This original piece of Tiki pop art is titled Hypno Tiki. He is a character I created who has the power to hypnotize those who look into his eyes. Made with acrylic paint this piece comes unframed on a birch panel and measures 6″x7″.
A tiki who loves to scrap bare knuckle style. He is ready to give dirty lickings to anyone and everyone who he thinks needs a lesson. Made with acrylic on birch panel Scrapper Tiki comes unframed and measures 5″x7″.
This original tiki decor is titled “This Guy Tiki” and resembles a wise guy gangster. Made with purple and yellow acrylic over a blue and aqua background this piece measures “9×7” and comes unframed on a birch panel.
Tiki Mug Mai Tai Totem was made during this years Mai Tai festival at the Royal Kona Resort. While guest judges indulged in the best island BBQ and Mai Tai’s from bartenders around the world I was sitting at my booth creating this fun tiki totem painting. The piece depicts 3 tiki characters standing on each others shoulders like a traditional North American Totem. One holds is hands over flames and winces while a tiki style Cockatoo stands on his head. The second tiki is holding a flame stick in his mouth while his hands hold onto a human skull. The bottom tiki is double fisting two Mai Tai’s each in separate tiki mugs. He is one of the judges this year and is going to be the downfall of this totem if he’s not careful!
The original piece is acrylic on birch panel and comes unframed measuring 15″x7″.
This is my first and possibly only Variant Sketch Cover I will do. I drew this design during HawaiiCon this year while at my booth. I was originally going to draw a shark tooth paddle style weapon on this cover then decided to read the comic. After reading the book I decided to change my design to make it reflect the story better. This blank issue was given to me by author, artist, and creator of PineappleMan, Sam Campos. I used Micron pens and Copic markers to finish the design.