Little Chicken goes to the bottom of the Ocean.: Books for kids aged 5-8, Space and Science adventures with good whimsical fun.
by Eric Rosner
I just finished writing my new ebook 'Little Chicken goes into a black hole.' It will be an epic tale.
Here's the first art from Little Chicken goes to the bottom of the Ocean.
I first illustrated this mini sub and that started the idea for the book. I illustrate first then scan and color it in the computer.
My next Little Chicken book is on. Join me on the journey. I'll be posting my developments and progression. The book is tentatively titled. Little Chicken goes into a. Black Hole and lives to tell the tale. Or something like that.
Ask me any questions about Little Chicken. I'm currently writing the next book. I will be uploading concept art soon. Thanks for your support.
Little Chicken goes to the Moon.: Exciting adventures for kids aged 3-5. Space, funny and thrilling stories.
by Eric Rosner
Hanging with Little Chicken
Art pillows are the perfect gift
Do you dig art? What about pillow? Imagine a pillow with art on it!!! That dream is now a reality
This lovely tulip pillow is a gem.
My hot skull pillow is the rage of the day. This pillow is so sexy it makes sexy blush.
The old NY Post Office.
Yup this used to be the old post office in NYC. It was a huge beast of a building that was located near City Hall. I sure wish it was still around. Sadly they tore it down and built the current one at 34th st. Sad
The Gilsey House
This building is super cool. It was the first hotel in NYC to have phones in the room. Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde used to hang here. It still stands at the corner of Broadway and 28th St.
The Puck Building
The home of the fabulous Puck Magazine, THE magazine for political satire at the turn of the century. I beautiful building that still stands on Houston St.
I love to illustrate flowers. Vivid colors and bold architecture, flowers are the most perfect thing. A flower is nature's finest creation. In the mornings I get to stroll around my hood and take snaps of the various flora and then illustrate them at my fav coffee place. When your in the zone and illustrating it's a super high that no drug can match. I love the process when I have a new flower to illustrate. The blank page, a brand new Sharpie and then I stare at the flower snap. I try to find a distinct structure to begin with. That's the hardest part, where to begin. When you do find a start and you start, it somehow magically comes to life.
Here's the next phase of the skull art.... The pillow. I really dig this version. I think it's really epic. This will be a fine addition to your man den.
Temple Court building, New York City!!
Built in 1890, this fabulous Law office building is just to stunning!! A real chance to see Gilded Age NYC. Thankfully it's still around. It was closed for almost 120 years!!!! Now it will be a glamours boutique hotel....It's glorious!!!! I got a rare chance to inspect it during re-construction...It was an amazing adventure.
I think over the years of all my art...this plane illustration has consistently been one of my most popular pieces. The story goes that these two crafts were headed into another dangerous mission and the thoughts that were racing through the teams mind.
Here's a cat illustration that I did a few years back. She was a strange looking kitty with a weird stare. The client liked it so there you go.
People really dig the skull art. It's based on a photo of an old medical skull from 1880. I illustrated the skull and then applied a very interesting effect. I hope you like it too.
Here is a fabulous flower art piece that is 26"x36" on glorious EPSON matte paper and shipped to you. I love to illustrate flowers and try to capture the amazing colors. I usually walk around my hood and try to snap the most amazing offerings. Flowers are the most perfect creation. Fabulous micro structures that challenge any man-made object. I hope you enjoy this water lily.