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The Art of Mike Mitchell

on March 7, 2009 - 1:01pm

Mike Mitchell's King Skully
Lighthearted, pretty and fun. Those are the words I would use to describe the art of Mike Mitchell (or Sir Mitchell, or Sir Mike of Mitchell as he sometimes calls himself).

I'm drawn to the warm tones used and the overall softness of the images. I always enjoy when an artist knows how to effectively use shadow without making it feel too dark or sinister.

Little to be found bio-wise, with the exception that he's male, 26, from the States and was born close to Halloween.

I can tell you he has a blog and an etsy shop.

Currently, it doesn't look like you can buy King Skully (pictured left) or Little Pilot Skullington (pictured below).

But if you're determined to purchase something and are looking for gift ideas (I like to pretend everyone wants to buy me presents), I'll take the limited print of Their Day Will Come showcasing a wine-swigging cockroach atop a skull, exclaiming "Marvellous!".

Or perhaps Nom Nom Nom, an ice cream cone tasting his own melted drips and saying "My God, I'm delicious!".

Mike Mitchell's Little Pilot Skullington

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