Sunday, November 4, 2012

I'm inviting you all to come check out this art show I'm having Nov. 9th. I considered postponing this show due to the recent hurricane, but I decided it is a good opportunity to pull people together do something positive. I understand a lot of folks can't travel and what not. Those who can get up to Long Island City for a night of cool art, live music by Skye Steele's Hot Holy Mess, and free drinks will be in for a heart-warming time. Also, I will be giving out FREE ART to people who BRING SUPPLIES that ar
e needed for folks in areas such as Far Rockaway. We have access to a cargo van that can be filled with supplies, and brought to people who still have needs. Fine Art in Space in LIC will be bringing supplies to affected areas and helping out people with what we can. Anything will help, but the most needed items are blankets and food.

Even though we are all feeling the hurricane blues, take time to come out, look at some art, and interact with your community. Please come and enjoy a night out, and help me fill a van with supplies for fellow New Yorkers!

To view some of Anthony’s work please visit:

In association with Ad Hoc Art,

Fine Art in Space
10-47 48 Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am to 5pm
Or by appointment.

Escaping Logik runs from November 9th-December 7th, 2012
Please join us for the opening reception:
November 9th, 2012
7:00 pm-10:00 pm

Anthony Pugh

Monday, July 16, 2012

Local Samples

I worked off some pages from Brian Wood's Local script. Kinda changed the main character a bit. Really loved getting into this quiet paced story. Peep.

Monday, April 23, 2012

MoCCA Festival 2012!

I will be at the MoCCA Festival this weekend! Come check me out at table J13. I will be selling copies of my comic The MidKnight Marauder and a mini comic The Conductor. And busting out as many sketches as I can. Check it out here for more information. MoCCA Festival!

Friday, April 20, 2012

QuestLove Illustration Process

QuestLove Illustration- I had a awesome time rocking this illustration for the Village Voice with Art Director Jesus Diaz. My process is pretty honed, I always try to knock out a good 4-5 sketches that I'm stoked about. Then when I get ok on the decided piece. I re-draw the piece in Blue Pencil on bristol board. Attack the sucker with brush and ink. I do detail work with a Micron Pen and hit up other sections with a brush pen. Scan it up and do colors in Photoshop. Pow and sent off to the Editor. Go check the article at the jump, Village Voice.