1. Finished another meth head ET shirt this morning. Shipping to Australia this afternoon!If you want one you can place an order through my etsy!

    Finished another meth head ET shirt this morning. Shipping to Australia this afternoon!

    If you want one you can place an order through my etsy!

     
  2. Dauber wasp2013Digital drawing
I did this quick, fun drawing for the Atlanta Zine Fest BINGO NIGHT. I got the idea from “dauber” bingo pens, which immediately made me think of wasps!

    Dauber wasp
    2013
    Digital drawing


    I did this quick, fun drawing for the Atlanta Zine Fest BINGO NIGHT.

    I got the idea from “dauber” bingo pens, which immediately made me think of wasps!

     
  3. G’oil2012Ink and ink wash on duralar18 x 18 inches
One of 5 drawings on plastic I created for my solo show “Shinobi Marilyn” at Emily Amy Gallery in Atlanta, GA.
©Ashley Anderson

    G’oil
    2012
    Ink and ink wash on duralar
    18 x 18 inches

    One of 5 drawings on plastic I created for my solo show “Shinobi Marilyn” at Emily Amy Gallery in Atlanta, GA.

    ©Ashley Anderson

     
  4. Invisible Woman 
    2012
    Hand engraving on duralar
    18 x 18 inches

    The second image is a copy of the original modified for visibility, ironically.

    This is a drawing on plastic I did for my solo show “Shinobi Marilyn” at Emily Amy Gallery. Using an xacto knife I cross hatched scratched lines into the surface of the plastic sheet, one pixel at a time.

    The scratched lines interfere with the passage of light through the plastic, creating a shadow on the wall behind the drawing.

     
  5. designersof:



Normal Jean2012Digital collage printEdition of 3 sold outEach candle flame was redrawn, one at a time, with a mouse. I really didn’t like all the flames being the same. It seemed to “easy” looking. 



Sweet! Thanks DoT!!!Note the detail image of the collage. Drawing those flames took hours upon hours.

    designersof:

    Normal Jean
    2012
    Digital collage print
    Edition of 3 sold out

    Each candle flame was redrawn, one at a time, with a mouse. I really didn’t like all the flames being the same. It seemed to “easy” looking. 

    Sweet! Thanks DoT!!!

    Note the detail image of the collage. Drawing those flames took hours upon hours.

     
  6. Gilt2012Digital collagePrint edition of 3 

    Gilt
    2012
    Digital collage
    Print edition of 3 

     
  7. Faux Sho2011Metallic acrylic on stonehenge paper28 x 28.5 inchesThis is the first piece I made for the Shinobi Marilyn project at Emily Amy Gallery: http://www.emilyamygallery.com/artists/ashley-anderson/faux-sho 

    Faux Sho
    2011
    Metallic acrylic on stonehenge paper
    28 x 28.5 inches

    This is the first piece I made for the Shinobi Marilyn project at Emily Amy Gallery: http://www.emilyamygallery.com/artists/ashley-anderson/faux-sho 

     
  8. RIP Kroger pizzaWhere should this go up, Atlanta? 

    RIP Kroger pizza

    Where should this go up, Atlanta? 

     
  9. Working on a mural in Decatur at a friend’s house. Spent about 4 hours fixing a few dead spots in the design (see first picture) and just adjusting stuff. The next step is inking the entire piece, then priming over that to erase all the scratch lines, then painting it in, then doing touch ups with the wall coat and blackboard paint. 

    This thing is going to be so ridiculous when it’s done. 

     
  10. A Rumbly in His Tumbly 2002Waterless lithographMy first print ever. Page 9 of my zine “The Fun Per Cent”. 

    A Rumbly in His Tumbly 
    2002
    Waterless lithograph

    My first print ever. Page 9 of my zine “The Fun Per Cent”. 

    (Source: Flickr / pressstarttobegin)

     
  11. This is a video recording of the artist’s talk I gave on August 18th for my show Shinobi Marilyn. Thanks to Jason Parker at Art Relish for shooting this!

     
  12. And now for something completely different: a little something something for the Printed Matter: Zine exhibition on Sept. 7th here in AtlantaFacebook page hya:  http://www.facebook.com/events/390192711036115/

    And now for something completely different: a little something something for the Printed Matter: Zine exhibition on Sept. 7th here in Atlanta

    Facebook page hya:  http://www.facebook.com/events/390192711036115/

     
  13. Gilt2012Digital collagePrint edition of 3 Here’s one of 10 digital collages I got printed for my solo show “Shinobi Marilyn” at Emily Amy Gallery.I’m still getting my new living arrangements unpacked and sorted out. Basement studio space, WHAT!

    Gilt
    2012
    Digital collage
    Print edition of 3 

    Here’s one of 10 digital collages I got printed for my solo show “Shinobi Marilyn” at Emily Amy Gallery.

    I’m still getting my new living arrangements unpacked and sorted out. Basement studio space, WHAT!

    (Source: emilyamygallery.com)

     
  14. The opening for “Shinobi Marilyn" was excellent. Soooooo much fun. Thankfully, there were several folks around documenting the evening. This photo is used at the courtesy of Mr. Terry Kearns, many many thanks to him, as well as everyone else who came to the show!See the rest of Terry’s photos from the evening here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/terrykearns/sets/72157630798273412/

    The opening for “Shinobi Marilyn" was excellent. Soooooo much fun. Thankfully, there were several folks around documenting the evening. This photo is used at the courtesy of Mr. Terry Kearns, many many thanks to him, as well as everyone else who came to the show!

    See the rest of Terry’s photos from the evening here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/terrykearns/sets/72157630798273412/

     
  15. I recently did an interview with the Atlanta arts blog Burnaway about my upcoming solo show "Shinobi Marilyn". You can read the full article here.

    I recently did an interview with the Atlanta arts blog Burnaway about my upcoming solo show "Shinobi Marilyn". You can read the full article here.