Monday, March 13, 2006

I bought a great book from the Wine Museum in Torgiano Italy, it has some beautiful roman and greek prints on the subject of wine. This is an amalgamation of about three of them. Those people defintiely had a sense of humor. 2,000 years later this is still how I feel about wine.

9 comments:

Sean said...

Wow, great scene! I love the guy with the flute and the goats who llok like they couldn't give a crap.

R.A. MacNeil said...

NICE!

-Ryan

Nick Sung said...

Hey that's really fun!
I like the peacocks quite a bit, as well as the little crittery fellows, and the fat guy and his grotesquely textured arms and chest... sorta disturbing--but fun!

burgerlog said...

he is beautiful!

Chris Battle said...

That looks just like how I felt after a day of wine tasting last Sunday...

Jay D Smith said...

hehe, cool!!

brando said...

wow dan i didn't know you had a blog, thanks for the comment!

you're work and influence on the shows you've been a part of have been inspiring me for years

Mark Ackland said...

wow...nice sketches. So loose and funny. That comic of the dude licking his arm is incredible. I thought it was funny, then I read the caption and burst out laughing. What are you working on?

Jazzy Justin said...

AMAZING piece.