Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Hell Hath No Fury, on a Flat Bill Hat

Joshua had a few commissions recently.

The first was for a friend who saw a hat Joshua did a month or so back. Here he is, Sharpie in hand, working on the next "Flat Bill Hat" art.

The customer left the design work up to the artist. He was confident when he saw the full head tattoo Joshua gave to a friend they have in common.

Don't worry, it was with also with a Sharpie.

I think this will work for him!

Hell Hath No Fury fit on the hat. He couldn't squeeze in "At All" so you'll have to imagine it.

The second was a shirt design for a performance group from our church. They are going to a National Fine Arts competition and wanted a shirt they could all wear with their group name on it.
So here it is.

He had to do a bit of work to get the separations made but otherwise very rewarding.


Monday, July 9, 2012

Oakdale Hotrod Company by Hollywood Henderson

Here's the latest creation from Hollywood Henderson! The Truck is a 1949 Chevy with "air-ride" suspension owned by the "Cobra" who hails from downtown Oakdale PA.

Hollywood sprayed the truck in a fresh coat of "Vintage Vertebrae" white paying tribute to what appears to be a vertebrae of some sort, unsure if human and not sure if noteworthy, that came hanging from the rear view mirror of the truck when it arrived in Oakdale after being shipped from deep in the Louisiana bayou.

The door Logos were inspired by the 100 year old steamer trunk logo that can be seen in the bed of the truck. We're unsure of what O.H.Co. originally meant but it seemed fitting to assume "Oakdale Hot Rod Company.

The logos are a mixture of spray and brush work. They were added after the base was sufficiently aged.

Hopefully the door logos will inspire others with an upcoming project 100 years from now!