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Jesse Rubenfeld
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
United States
A Student of the great Scott McCloud, Jesse Rubenfeld is the artist/writer of Tool Publication’s comic series Into the Dust, a gritty realistic version of Wizard of Oz set in 1964 on Route 66. Jesse has also done artwork for international publications on topics such as nursing, performance, and magic tricks. Recently, Jesse has gotten into the habit of parodying famous works of art and other images, using familiar characters from popular culture like the Muppets, Superpets, and Nintendo characters.
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I Livestream myself while I work...watch here!
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I have paintings and prints available on my Etsy Shop
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And T-shirts and all sorts of stuff at my Red Bubble Shop
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Mason44 Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey Jesse. How's it going? Not sure if you remember me or not but we had a few classes together with Washington. I was talking to Nicole Murray the other day and your name came up. She said your work was getting some recognition so I looked up your website. Excellent work! Anyway I recognized your Robin/Graduate piece in the Screeners group just now and thought I'd say hi. Hope you're doing well. Keep up the good work.
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crossstreet Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Of course I remember you Sean! Those were some of my favorite classes of all time. There is nothing quite like standing in a room creating things while everyone else creates around you. Washington has this intense personality that permeated the room, good music, sometimes brutal heat. That feeling in the pit of your stomach as the clock is ticking closer and closer to when the scene thaws.
Have you gone back? I did about a year ago...found two Tuesdays that I could drop in. He was the same, although slightly slower; His hips give him so much pain. If you haven't visited you should. I know he's plans on retiring soon. He gave me one of his sketchbook pages; that man can draw.
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Mason44 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Those were definitely my favorite classes too. I miss being in the studio. I loved the competitive feeling he brought to the class. He always had a way of making people want to push themselves to impress him. I haven't had a chance to go back and visit, though I really should. I did take a few of my students who were planning on going there for a tour one Saturday. I wish it could have been during the week so I could have shown them what his classes are like. Though, come to think of it maybe dropping in on a life drawing class wouldn't have been quite appropriate for high school students. I'll have to make it a point to get out there before he retires. I'd love to come in and do some drawing. I haven't drawn a live model since college unfortunately. That's great he gave you a sketchbook page. I always loved when he would show us his stuff. It always blew me away.
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justinsdrawings Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2012
Great gallery. Lots of funny, crossover traditional art.
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AlanSchell Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2010
hey come sketch with us! :iconart-reference-vault:!
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AlanSchell Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010
hello! is anybody out there????????????
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ilovegravy Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks a bunch for the french fry fav on my wallpaper!! :heart: :hungry: Everyone loves those delicious sticks of death!! :dance: :tombstone:

ps- If you're interested in it as a t-shirt design, it's available at my website! :) [link]

sorry for the super late comment! ^^; not sure if you still visit DA, but I'm happy to be your first comment here :)
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