Monday, February 22, 2010

Stop The Clocks


There are a lot of new and exciting artists out there. San Francisco based Jeremy Forson is one of them. His work is instantly unique and I'm thrilled to have him as a contributor to Six-Word Tales. Please check out more of Jeremy's art at his official site.

Today's story is like a long lost Greek myth. Suddenly, it's a world without sunsets.

Words by Stiles. Art by Jeremy Forson.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Six-Word Sketchbook: Terry Wolfinger




Terry sez: "I grew up reading Mad and Marvel and was really influenced by the likes of Mort Drucker, Jack Davis and Bernie Wrightston. I'm a huge fan of some contemporary painters like Sebastian Kr├╝ger, Phil Hale and Simon Bisley. I've been fortunate enough to work with a couple of them.

Most of my work is illustration and design for video games, but also some comics, and occasionally concept work for films. I've always got a few projects going on the side, presently a graphic novel and putting together some paintings for an art show. Basically, I just love drawing and would be absolutely miserable if I ever had to stop. They're gonna hve to pry that ballpoint from my hand!"

More of Terry's work can be seen on his blog and also at his official site.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The Next Scream You Hear May Be Your Own


Hitchcock would have made a great zombie movie. Or maybe he did...

Terry Wolfinger returns to illustrate this alt version of an iconic movie moment.

"Go as quietly as you can, not a sound until I tell you to run. And then I want you to run as fast as you can. Does everyone understand?"

Words by Stiles. Art by Terry Wolfinger.

Monday, February 1, 2010

Swimming Pools. Movie Stars.


Dedicated to all my friends out here... who came from someplace else.

Many thanks to director, photographer and designer Kathleen Lorden for contributing to this week's tale. Please visit her Flickr page to see many more of her incredible and diverse photos.

Words by Stiles. Photography by Kathleen Lorden.