It is a giant 16′x8′ jigsaw puzzle of squiggly lines. Today they get silver leaf.
Category Archives: Murals
I notice I just do stuff. I like to do things I hadn’t thought to do when they unexpectedly present themselves. I like going outside of my comfort zone. So I guess if I’m uncomfortable, I’m still in my comfort … Continue reading
This is a quick little time lapse of me on a ladder pulling off the mask that covered the figure I was painting around. Click the “Untitled” link for the actual vid! Untitled from Fred Harper on Vimeo. ” _mce_href=”nullnull”>
Got carried away again tonight.
Put a bunch of hours in on the mural for the car club tonight.
70 feet of wall is pretty damn long once you start painting things on it! Starting to resolve some parts though. Trying to wrap it up over the next week or two.
My night began at the Iridium jazz joint on Broadway and 51st st. Pete Levin’s Trio was jamming until 11:30pm. I had just bought a bunch of spray paint and supplies to paint the mural uptown. I had the bag … Continue reading
I love doing black and white drawings. When I did comic books for DC and Marvel, I did a lot of B&W. I find it almost like meditating when I’ve found “the zone”. I don’t know why I never did … Continue reading
Of course I try to post every day, but this is a fluke! TWO DAYS in a row. Cool things going on today. Cover for The New York Observer on the illustration side due tomorrow. Of course I had already … Continue reading