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Here are 2 prints that I made for the awesome Rivet Wars game. It’s a miniatures/board game inspired by WWI trench battles, dieselpunk, and super-deformed rivets.
Soon, I should have permission to sell them as official licensed art. (If you know me, you know that I don’t really think that selling bootleg art is a great idea.)
I’m excited; time spent with this game won’t be such a distraction from our business.
Uncle Rivet is watching you. Something that I did for fun, in tribute to the RivetWars game.
I’ll be making a small version and putting it on some of the terrain that I’m building. (A triumphant arch.)
1920 German Expressionist silent film - the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.
This one was fun to illustrate, because the Dr. is so dang creepy.
I made a parody out of Tom Eckersley’s Keep Britain Tidy poster. He’s a fabulous poster designer who greatly influenced UK graphic design. (He influences ME!)
Inspired by both the Invisible Man and the Mummy… I combined them and made up this fake movie poster.
Here’s our exclusive print for the Emerald City Comicon in Seattle.