BOOTY & THE BEAST Food One/King Gum limited edition art print
Since we're both on a constant mission to bring you the freshest in freshness, Jim Mahfood (aka Food One) and I have joined forces to rock a brand new collaborative art print.
Aptly titled "Booty & The Beast," this limited edition giclee will be premiering at the New York Comic Con, in two weeks. Food One and I are doing a super-limited run of these, so don't sleep. We're currently accepting pre-orders for all you early birds and those who won't be attending NYCC.
For more details and a look at the sparkly fruits of our inky labor, visitwww.hiredmeat.com
"'Course you can but you don't wanna... 'course you want but you can't have it." - Dave Crosland, aka King Gum
Dave Crosland (aka King Gum) is an American illustrator whose stylized art is a harmonious collision of traditional aesthetics with modern sensibilities. His art has graced the walls of galleries in the USA and abroad, comic books, album covers, apparel, concert posters, and beyond. Most recently, Dave spent a year working as a designer on Disney XD's Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja, at Titmouse Inc. Crosland's other notable works include Yo Gabba Gabba! Comic Book Time and Scarface: Scarred For Life, art for the pop group Gym Class Heroes' gold album "As Cruel As School Children", and illustrations for the Kick-Ass video game for Sony’s PS3. His clients have included MTV, Warner Brothers Animation, Ride Snowboards, Atlantic Records, IDW Publishing, Walt Disney Animation, Oni Press and more. Dave can currently be found living in Los Angeles, toiling away at book projects, animation concepts and a body of new fine art works.