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Fisher Price: MY FIRST CALENDAR

I’m not gonna lie, I have been bullshitting about doing a Calendar of my paintings for a long, long time. I’ve even tried to get other artists to work with me and do a collection of paintings for Calendar too, and no dice. There are so many good themes to do one with and I am lucky enough to had done enough art with a movie theme to put something great together. So this is it, I’ve been working on the graphics in what little free time I had since summer. And I am hoping people respond to it well. Maybe it’ll be a new tradition to knock one out every year at this time. But that is up to you guys.

So here is the Holiday plug… If you know someone who is in to classic cult movies like “Vacation”, “Back to the Future” or “Three Amigos” and want to give them something truly unique for Christmas, this is your gift. Especially if it is someone who doesn’t shut up from quoting “Anchorman”, “Caddyshack” or “Ghostbusters”, this is the gift for them. I put together a collection my paintings mixed with some movie tie-in graphics for each month. Each painting has been inspired from my favorite movies, some I grew up watching as a kid and know religiously, as well as some new favorites. The size of the Calendar is 10″ wide by 18″ long, and has a black high quality spiral binding at the top. I didn’t F around with this, it is just like something you would by in the store. I’m really proud of how this came out and if this is your thing, I think you would really enjoy it.

Ordering is easy, follow this link, or just email me at Sam@SamCarterArt.com. They are $25 each plus tax. And shipping is $5 bucks anywhere in the country. And if you order multiple I’ll cut you a deal, just ask. Thanks for checking it out and let me know what you think!

Vicious Cock Fight


…I mean that really escalated quickly.
If you are going to do a series of paintings based on kick ass movies, I would have to fight you if you would not include Anchorman. I call this one “Vicious Cock Fight”. Work has been pretty busy lately, so it took some time. But I am pretty happy to have it finished. I wasn’t sure at first which scene I wanted to do, but after watching the movie again, it hit me, ….like a trident to the chest.

Brick, I’ve been meaning to talk to you about that. You should find yourself a safe house or a relative close by because you’re probably wanted for murder.

Plus when I get this baby framed you can bet your glass of scotch that it will be framed in some nice rich mahogany.

And FYI, I am in the works of creating a new website. One that makes it easy to order any reproduction of any painting, or buy an original. I am keeping the blog, but it will be good to have the site in addition for purchases. Stand by for that. In the mean time, you stay classy San Diego.