Went to an estate sale yesterday and came across some interesting pieces of artwork that belong to someone I think went to the same high school I did, though 20 years before and may have taken the Commercial Art course they offered I didn't take (but my brother did). I can't remember his name other than for one piece that he did that put his initials in a logo, "J.P.". I was told he might have been a radio DJ in town though I didn't know more about it other than being told he had passed away and this is why they had the sale there. I tried to go back today but found they were already gone and done, sans for one jukebox waiting to be picked up. I did bother having the foresight to try taking pics of what I could there of this material if it had been sold or still kept by the owner/s. It's a interesting look into a world gone by and a testament to what hand-drawn or plotted work use to be. I especially love the mock album cover for a Village People record. Enjoy!
Saturday, July 13, 2013
Saturday, January 12, 2013
A while back while getting some things at a local shopping center, I came across this doozy I had to bother shooting pics of. Don't know who owns this baby, but I thought it was pretty neat seeing the work done on it none the less. A treat for any fan of this show.
Here's a few more to gander at!
Wednesday, November 07, 2012
I hadn't really thought about it for some time, but years ago, I picked up this book from an eBay auction and didn't realize the added goodies that came with the book. the contents included the following....
- 6 newspaper clippings from either The Dallas Times Herald and The Dallas Morning News
- 1 bookmark from a local book shop in Dallas
- 1 courtesy card from The Circle Gallery in Dallas
I figured it was the right time to break these out finally. Enjoy these little scraps of history people! Click on them to bring them up larger of course.