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Easter Candy lasts a day or two... but Bunnies are forever!!

I'm "Franchesco Artist" on Facebook "facebook.com/Franchesco1"
Limited Print Details: [link]

Much as I would love to thank you individually,
Please allow me to thank you in advance...
For the flavorful Fave!

:)
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weekend girls
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Happy Valentines day! Sorry for lack of updates, been sick, and trying to get back in a groove.

On Tumblr: [link]

-Justin
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Been working on too many things that I just cant post at the moment… so here's a really quick something I did while playing around with some fine liners pens. It should come as no surprise I was looking through a book on the work of Charles Dana Gibson at the time :D

Fine liner on paper.
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Pencil + Ink + Digital color
COMMISSION
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Recently I'm been seeing the Mad Men illustrations I've done pop up on some really cool websites -so I thought I would cook up another one! It's one of my favorite TV shows - I can't get enough of it.

Cheers!

9"X12" Pencil/Ink/Watercolor/Halftone[PS]
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The final artwork for the IMAX theatre poster. This piece was also used in conjunction with the Blu-Ray release of the Indiana Jones collection.

Acrylic paint and Prismacolor pencil on MDF board. 24 x 36 inches

Concept art here: [link] and here: [link]
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Pencil + Ink + Digital color
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Revolver magazine #100 cover

Painted for the 100 Greatest Living Rock Stars issue. The newsstand version has only minor changes. The text on the cake was changed, and the girl was flipped for compositional reasons.

The original is now hanging in the Grammy Museum for their History of Metal exhibit.

(Original size: 18" x 24", acrylic on paper)
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This 1/6th scale statue was hand sculpted for Rabia studios in sculpey firm.
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