Next in my row of ruined artworks is something especially dear to my heart: an illustration to Wagner’s Ring Cycle by Arthur Rackham.
The micefication of art continues with one of my favorite paintings by one of my favorite artists
What happens when you decide to micefy David’s “Napoleon Crossing the Alps” (Belvedere version — there is a total of five) for a friend who thinks she is the reincarnation of Napoleon and discover that there is no way on earth you can draw a realistic looking horse even if your life depended on it?
Yet another Picasso is ruined with mice — to celebrate the birthday of a friend. “The Portrait of Gertrude Stein” is from Picasso’s “Rose Period” (1904-1906), which probably refers to the color of wilted roses, because I mosly used brown and black in this micefication.
CLAIMABLE One of the rare Mice Art originals dedicated to the start of the season at Lyric Opera of Chicago. Leonora and I are excited beyond measure about “Rheingold” which is playing tonight… Continue reading
I know I have done this micefication before, but I felt that this time it was very different both from the Brie one (here) and the pencil version of the Vote one (here).… Continue reading
Micefication of art continues with “Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in the printing house of the ‘Neue Rheinische Zeitung’ (newspaper published in Cologne at the time of the Revolution of 1848-1849).” It is an… Continue reading
Meanwhile, the summer vacation is to end soon, and I haven’t done anything to sort out my commission backlog. So here is a long overdue micefication of Valentin Serov’s “Girl with peaches” (1887) —… Continue reading
Mouse Lisa has beem CLAIMED My friend Linda is running the half-marathon for Open Books organization tomorrow, and although I didn’t paint nearly as many mice artworks for her fundraising campaign as I… Continue reading
Mousematisse has been claimed! My friend Linda is doing it again (click here to see what she did last summer), but this year she is running a half-marathon in order to support awesome… Continue reading