Jun 29, 2009
Finally. It only took me five years but it has happened. My store is finally open. In fact, someone discovered it while I was in the middle of getting it ready and they actually bought five prints. There are a lot of things for sale. Many beautiful prints of my famous drawings. Each is embossed, then stamped with my Korean chop, signed and numbered. Also there are some originals for sale too. Everything is very reasonably priced. I believe in affordable art for the people. Please check back occasionally because I will be putting up new artwork on a frequent basis. All my work looks great framed and matted. Don't be afraid to give one as a gift. Your friends and family will think you are a high roller, when in fact you are a cheapskate. Don't be afraid to just browse. You can just go to my blog and click on the store button. It's right under the squirrel holding a handgun. When you are at my blog check out my new header. It was created by a brilliant intern working at my ad agency. If you are impatient and can't wait you can go directly to my new store. By the way, I do ship to anywhere in the world.
Jun 21, 2009
I just wanted to say that I have been working on putting up a store. I'm getting very close. There will be prints for sale at a very reasonable cost. I believe in affordable artwork for the masses. There will be lots to choose from. I also plan to sell original drawings at a very low cost. After it opens you can check back frequently to see if new items are added. It is coming soon so be on the lookout for a post announcing the actual opening date. Thanks.
Jun 20, 2009
Many of you have probably seen, "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" with Jim Carey and Kate Winslet. It was directed by the great Michel Gondry. He also did, "The Science of Sleep" and "Be Kind Rewind". Not only is he a genius director but he also loves to draw. He has a very unique wacky drawing style. You can check out his website. Anyway a while ago I read where he would draw your portrait for like twenty bucks and send you the original. This was just too good to pass up. about a month ago I sent him my picture and low and behold my portrait drawn and signed by him showed up the other day. How cool is that. Next I'm going to get Speilberg to draw me.
Jun 17, 2009
Jun 13, 2009
One of my fans happens to be a forth grader named John Woolley. He has very early in life decided to be an artist. When he first contacted me to have a look at his drawings, I thought they were very nice. Little did I know that he was 9 years old. When I found that out I must say I was shocked. He is way way way better than I was at his age. Trust me, I drew all the time too. He just has what it takes. His skill level just continues to improve. He is someone we can all look up to. Take a look at more of his work on Flickr. Recently he made a little zine and he was nice enough to send me one. It was amazing. He seems to write to many artists he likes and most all of them have written back to him. This internet thing is nice. He is greatly influenced by the amazing Dan Price. Keep it going John.
Jun 12, 2009
A year or two ago, one of my long lost cousins found me. Most of you don't know that I was lost, but I was. Recently her son got married. Tons of my cousins were there. Some I hadn't seen in thirty years. I quickly realized they are all out of their minds. No exceptions. All the boys are named Tommy and all of the girls are named Eileen. I guess it makes it easy when you have a kid. It makes the naming the kid problem non existent. I was surrounded by drunken retards. Most look like leprechauns. The most disturbing part was that I felt very much at home. They get all my stupid humor, which makes me act more stupid. Which in turn makes them act even more stupid then I've just been acting so then I have to act even stupider then them again. You get the idea. Now we are constantly e-mailing each other and planning to hang out more. Now that I have my membership card back there is no getting out. I'm back in for the long haul. The lesson is: it's good to have a demented family.
Jun 5, 2009
There is something called, "Mail Me Art." It is where artists from around the world make a piece of original art on an envelope or a box and then mail the original artwork. The final stamped and postmarked artworks are then put into a book. There is also a gallery show that goes along with it in London. I participated last year but I didn't give a real big effort. I was actually surprised it ended up in a book. So this time I did a really cool one. I'd be happy to have this in a book.
Jun 4, 2009
I get a lot of fan mail but recently I received the best letter by fan. Try and top this one. Greetings from The Ancient One. Hello Tommy, It was while on a soul searching adventure through cyberspace that i was guided by spirit to find your bliss. Your site is an engaging and enchanting reflection of the self. The blossom of your being is such as to inspire, for you have much to be proud of. I honor what you have accomplished and admire that which you aspire to. Know that your life and work are respected. Thank you for sharing the beauty of who you are for by doing so you embrace the living essence of creation. I wish you a journey of peace and possibility which takes your soul to new heights. May you build a bridge of joy to a garden of peace and prosperity as you live your dreams and may you live your life to its fullest as you make your way to a blissful state of eternal happiness. Yours in Harmony with Earth and Sky.
Micheal Teal, The Ancient One, Poet, CyberShaman and Spiritual Consultant.