Mr. Fox & His Bike
12” x 9” x 9.5”
Sculpey, Apoxie Sculpt, wire, acrylics, fabric, plastic, wood
For the fifth annual Bad Dads show at Spoke Art Gallery, I created a sculpture based on one of my favorite Wes Anderson films, Fantastic Mr. Fox. See this piece in person Halloween night (where there’s sure to be people dressed up in their best Anderson duds) and throughout the month of November. To make an inquiry about this sculpture, contact the gallery.
Just for kicks I made a handful of these Battle Bow + Arrow collectibles. Hang them by your work desk or near your slumbering head as a reminder to aim high, aim true.
Now in my shop!
**Update: this item has sold out!**
"Sergeant Ludlow ‘Supper’ Sparrow’s off-site bungalow is nestled in the far east clearing of Summertime Forest. In its cozy nooks he finds brief respite from H&S duties, either tucking beak under his wing in the side yard nest (on the ground, but one cannot complain too much during Battle Times) or perching on one of the outdoor posts, soaking in the sunlight that slants through branches of pungent forest trees. When it comes time to return to camp, Ludlow often finds himself looking back with a hard long stare, memorizing each detail should he never come back.”
This Friday WeMake is hosting Design Week’s closing party. Over 80 creatives made a birdhouse to auction off for charity. Buy art, feel good doing it! Visit the link on WeMake’s page for more info.
Studies for a certain Mr. Fox, in the key of Animal Battle.
Sergeant Ludlow “Supper” Sparrow’s off-site bungalow is nestled in the far east clearing of Summertime Forest.
This wire, foil, and clay birdhouse was created for the WeMake Celebrates “Put a Bird In It” auction. Along with over 70 other birdhouses, Sgt. Sparrow’s house will be donated to benefit arts and music education. More information about the event here:wemakepdx.com/wemake-celebrates.html.