5/29/2008

Quick post

















This illustration has been sitting in pieces on my hard drive for a while until I finally decided to stitch it together. It was done about two months ago for Ringling College's Annual Avant- Garde fund raiser. The theme was about classic 50's television characters in a art school environment. I don't know what took me so long to post it but, well .... here it is. Let me know what you think.

-Dd

9 comments:

xfishxart said...

This is such a fun idea, and it looks great!

Pop-Monkey said...

Well done, Dustin. Another great piece!

gumkid said...

haha, its always lightens my mood to see your stuff, great sense of humor

Dean Arscott said...

Pretty sweet man. I've liked your drawing style more and more over the years. You really came into your own with your thesis. So I just got into this whole blog thing so check out my site if ya like, there's a link to you on it (deanertime.blogspot.com). Take it easy man.

Matt Gayle said...

yo this is nice, good capture of these character's essence. i graduated yesterday, but it still hasn't set in. i got my site up and running just gotta pay some extra cash to take off the ads. lemme know what ya think. www.matthewgayle.com

Ashley Benham said...

Hey Dustin,

Thanks for your post on my blog! I really appreciate your feedback. Cheers on trying to spread the word about the Orphan Works bills - it's so good to hear that other students are also actively opposing it. We each need to do our part, eh?

I was just looking through your blog and really enjoying your work! You guys over at Ringling always blow me away - there must be pure talent (or something!) in the water over there.

Thanks again, and take care!
-Ashley

Cateris said...

Hey how's it going? Nice sketchbook work lately. I miss you too!

Olumuyiwa Ajagbe said...

great piece. It's pretty funny. I'm also glad it has no color to it, to me it helps the nostalgic feel of the piece.

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