I painted Paul Acker as a zombie, and he painted me as one, for the cover of my first edition of the horror calendar released in 2012 by Eternal Ink. Half of the publication was to feature my art, while the rest would feature Paul's work. Only he took so long, the whole project was delayed a year and I provided 8 of the 12 interior illustrations. The calendar ran for 4 more years, and often featured Paul's work, but only for one page, as the rest were illustrated by a bevy of artists.
Oil on canvas, 14" by 16".
Dan's beginning career included a year and a half stint drawing political cartoons for Madcap Magazine and illustrating underground projects and fanzines such as Maximum Rock and Roll. In 1997, after struggling through a violent car crash and a knife fight with a crackhead that severed the tendon on his left thumb, he finally managed to attend art school. Receiving some commercial and local gallery acclaim for his artwork, he moved to New York City in an attempt to kick start an art career. Heavily immersing himself in the local hardcore scene, he produced artwork for the bands Shai Hulud, ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.