Fresh off the truck and ready for Summer reading @ the beach, is the brand new sketchbook from Jime Litwalk. This 4th and final installment of the series features "Hot Rodz & Tiki Gods". Jime's specialty is showcased and packed with cars, hula girls, tiki heads, sleds, rock-a-billys, finks and more.
This entires series of sketchbooks has been a blast to put together and we thank Jime for entrusting us with his project. It's great to finally see them all together as a set on the old bookshelf, it's been a minute. Sketchbook 4 is available now from all the usual suspects and you can pick it up from us direct right here- Jime Litwalk Sketchbook 4 "Hot Rodz & Tiki Gods"
Artist and Presto author Greg "Craola" Simkins has some new interviews available online. Mike Miller interviewed Greg on this cool split screen video interview show along with artist Lola Gil. It is very cool so check into it right here.
Greg also did a great interview over at LOP Radio, where they talked about everything from Greg's book with Presto Art, to the toys he has designed and his thought process. It's great to see artists getting interviewed and online press. Good stuff.
It's always nice to be recognized for your work, but when your work is rewarded by a magazine that you have read for years, well, that is awesome. Presto Art's "Three Sixty Five" by Martin LaCasse was recognized with an Editorial Merit from HOW magazine. HOW is a magazine for designers and graphic professionals that features the best and brightest in everything from advertising to video game design. It also feels good because the work judged was from all over the world. So thanks to HOW and thanks to everyone who bought the book.
Dave Fox's new book has hit the warehouse...and filled it up. Dave's new book is by far the most color packed book we have ever seen. I wonder if the print house thought they were going to use so much ink. I am talking about a serious saturation and a varnish flood to hold it all together. I think it's fair to say the book is over stimulating to say the least. When was the last time a book printed on paper made that claim? We are psyched with the final product and know that fan's of Dave are going to be thrilled and non-fans will become fast subscribers to the unique stylings. Available now from Presto Art -A Novel Idea? The Art of Dave Fox.
Artist Greg Simkins was the host of an amazing event on Friday that packed in over 100 of the countries best artists working today. The theme was the black rabbit of INLE, a character from Richard Adams book "Watership Down", and a theme that Greg has mined in much of his art. Good stuff check it.