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My new portrait of the icon that is Paul Lynde as Uncle Arthur from Bewitched. I'm excited to have him join my Oh, My Stars! series.
Available as prints, clothing, mugs, home decor, phone cases, iPod cases, bags, and stationery:
My tribute to Lynda Carter's ultimate Wonder Woman, who has influenced my life in so many ways since I was three. I haven't drawn her in quite awhile, and it felt incredible to do this one. I captured what I've been working at capturing for years. This was finished a couple months ago and the time is right to finally share it.
In some very exciting news, I'm looking forward to co-hosting Satin Tights: A Wonder Woman Podcast with Paul K. Bisson and many very special guests, beginning later this summer. It's all about Lynda's Wonder Woman TV series, one episode at a time. It'll be great to really explore this series (celebrating its 40th year!) and this character's impact, and have quite a bit of fun doing it!
16"x20" hand-signed limited edition prints available
100% cotton rag Giclée print: archival paper, archival inks
E-mail for information
Adam West's Batman shakes a mean cape!
I'm feeling inspired after watching the entire Batman TV series on Blu-Ray. The colors, the absurdity, the fashion, the villains, the multi-layered performances, the bad performances, the fun!
10"x12" signed prints available: e-mail for information.
Men are joining my Oh, My Stars! series!
Here's Charlie Chaplin, The Little Tramp, in black and white and color, inspired by his performance in City Lights!
Available in black & white through my RedBubble store on:
clothing, prints, posters, cards, postcards, phone and iPad cases, mugs, pillows, tote bags, and duvet covers!
Available in color: a hand-signed 8"x8" photographic print
from my Oh, My Stars! series.
Limited edition of 12.
E-mail me for price and shipping information.
Thanks to Crew Magazine for this lovely surprise about Oh, My Stars! and my illustrations!
"It’s great that Caspio has made it cool for younger gay men to access the language, style, and influence these ladies had on previous generations…"