Trippy weird folks and beasts with punk haircuts, beautifully rendered in runny watercolours. Meet John Malta, keep an eye on him!
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In my free time I sometimes tinker with vectors. They’re cool because combined with a grid they enable me to create artwork just by clicking with the mouse. That’s good when I can’t hold a pen in my hand. Last week, I made a series of prints using the Australian States as a theme. Yesterday I wrapped up the series with the Australian Capital Territory, using the wombat as a mascot. On Society6, I gave my vector work its own studio: Zeitverflug.
People love Owls, and boy am I fascinated with them since one them big headed, soundlessly-flying winged critters almost crashed head-on into my face one night in our garden. Watch out for more Hypnowl-craze in the next days. This one will be going to the Art for Japan auction later this month. Stay tuned for that as well!
Available as a print and more at Society6
Fellow illustrator Meg Hunt is putting together an auction for the victims of the chain of catastrophes in Japan. She’s accepting submissions from artists – merchandise, printed matter, even originals (whatever sells!) until March 31st. I’ll be taking part & will keep you posted about the items I will be submitting. If you’re an artist wanting to take part, check out the details here.