We are celebrating Halloween with some perfectly fitting artwork created on our papers! Check out the fantastic pieces these artists have made… maybe you’ll be inspired to create your own frightfully fantastic piece!
Skeleton Study - by Artist Michael Webb
Michael is a middle school art teach in Menasha, Wisconsin. He created this amazing skeleton study on our 400 Series Artagain paper using mechanical pencil and white charcoal pencil. He used a skeleton model in his classroom as a refernece for this piece.
Addams Family Coffee Portraits - By Artist Laura Schrampfer
Laura, a tattoo artist in Appleton, WI, brought the entire Addams Family to life using coffee as a medium on our 400 Series Watercolor paper. The coffee along with the frames Laura found at the thift store gives these pieces the perfect antique look.
"Boo!" by Artist Abigail Jones
Abigail, an artist in Southampton, England, created this drawing of her daughter Ruby using our 400 Series Toned Tan paper with colored pencils, chalk and charcoal. Startlingly adorable, right?
"Witchin'" By Artist Coral Colon
Coral, in Canóvanas, Puerto Rico, created this fun Halloween piece on our Mixed Media cards. Coral used mechanical pencil first, then Microns and Sharpies for the line work. The piece was colored with crayons. To achieve the smoothing effect, Coral blended and smudged with a P-100: LION plastic eraser. This card also comes with a great story: Inside, a tagline reads "Cheer up! It's okay to be different", which refers to the artwork depicting a fun-loving witch mom trying to lift the spirits of her young toddler. Coral says the thumbs-up is for the audience and is a reminder that it will all be okay.
Happy Halloween everybody! We hope it's creatively creepy!