Collaborative Works

This series indulges the vandal within me. While I would never dream of defacing an original piece of art, I have no problem "finishing" the old print your grandmother bought at Woolworth's. 

 

Making Vermeer better

Maybe not. But funnier, at least. Those old painters didn't have many opportunities to show the Salon their sense of humor. Really, I'm doing them a favor by finishing their artwork, no doubt the same way they would have, if not pressed for time.

Terrapin Cushion • Oil on an existing print

Robot Chamber Pot • Oil on an existing print. Caption on the painting is, "Go home, Robot Chamber Pot! Go home!"

Cake Glutton • Oil on a serving tray (from a Norman Rockwell illustration)

Jump, I Say! • Oil on an existing print

Our Way of Life • Oil on an existing print

The Cake Zeppelin Goes Down • Oil on an existing print

Manon Lescaut • Oil on a book cover. Hey, look! I didn't ruin any paintings, just an old book!

The Great Age of Steam • Oil on an existing print

Global Warming • Oil on an existing print

Pachyderm Portraiture • Oil on an existing print

Mao's Vision • Oil on an existing print

Crossing the Rubicon • Oil on an existing print

Signaling the Squadron • Oil on an existing print

It's Time You Knew Who Your Real Mother Is • Oil on an existing print

Hydroponic Corn • Oil on an existing print

Coffeduct • Oil on an existing print

The Earl of Sandwich Presents His Prototype • Oil on an existing print

Battle for the Port • Oil on an existing print

The Stream Jumper • Oil on an existing print

Vacu-Lust • Oil on an existing print

Heavenly Gift • Oil on an existing print

Lord Farthington's Scud • Oil on an existing print

Les Faucons Dangereaux • Oil on an existing print

Fun with Chemistry • Oil on the lid of a chemistry set

Calculated Risk • Oil on a book cover