Stephen Ward at it again with his magic - this time it's a superb combination of Iron Man & Venom. If you haven't subscribed to him already I would most def do so. Enjoy
Still blows my mind that the legendary Stan Lee has left us. After inspiring arguably millions of people he truly left his mark on all of us. Probably even those who don't even realize it. My favorite quote from his little excerpt within the video above is ... a nice remember to always do what you love.
As you will see most of his artwork is cartoon / illustration based. My favorites have to bee his Simpsons / Pokemon twists along with the image seen to the left that ties Bart Simpson with some Mighty Ducks zest.
He has all kinds of pieces for sale such as T-shirts, pins, sticker, prints and so much more.
For sure one artist I'd love to one day collab some items with.
Keep Killing it!
P.S - Stay up to date on all his new goods by following his IG @thumbs1.
The French Street Artist models his artwork off of 8-bit video games as seen above in the photo I shot while in New York on my pre-bachelor party. This bad boy was in the meat-packing district right outside the Standard beer gardens. Couldn't believe my eyes when I finally was able to see a piece in person. His pieces are made from ceramic tiles and from what I've heard used to be created from bits of a rubiks cube. If anybody knows if thats true or false please let me know because I thought that was quite legendary. See below for a few of my favorite pieces that he has done that I found out in the wild web.
His work has been extremely inspiring to me. His use of layers and an illustrated pop-blend brings everything I love to see in art to life. You can see his comic book inspired aesthetics in all of his pieces. The way he creates many images within on piece is amazing. One day I must have one of his pieces hanging up in the man cave & or the TazAlGhul office.
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