Let it never be said that I don't provide special little surprises for regular readers of the blog -- here's a detail from the papercut commission on my cutting table right now. I'll be doing a full reveal in a few days when it's complete... in the meantime, anyone have any guesses?
Saturday, April 30, 2011
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
I just completed this Noah's Ark papercut titled "Rainbow Over Ararat" as a donation for the Temple Ahavat Shalom ECEC (Early Childhood Education Center) Brunch & Boutique this Sunday, April 10. They're having an auction to raise money for the school, and this papercut is one of the available items.
The ark has landed on Mount Ararat and, as the flood waters recede, a rainbow appears in the sky -- signifying God's promise to never flood the earth again. (No comment here on the potential effects of global warming.)
As with all of my current work, the piece is backed by cut-up comics. In this case, comics from all over the spectrum, with lots of characters and artist styles throughout.
Very colorful, very bright and cheerful... if you're interested in acquiring the papercut (not a print -- the original cut), click here.