I looked into self-publishing. As it turns out, books are really expensive to make. Really, quite surprisingly expensive.
If you’re interested in buying a book, please fill out the form below;
Otherwise I’ll assume there’s not very much interest and will put the idea to bed.
(I’m not doing a zine, I’m not doing prints, I’m not supplying high res files for people to print out, but thank you all for your suggestions)
31 houses AND A DAY OFF!
In 2014 I blundered through painting as many (and yet not daily) houses of horror as I could.
This year I’ve decided to nail 31 houses. I think I should’ve perhaps established some rules for myself, but I went and painted a bungalow with all the aesthetic vigour of a briefly worn athletic sock left next to the bath, so my reasoning varies greatly.
Still; although I used up most of the classic 70′ titles last year, I’ve found that there’s still plenty to get excited about.
I’m having a lot of fun. Even with the chronic eye strain headaches.
You can get the daily post on Instagram and I’ll try to update this post as regularly as I can in between sweating it over getting the next house finished…
~click the images to view them larger~
House 2: Hansel and Gretel, the 2007 version by Pil-sung Yim
I’m doing it! A few people have asked, so I’ve decided to put the houses of horror up for sale on my bigcartel shop for Halloween weekend.
All are originals, gouache on illustration board, 10″ x 12″.
If you don’t want to wait, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Midday Oct 31st – midnight Nov 2nd, GMT
Every time I do this sort of thing I know I’m taking another step away from the paintings I like and want to work on, but screw it; it’s horror month. I have until October 31st to revel in The Houses.
I’m pretty sure I’ll run out of steam, but semi-regular updates are happening on instagram.
all gouache on board, 10″ x 12″