Futuristic Femme Fatale
No, not the Doc from 2008, the Doc from 2013!!
In volunteering with TEAM FOX, I contributed a few futuristic prints, including this up-2-date Doc. All sales go to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. If you would like to make a donation, be on the lookout for my timeless friend's, the Hollers (and their incredible Delorean Time Machine)!
For more information, please visit www.tothefuture.org and www.michaeljfox.org.
"We strike hard and fade away... into the night."
My Entry for the TMNT design contest on Threadless. In homage to Mirage Studios. This was my first time submitting. I was off to a great start with over 600 positive votes, but alas I didn't make the cut (no pun intended... ok, a bit). Thanks to everyone who voted for me!
"It's Time To Get Things Started...."
One of my most beloved entertainers from my childhood to present day. Kermit is certainly responsible for my love of frogs.
Posted by Nate Pratt at 5/17/2013 No comments:
Dr. Raymond Stantz: Bustin' Makes Me Feel Good
Bishoujo is known for it's line of sexy statue heroines, mostly featuring the DC and Marvel brand. A little while back, the statue company released a member of the Ghostbusters. Which one you might ask? Janine? No, a character completely unknown to the Ghostbusters' Universe! Her name is Lucy and she was created for the soul purpose of striking a sexy pose and nothing else. Where are her pants? How did they get so mangled?
Being a fan of the Ghostbusters, I had to take this notion back to the original team. And who better to take the stand than Dr. Raymond Stantz (Dan Aykroyd), the heart of the Ghostbusters. Ray has always been forthright with his enthusiasm towards Paranormal "Activities".
Posted by Nate Pratt at 4/22/2013 1 comment:
I had the honor of being hired by my hometown to create the logo for their 250th anniversary! The top logo was used for various signage, products, and apparel.
An afternoon of building a life size snow Grinch. Unfortunately I ran out of daylight and awoke to see he had lost his head.
I'll Be Outside for the Season
Don't get me wrong, I love Christmas! But you know those moments where you've just had enough (crowds, parking, traffic, lines, etc.)? Well to burn off some steam, I drew up this concoction of Ebenezer Scrooge, Clark Grizwold, the Grinch, and George Bailey all gift wrapped and rolled into one.
Over the Hedge
Dinosaur Rock Revision
T-Rox had nearly gone extinct and it was time to bring him back to life. After a total of 24 hours and some extra help (courtesy of my nephew), T-Rox was on the prowl once more!
Ain't I a Card 15: Labr-Ador
Ain't I a Card 14: Oh Deer
Ain't I a Card 13: Bouquet Buffet
Ain't I a Card 12: Cake for Critters
Ain't I a Card 11: Princess of Power
A model sheet of my character Vitus. My friend Emily is responsible for this outstanding maquette! Be sure to check out more of her amazing creations at http://www.emilysculpts.com.
It Figures 02
Goonies Are Good Enough
Part of Our World
Ain't I a Card 10: Do you have an App for that?
Pin Trading Day
Time Traveling Toons
A tribute to the Back to the Future: Animated Series I created for Bob Gale. Based off of Drew Struzan's classic poster.
Ain't I a Card 09: Party Time!
It Figures 01
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
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