“Sherlock” - Poster Illustration by Sam Spratt
Archival art prints Available >HERE<
If you haven’t seen the amazing show yet, the first season’s on netflix instant—if you have, I’m sure a lot of the details will be very familiar to you.
“Who has two thumbs, a bajillion dollars, and is the world’s greatest detective? The Goddamn Batman, that’s who.” - Illustration by Sam Spratt
It seemed time to make something stupid again… but also time to make Batman… I figured the two didn’t necessarily need to be separate things. If you want to try your hand at some captions, you can do so at memegenerator with the base-image. Tag your creations with #batmanisadick
“Ron Fucking Swanson” - Portrait Painting by Sam Spratt
Being a fan of high-quality comedy television and not watching Parks and Recreation might just be the second most blasphemous thing you could do (the 1st of course being not watching Arrested Development). If for some reason you are in the “yet to watch” category, I present to you Ron Swanson aka exhibit A on what you are missing (youtube video).
If you have “seen the light” and are already familiar with Swanson Greatness, I humbly give you my painting of him. Features include: High and tight Swanson haircut, Swanson body hair, Swanson mustache, Swanson mustache chest hair (not groomed, grows that way naturally), Tammy tattoo, Tammy 2 tattoo, Tattoo of the text from Ron’s Speech to the boy’s basketball team, copious amounts of meat, the Swanson Pyramid of Greatness, Food and Stuff grocery store desk sticker, and Mulligan’s Steakhouse apron. High-quality Archival Prints Available HERE
Time to start watching Parks and Rec.
“Husgi (Detail Shot)” - Illustration by Sam Spratt
Close-up of this piece, focusing in on the detail work I did on the face, icicle drool, and messy brushwork of the fur.
This is oddly adorable.
“Husgi” - Illustration by Sam Spratt
Addition to “Cute and Creepy Creatures”. 3 years ago, my inspiration for getting into digital illustration was an illustrator named Bobby Chiu. His way of manipulating the digital medium in a 2d plane with a 3d feel became a goal of mine and pieces like this are my attempts at bringing that photo-real/pixar-look to my work. In this case, I had this idea of taking a Husky, Corgi, and a little bit of imagination—then crafting my own little canine creature in a simple environment.