doug boehm prints

posted by the scholar on October 31st, 2007
filed under: art, illustration

i love this monster mash set of four prints from pennsylvania artist doug boehm, and not just because it’s halloween today! i think this set would be great in a media room (my media room). these images are prints of his original paintings. doug has a bfa from the tyler school of art, and also has an impressive list of clients including rolling stone, the philadelphia enquirer and seattle weekly. he has been recognized by american illustration and the society of illustrators for his talents. take a peek at his colorful, anthropomorphic, slightly askew creations.








i love his lines and his strong-jawed characters, and feel their anxiety. is it sinister tension or a sad doomsday loss of control? i can’t tell.

i still think i like that mummy the best.

see his fantastic portfolio on his website, and purchase his prints at thumbtack press!

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4 Responses to “doug boehm prints”

  1. Hi5 Codes Says:

    Very dark art… but I like it!

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi hi5,

    i think his colors are so inviting even if the subject matter is slightly foreboding. glad you like it too!

    nice to see you! 🙂

  3. sosser Says:

    they’re scaring me.

  4. the scholar Says:

    yep. they’re scary. and if not scary they’re melancholy.

    but i like ’em!

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