It’s the Winter Solstice and time for the annual Hub Comics DARK KNIGHT ON A DARK NIGHT Batman art show!
And above is my contribution, designed for me in record time by Erica Henderson. Here’s her design:
And here are some pics of the work-in-progress, made from Sculpey Firm over an aluminum armature:
Here’s another pic Erica took of it from the front. I’ll get some more pics and post them soon!
Every year near the Winter Solstice, Hub Comics in Somerville, Massachusetts holds an exhibition of Batman art by local artists. My 12 Days of the Batman mini-busts were on display, as well as numerous other works by some great artists.
Photos of the event, taken by shop owner Tim Finn, can be seen here.
I was interviewed about the event by the Boston Herald, and you can read the article here.
Can’t wait to do it again next year, same Bat-Time…
Here is a link to some pics from Hub Comics third annual Dark Knight on a Dark Night art show. Held every December near the Solstice, the show features original Batman-related art by artists local to Somerville, MA.
There was some really great work this year, and I was very proud to be a part of it.
Life-sized, wearable foam-rubber latex mask of the eerie Batman villain Professor Pyg, created by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely, and illustrated in the inset by Fraser Irving. This was done for Hub Comics third annual Dark Knight on a Dark Night exhibit of original Batman art.