following the BRUTE! Republik opening in Prague last week, BRUTE! Propaganda are pleased to offer stickers from the show. Printed on glossy, self-adhesive vinyl by Twisted Sticker and measuring 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ these limited edition stickers are all-weather durable for 5 years and come in packs of 12.

To order please go to our Products page.

MESSIAH – game concept art

Friday, March 12th, 2010

Back when I was working as an art director and writer for Zombie Games in Seattle, I came up with a, for then, revolutionary game concept called Messiah.

To play, you set out as a child and worked your way through eight quests, each one leading you further onward to eventually become a wise elder who unites and frees the enslaved populace.

As there were no weapons involved, the player had to use their wits, charm, stealth and cunning to get to the top. Unfortunately, it was such a revolutionary concept in 1998 that it was unable to be made into a game.

Maybe next time…In those days, my usual way of presenting an idea was in the style of a graphic novel which normally took me between a week and ten days to flesh out. The above illustration was hand-drawn in ink on A3 paper and represents a few of the levels contained in the game which would later be expanded on by the level designers.

I presented this concept to GT Interactive and Zombie shortly before I left the company to go freelance.

This original artwork is available for purchase. Offers to:

Disc Detective – Warner Music catalogue

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Back in the early 90s, I was commissioned to illustrate Warner Music’s catalogue. I was pretty much burned out doing these film noir gumshoes so I hesitated at first but eventually capitulated when writer Ian Dewhirst added more characters.

Despite some negative reactions from the suits at Warner’s, it went on to win a D&AD advertising award for Best Corporate Campaign.

BIG RED – Women’s Day

Monday, March 8th, 2010

To celebrate International Women’s Day, I wanted to choose an iconic female that would speak volumes about the women in my life and their best qualities: their concern and resolve, their nobility and beauty.

PS. I used the lovely Tina Louise (Ginger in Gilligan’s Island) as the basis for BIG RED.

The image is available form the Products shop as either a canvas or art stock paper print.


Friday, June 19th, 2009

Short mini-documentary on the BRUTE! Popaganda show in Prague this month. Film maker Rory Wilmer and I spent the day walking and drinking along the river Vltava and discussing my work. Also contains scenes from the opening of the show at Mad Bar which features a short speech by yours truly on Popaganda reproduction.

Old Porno cartoons

Sunday, April 19th, 2009

One of the best ways for an artist to keep in the zone between art engagements is to draw porn. It keeps the hand fluid by creating curves and the eye alive by constantly evaluating shadows and light sources.

Plus, its fun!

Thanks to Deborah Ferraz for this valuable addition to my blog

Mad Bar

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009

This A3 (16”x11”) ink original is now for sale. Originally designed as a wall mural for a bar that went bankrupt, I am selling the conceptual artwork for 350 euros (plus postage/packing).
If you are interested in purchasing this intense piece, let me know via or in the comments section below.