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brittanybartley:

Lucarelli & Castaldi Cup, Prospect Park, Brooklyn

h-paronish asked: I love your painting of the woman on the motorcycle. It reminds me of myself. Do you sell your work?

I just added the motorcycle drawing to my store. You can find other prints there as well. If you’re interested in purchasing original watercolors, drawings, or commissioning something, please email me directly.

marshizzle1 asked: i love your art!! it's so fun and colorful and funny. if you don't mind me asking, what materials do you usually use to make stuff?

Thanks for the kind words! 

As far as materials, it depends… Most of my work is watercolor. Sometimes I use nice paper, sometimes I don’t. I buy cheap sable brushes. I like the feel of real hair brushes more than synthetic. I’ve been messing around with the Kyle Webster photoshop brushes lately and getting nice results. I haven’t used his watercolor brushes yet though… I’m still clinging to traditional materials in that realm.

Today, April 3rd, would be Marlon Brando’s 90th birthday. This is the rejected doodle I pitched to Google to celebrate it. I wanted to illustrate Brando’s long acting career, picking a few of his most famous roles. From left to right, The Godfather, On The Waterfront, Apocalypse Now, A Streetcar Name Desire, Last Tango In Paris, The Wild One. 

Today, April 3rd, would be Marlon Brando’s 90th birthday. This is the rejected doodle I pitched to Google to celebrate it. I wanted to illustrate Brando’s long acting career, picking a few of his most famous roles. From left to right, The Godfather, On The Waterfront, Apocalypse Now, A Streetcar Name Desire, Last Tango In Paris, The Wild One. 

I’ve been doing some sign painting lately. Made this guy for practice.

I’ve been doing some sign painting lately. Made this guy for practice.

I drew my road bike.

I drew my road bike.

BUG CATCHER WANTS TO FIGHT

BUG CATCHER WANTS TO FIGHT

These are a few illustrations I did for the etiquette section in Willamette Week’s Yoga Issue. You can read the humorous piece about the different types yoga studios here. This project was super fun and a huge thank you to Kathleen Marie for the assignment and the amazing art direction!

I did this awhile back for the short story “Goodwill” by Jason Lee Brown for North American Review. A provocative tale essentially about a man who allows a woman to use him. Thanks to the art director Shelly for the gig! 

I did this awhile back for the short story “Goodwill” by Jason Lee Brown for North American Review. A provocative tale essentially about a man who allows a woman to use him. Thanks to the art director Shelly for the gig! 

Molotov test….

Molotov test….

CRAB RANGOON

From my series Songs You Couldn’t Get Out Of Your Head In 2013

From my series Songs You Couldn’t Get Out Of Your Head In 2013

From my series Songs You Couldn’t Get Out Of Your Head In 2013

From my series Songs You Couldn’t Get Out Of Your Head In 2013

From my series Songs You Couldn’t Get Out Of Your Head In 2013

From my series Songs You Couldn’t Get Out Of Your Head In 2013

From my series Songs You Couldn’t Get Out Of Your Head In 2013 

From my series Songs You Couldn’t Get Out Of Your Head In 2013