Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘Bane Cooper’

I was looking through some old work tonight. I came across this sketch that I apparently abandoned for some reason or another. Maybe I’ll try to tackle it again.

 

Enjoy,

D.

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

For those interested in purchasing a David Cooper T-Shirt please visit www.publicworksdept.com! You can also find T-shirts designed by Billie Kid, Sofia Maldonado, 14 Bolt, Shiro and The Dude Company. Seriously, stop what your doing and click the link!!   CLICK IT!!!

END!

D.

 

Read Full Post »

OH SNAP! Check this out! Above are two preview shots from the upcoming MOM & POPism: Board book by James & Karla Murray. The book will feature photographs from their previous best seller, STOREFRONT: The Disappearing Face Of New York, re-interpreted by several of today’s top graffiti and street artists. Above is the page dedicated to RALPHS DISCOUNT CITY. I worked on this image with Shiro and graffiti legend Lady Pink.

By the way, this book basically documents the exhibition, MOM & POPism that took place on the roof top of Gawker headquarters during the summer of 2009. Here’s something to refresh your memory!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tB-x0QlAIc

END!

D.

Read Full Post »

Photo by Host 18

Oh, hello. Nice of you to visit. I painted this guy here in this place, which happens to be an old abandoned mental institution built in the late 1800’s.  I wasn’t sure what I was going to paint when I embarked on this journey, but when I saw this room inspiration struck.

Oh yea, before I go on, I thought this would be fun to see. I snapped a quick shot of this guy with my cell phone to use as reference.

Photo by Fuzzy Logikz

Then, I got to work quick fast.

PHOTO BY HOST 18

END!

Thanks for looking. See you next time.

D.

Read Full Post »

This is a story I illustrated for Siempre Mujer Magazine’s Oct/Nov 2010 issue. Check out my sketches for this job here.

Thanks!
D.

Read Full Post »

I thought this would be fun to show. Most of the time I make up a lot of my visuals in my paintings, but sometimes I actually shoot reference. Below is the reference I shot of my self for my latest painting “One On One (The Charge!)” I put this composition together really quickly to help plan my layout.

Then I drew this really rough sketch.

Once I was satisfied with the composition, I traced the drawing onto bristol board and inked it. (NOTE: When doing an actual painting this step isn’t so important, however I knew I was also doing this piece digitally, and this is a key step in that process.)

Below is the digital version of this piece.

The second final was painted on an official NBA back board, with a few variations.

Thanks for looking!

Cooper

Read Full Post »

Check the link below to see the documentary made about the Eames Inspiration project by Art Scout TV!

Eames Inspiration Documentary

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »