Thursday, March 3, 2011

Art Block for Ghana



"Heading Home", 8x8
acrylic, gouache, pencil crayon, collage

I broke out the brushes for a charity auction:
"Art Blocks for Ghana." Presented by The Picture Book Project Foundation and The Hopkins Foundation,
check out the rest of the Art Blocks that have been painted for this charity art http://artblocksghana.blogspot.com/

19 comments:

Isaac Orloff Illustration said...

Wonderful Colin! I wish got to see this one in person at the ny show

Gabby Zapata said...

This is awesome :)! Wonderful work! I too wish I could see this in person

Joseph said...

Awesome stuff! Me likey!

Matt J said...

That's a beauty!

Trade Your Talent said...

really great!

VICTOR GIMENEZ said...

No words... I love it!

Picture Book Project said...

love it!!

Marco Bucci said...

haha. sweeet

Mike Yamada said...

Terrific! Can't waiti to see in person at the show.

Guillaume Blackburn said...

There is no overlayed texture rivaling the classic original paint... Plus, you can actually FRAME that thing with no shame of its digital essence.

Don't get me wrong, I will be the first one to jump on brain enhencement chips, but I still believe there is something satisfying with the real organic natural stuff.

Cheers

ANTONIO CUESTA said...

Oh, wow! I love it!!

Tony DiStefano said...

This is really a terrific piece.Love how you did the paper.
On a side note I very much enjoyed "1 Zany Zoo" Beautiful, funny illustrations.

Gordon Hammond said...

Clever as hell, always great to see what you're up too...

I wanna paint now!!

R.Dress said...

Simply beautiful. I really love the news paper. By the way your book looks fantastic!!!! I'll be sure to pick up a copy for my little one:)

ridd said...

Really nice Colin. Wish I could see it in the flesh

Brad said...

man, your work is just too good, so inspirational! big fan!

Mukpuddy said...

Nice work dude!

Sten Platz said...

This looks amazing - I love your designs.

Kirk Jorgensen said...

Hey Colin,
Your work is great. I really like this piece.
Cheers