Any doubt that you should be commissioning David for a piece of art in your collection should be erased now.
Who is Brian Level? Brian Level hails from the greater Cincinnati area and owns a home with his beautiful wife and son in northern Kentucky. He is a professional tattooer by day and superhero illustrator by night. He takes commissions. He does not have much more to say about himself. Please, for goodness sake, enjoy […]
Here’s another update on new stuff. In keeping with Halloween, let’s talk about ZOMBIES!!
Wow, it’s been a few weeks since I last posted–blame it on PTSDSD (Post-Traumatic San Diego Stress Disorder). Or procrastination. Anyway, I was going thru some of my previous work to send to a kind fellow promoting a charity called WeAreCHAMPS (WeAreChamps.org). Going thru your work often gives you a nice perspective, as well as […]
Hey, it’s that time of year again! The fanboys’/art collectors’ Super Bowl, Oscars, Grammys and World Cup all rolled into one heaping, overpriced, overcrowded, smelly mess. I’m talking, of course, about Comic-Con International in San Diego, taking place from July 24 through the 27th. (Though it will seem like a month long by the time […]
When is art born? It’s almost like asking “what is art?”. Our passion for comics brings two art forms together – writing and drawing. Is one “art” without the other?
All this talk about art-collecting “grails” (see previous two Blogs) prompted me to think of the other side of the coin: Bad Stuff We Like. Or call it Guilty Pleasures.
Okay, I’ve been back from Heroes Con since Sunday night, am mostly unpacked, and still pretty tired. I had a great time, and I’m planning on being back at the show next year, barring the usual unforseen circumstances caveat.
In the comic book art collecting world, people often talk about their “grails” (as in “Holy Grail”). Depending on whom you ask, this refers to:
I wanted to be sure that it would actually arrive in time for Heroes before I announced it, and look at what arrived in the mail today.