It’s so exciting to finally release the alternate cover image to the Grant Morrison documentary ‘Talking with Gods’ to all the fans online! We teased a picture of the cover as a work-in-progress a couple of weeks ago, but now you can see the final image below!
The image has already been making its way around the Internet, covered on awesome blogs like Super Punch and Dangerous Minds, and featured in the excellent interview with Camilla on the pop-culture website Guttersnipe.
If you’re attending San Diego Comic-Con, the alternative cover edition of the DVD will be available at the Halo-8 booth (M-03) in the Small Press area, and you can find Camilla at booth 4723.
“I was really excited to have Camilla do this cover, and it turned out better than I could have imagined. This is the perfect representation of Grant’s mind.” -‘Talking with Gods’ director Patrick Meaney
A cute store on Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles, California called JapanLA is having its 5th Year Anniversary Party, and an original Camilla d’Errico will be on display! The opening of the art show kicks-off on Saturday, June 4th at 7:00pm. You can RSVP on Facebook to invite friends, and so you don’t forget. ^_^
Here’s a quick look at the piece that will be on display in the store for the celebration:
There will be lots of other cool stuff going on at the store that night, so if you live in Los Angeles, be sure to check out the party. Click on the flyer below for a larger view of more details – it has cats on it!
And don’t forget, we’re still running a special contest on Facebook where you can win one of five great Tanpopo prize packages!
Get ready Vancouver, because on Friday April 22nd, this design below is going to be available on t-shirts from Vancouver’s newest and hippest clothing company, Hamburger Disco!
That’s a whole lotta cuteness on one shirt! They will be available as guys’ and girls’ shirts, along with three more designs, all featuring Camilla‘s art. We’ve been listening, so you’ll get a variety of tees for guys (finally) and some tops for girls (not just tees).
Check out Hamburger Disco‘s blog, and the Event listing to RSVP. We know it’s Easter, but get your bunnies out and come to the party on Friday. Door open at 7 pm!
You probably remember the cover to ‘Elephantmen’ #29 from last year, the print of which is on-sale now for only $20 as part of our Print-A-Poolza event. It’s exciting to reveil that another is on the way! Here’s a collage of concepts for the brand new ‘Elephantmen’ cover that will be coming out soon. Which one of these is your favorite?
(Click for a larger view.)
Another sketch for another Wednesday! Hope you’ve been enjoying them!
This week’s sneak-peek is from a yet-to-be-released ‘Tanpopo’ project, details of which will be unveiled in the coming weeks.
Simply click on the image if you would like to see a larger version of the sketch above, and of course feel free to share the image with friends. Don’t forget about the special Print-A-Poolza Sale! The last of the 12 x 18 art prints are now selling-out at only $20 a piece, and it’d be a shame if everyone didn’t get a chance to order one that wanted to do so.
Hey guys, so I’ve been under the weather (more like under a storm) and not in tip top shape for producing art. So this week I’m going to share something with you that is kind of special (even though a bit old). It’s the concept sketch for a painting. Guess which one? 🙂
Here’s a look at another Helmetgirls Poster, work in progress sneak peek!
Hey everyone, here’s this week’s sneak!
It’s the page for the Transmetropolitan art book piece.
Hey y’all! I’m starting a new “thang”. Every Wednesday I’m going to post a work in progress shot (or two or three) of something I’m working on. Let’s get going!
Art for the Magical Girls show for Sweet Streets LA at Gallery Meltdown