Tag: michele witchipoo artwork

Back In Stock – Krampus Holiday Cards!

Last night I was cleaning up a bit. Stumbled upon some forgotten inventory. Apparently I had printed up Krampus cards. After printing, they were stored and forgotten. So if you’re looking for unique holiday greeting cards, get some Krampus cards. They’re $4.00 each for large, $3.00 for small ($4-3 bucks plus $1.00 for S&H). All…

Closing Party – MF Gallery RHPS

The opening party at MF Gallery went so well, there’s going to be a closing party on August 30th. There will a screening of the classic cult film. Cosplay of all your favorite Rocky Horror Picture Show characters is encouraged. Of course there’s the art. It’s a group art show, in tribute to the Rocky…

Rockabilly Boogie – Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week For 7/30/2019

A few weeks back, I caught a free show at Irving Plaza. The headliner was neo-Rockabily singer Robert Gordon. Originally part of the early NYC Punk movement, around the late ’70s he embraced his influences, turning to Rockabilly. Having worked with musicians such as Link Wray and Chris Spedding, his vocals took everyone back to…

Tomorrow – Trans-Cen-Der

Pardon the short notice. If you’re in the NYC area, particularly Bushwick, Brooklyn, then check out the monthly Trans-Cen-Der events at Brooklyn Fire Proof. Artists of all mediums and media show slides of their work. Then give a quick talk. I’m among one of the five artists this round. Admission is free, but seating is…

Arguing With A Wookie – Psycho Bunny Sketch of The Week 5/6/2019

Star Wars probably heard by now. British actor Peter Mayhew, who portrayed the original Chewbacca, passed away. He was just weeks away from his 75th birthday. Besides my rambling Chewbacca post, here’s a tribute to the 7’11 man. Introducing the Psycho Bunny sketch of the week for May 6th, 2019. So far I have two…

The World May 2019

Here’s something loosely based on the Rider-Waite/Pamela Coleman Smith tarot deck. Most tarot decks follow this system, unless one uses the Thoth/Crowley deck, or various oracles, gypsy cards, etc. Drawn in pencil and ink, colored in watercolor. Two types of watercolor was used. Shimmer/glitter and regular watercolor. The scan, done at a low dpi didn’t…

Mortem March 2019

Here’s an illustration done only a few days ago. Originally was going to hand paint in watercolor, but I was a little too tired to move myself to the studio. The result looks like a cross between a tarot card and old comic book art. Still have the original black and white ink drawing. In…