Mike Tyson’s Punch-out!! 30th Anniversary Art Show
Don’t Cry, Mac is the latest Art Show that is currently being held at Gallery 1988 West, the show is a celebration of the 1987 nes classic Punch-Out in which the diminutive Little Mac squares up with numerous contenders to work his way to the big fight with then real world champion Mike Tyson. Here is my contribution to the show in which I made all the character round portraits and then put them together into this one piece. I’ve also included Mr. Dream who replaced Tyson when the game ...
A Shape Christmas
Here is an iPhone/ipad wallpaper I made for Shape’s Advent Calendar which I loosely based on old christmas records with a dash of the old bad album covers that used to adorn old LP records. This was revealed on Day 4 and is available from here: https://itsashapechristmas.co.uk/day-four/scott-balmer And wherever you are have a great Christmas and A Happy New Year.
LABYRINTHS & MONSTERS: PAN’S LABYRINTH ART SHOW
Here is my Contribution to Chogrin’s Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth’s 10 year anniversary which features work from a selection of Artists based on either said film or on one of Del Toro’s other silver screen offerings. The show is being held at Creature Features and is currently running until the 26th November.
Postcard Art Show – Gallery 1988
Here is one of the four postcard designs that I had contributed to Gallery 1988’s Postcard Art show which is currently running. The Show features artwork presented in postcard form based on Popular Culture from movies, video games or Books. I opted to base my designs on A Clockwork Orange since I felt that the subject matter would work great with the simple art style I had in mind. The four postcard designs are available both from gallery 1988’s location and in their online store: Scott Balmer "Ultra-Violence" Postcard Print Scott ...
Brand New Website
Well, its happened. I have a new website which has now replaced the old design and it will make it easier for me to keep up to date with new work. All without the hassles that the old design presented itself which was something that had been bothering me for some time. I know that the images is a bit meta but there you go, hope you enjoy this new website.
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