I don’t know when I first came up with this idea, but It has something to do with really admiring the aesthetics of sushi. The chef seeks contrast and perfection and proportion and I admire that. To honor the sushi aesthete, I have done a sushi selector, albeit a high art one. It has japanese numerals on it so I can add a key for the print edition. What’s that you say? Print? Yes, this painting was made to have a print edition. Not only that, there will be at least 2 of them. That’s right, you can have a collection of them for around 100 dollars. The original is for sale, contact me through my site or through dm on instagram.
A painting of a hawk at 16″x20″ . The image of the cannon is one I’ve been wanting to use for a while. This painting uses Canvasland Hemp Canvas, the new slim series. I’d like to thank Canvasland for gifting me this canvas to try. It was fantastic! http://canvasland.net I have prints on sale at Spratx Gallery 501 Pedernales, Austin, Tx and of course at Guzu Gallery: http://guzugallery.storenvy.com/products/8859336-heroes-in-a-halfshell-plus-pizza-david-lamplugh-children-of-the-80s
Busy month coming up. I will be in Red Dot Spree on september 11th. More info on that later. I will also be in Made Fresh show on september 20th. http://www.facebook.com/atxmadefresh.
Ah blazing summer is in the air. It is the time here at davidlamplugh.com that we think of love and Mexican beer. With that in mind, here is a wedding present I did for my former co-workers Kayla Mullis and Nigel Fenton who are getting hitched sometime soon. David at davidlamplugh.com is great with dates, fantastic with numbers so this painting will probably get to them a month too late. It is of their cat, Monday, who is human potty trained and looks like it should rule Manchuria with an iron fist.