Nihilists and rug burns.
Punch-Drunk Love “In Sunlight”
Jeff Mitchell, 2012
Variation of the original "In Moonlight", released in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of P.T. Anderson’s film “Punch-Drunk Love”.
This work (and many others) can be viewed here.
Punch-Drunk Love “In Moonlight”
Jeff Mitchell, 2012
The ten-year anniversary of Punch Drunk Love is coming, so I’m releasing prints of two separate paintings I’ve done for the P. T. Anderson flick. The first went up this morning, and the second will be up shortly.
I’ll have two new prints to add to my shop next week. Another snippet appears above.
The prints will be the same composition in two color palettes. The subject is PT Anderson’s film “Punch Drunk Love”, with each print having its own theme.
If you want a head start, you can see my shop here.
I released my new card sets to my Etsy shop today. They’re actually mailable, if you know anyone who even uses the postal system anymore.
A set of nine cards measuring 4” x 6” each with art printed on the front only. Each card is based off one of my original pieces from my Big Lebowski series. If you poke around my shop for a few minutes, you’ll see them.
I’m going to start carrying a few new Lebowski-related items in my shop. One of which is a card set based on my series of prints. The set will show up in the next few days, along with the newest print in the series based on John Goodman’s Walter character.
I’ll post a link here (and on Twitter) when the listing goes live.
The Big Lebowski’s Enlightenment Through Bowling
Jeff Mitchell, 2011
First piece in the series. Number of total pieces still unknown.
My best-selling print to date, this homage to the Coen Brothers’ film references the Everyman’s search for meaning in life. Interestingly, this is probably the most popular “cult film” in the history of cinema, considering that “cult” implies a limited following but you’d be hard-pressed to find a significant group of people who can’t recite at least one line from the movie.
I take that back. Grandparents and babies have no frame of reference.