If you missed yesterday’s entry, this is the second in the ‘Mused on Tattoos’ series for Hero Complex Gallery’s Young Guns of Print show!
This time it’s the tough-as-nails biker, Hades (complete with helm of darkness), who has booked a sitting. I suppose it’s only natural that the Greek god of the underworld would have a lot of morbid imagery (But I bet underneath his tough exterior he’s actually a big softy).
So the show opens tonight and there are so many cool artists contributing that you should probably just go. Here, I’ve linked to accessible parking near the gallery.
My Game of Thrones-inspired portrait series with @herocomplexgallery continues!! As a big fan of the show, this has been a great ride. Prints can be purchased exclusively through Hero Complex Gallery in LA.
New pieces are released each Sunday at the airing of GoT (9 EST) until the finale on June 15th. Prints have a 2 week timed release, so be sure to grab your favorites before they sell out. (Hint: if you’re a fan of Arya and/or The Hound… best hop on that ASAP)
POPEYE and THE HAUNTED SHIP Concept & Art by Francesco Francavilla Limited Screenprint for POPEYE’s 85th Anniversary Art Show.
Happy to let everyone know I am participating to Popeye’s 85th Anniversary Art show (officially licensed by King Features Syndicate) with the above piece. The limited screenprints will be on sale at Hero COmplex Gallery this Friday, and any left will probably pop up on HCG online store for everyone to buy. Thanks to Chogrin and HCG’s own Adam for having me on board.
I really dig the mythos of Hellboy and the world Mike Mignola has created so I’ll admit that I had trouble picking a single direction to pursue.
And like a spoiled child I opted to NOT choose and simply do everything! The piece will be made up of small vignettes pulled from various moments in the comics (with a few that I simply created for the visual of it.)
Here are but 4 of the total 48 scenes. That Hellboy, he just keeps truckin’.
I am honored to announce that I will be taking part in a gallery show starting this friday at Hero Complex Gallery in LA celebrating the newest season of AMC’s The Walking Dead. Not only is it a real treat to be able to work on something so near and dear to my heart as The Walking Dead (in comic form, television form, and especially Telltale Games’ absolutely beautiful take on the series…..I miss you Lee), but Adam and Soua who run the gallery are absolutely wonderful people and a real pleasure to work with.
The show runs from October 11th through the 26th. If you are in the area, I highly recommend that you stop by. There are some truly fantastic artists displaying work there.
Also, this piece of mine will soon be available as an 18” X 24” Giclee print through Hero Complex Gallery. I will be sure to post those details when they become available.
I very much look forward to working with the great folks over at HCG again. And considering my new found interest in doing gallery work, it looks like I won’t have to wait long.
Craig Drake is a name you’ve probably already heard. He participated in to many pop culture related collective art show in the USA, and you may know him for him amazing style. He recently got a well deserved solo art show at the Hero Complex Gallery, with a lot of awesome pop culture heroes involved !
Here is a small selection of his artwork, but for the whole show, please go on the Hero Complex Gallery !