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Mexoskeleton Mariachi

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Ku

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Warrior Kitty

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Pueo

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  • Tiki Trooper

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    “Tiki Trooper” is a custom Storm Trooper vinyl that merges the world of Star Wars with the iconic tiki of Hawaii.  This piece was painted with many layers of acrylic and comes mounted on a round wooden base.  The piece measures 6.5″x4″ and was made specifically for Star Wars 40th anniversary celebrated at HawaiiCon 2017.

    Although this Piece has SOLD you can still place a custom order for a Storm Trooper Vinyl!  Send an email to art@jacobmedina.com and let me know what you got in mind! 

     

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  • Shrunken Trooper Head

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    “Shrunken Trooper Head” is a custom Storm Trooper Art Toy that depicts a First Order Trooper who was captured by Ewoks and had his head shrunken.  This custom piece is painted with acrylic and has additional details added, including plugged hair with a sculpted bone, nose piercing, and a twine-sewn mouth! “Shrunken Trooper Head” comes mounted on a round wooden base.  The piece measures 6.5″x4″ and was made specifically for Star Wars 40th anniversary celebrated at HawaiiCon 2017.

    Although this Piece has SOLD you can still place a custom order for a Storm Trooper Vinyl!  Send an email to art@jacobmedina.com and let me know what you got in mind! 

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  • Tiki Mug KAAN TOOK (Open Edition)

    Kaan Took Mugs are currently SOLD OUT 

    Tiki Mug-Kaan Took stands 7.5 inches tall and measures 11 inches around.  In addition, he weighs a whopping 2 lbs. and tops off at 24 ounces.  However, he comfortably holds 22 ounces of whatever nectar you fancy! He’s sculpted with great detail and is available in two glaze options. A golden brown bone (SOLD OUT) with accented red eyes, and a glossy wiped Cobalt Blue!

    The inspiration behind this Kaan Took Tiki Mug is based on the Mayan Kaanul Dynasty. The rulers were the “Snake Kings”.  The Kaanul Dynasty was one of the most powerful and mysterious rules over the Mayan empire to date!  This mug was designed by Jacob Medina and ties back to his Mexican cultural roots.  However, the final product was a collaborative project with Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker.  

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  • Cyclops Jawa

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    The squirrels at the Disney Parks are some of the most brazen little creatures I’ve ever witnessed.  We watched one go from stroller to stroller and just ransack everyones left overs and bags.  The day before, we were in Hollywood Studios at the Star Wars Launch Bay, where we met a couple of Jawas.  Apparently they will trade little trinkets with you if you ask them to, but for some reason they refused my offer and traded with my wife instead.  I tried a few more times to trade things with them but nope they weren’t into it.  So that’s why I made this painting of sweet squirrel vengeance!  Maybe now they will trade something for their eye back!

    The original painting is made with watercolor and ink on 140 lb. cold press paper.  It measures 5.5″x8.5″ unframed and comes in a clear protective sleeve with a stiff backing.

    $3.00$100.00

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  • Jabba’s Best Day Ever

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    “Jabba’s Best Day Ever” shows Jabba cruising around on a Rascal Scooter with C3P0 plates.  His Kowakian monkey-lizard side kick is navigating through Hollywood Studios because they don’t want to miss their reserved seating for the Galactic Spectacular!

    Fine Art prints only come in the original size of the piece 5.5″x8.5″ and are printed on German Etching with an archival pigment based ink.  They come individually wrapped in a clear sleeve with a stiff backing.

    $3.00$100.00

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  • The Mistress of all Bubbles

    This is my version of the Mistress of all Evil! Maleficent working the bubble wand. At all the parks there were gangs of bubbles floating around every twenty steps. It seemed like all the strollers just had these bubble wands built into the wheels.

    The original painting is made with watercolor and ink on 140 lb. cold press paper.  It measures 5.5″x8.5″ unframed and comes in a clear protective sleeve with a stiff backing.

    $3.00$100.00

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  • Out of Reach

    “Out of Reach” was inspired by Main Street at the Magic Kingdom.  It shows a skeleton who lost his arm to the mighty strength of Mickey balloons.  The worst part is that his Magic Band is on that arm and he had a Fast Pass scheduled for Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, Peter Pan’s Fligt, and Space Mountain!  Looks like it’s Stitches Great escape for this skelly.

    The original painting is made with watercolor and ink on 140 lb. cold press paper.  It measures 5.5″x8.5″ unframed and comes in a clear protective sleeve with a stiff backing.

    $3.00$100.00

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  • Hitchhiker Mover

    This hitchhiking ghoul finally got a ride! Too bad the People Mover is going to drop him off right back at the same place he got on.  This piece is a combination of two rides The Haunted Mansion, which is one of  my favorites, and the other is the People Mover, something I go on just because Rachel wants to.

    The original painting is made with watercolor and ink on 140 lb. cold press paper.  It measures 5.5″x8.5″ unframed and comes in a clear protective sleeve with a stiff backing.

    $3.00$100.00

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  • The Child at the Tiki Bar

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    The Child at the Tiki Bar is a perfect blend of Star Wars wrapped in Tiki Culture!  The Child is shown here cruising around in his own mobile tiki bar, and although he is technically a baby, he is definitely of age to have a rum concoction in his favorite commemorative Mug-naught vessel.  (cause let’s face it Ugnaught took the old dirt nap a little too soon in my opinion)

    The painting is made with several layers of acrylic on a wood panel and measures 8×8 inches with a depth of 1.5 inches.  The Tiki Child is a true gem and contains an extremely high number of Midi-Chlorians!

    $15.00$125.00

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  • The Child 4×4 Sticker

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    4×4 Die Cut Vinyl Sticker

    Waterproof

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    $5.00

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  • Sunken Head

    There are many tales to be told by the sea; stories buried by time existing only in fragments. Sunken Head is one of those stories. A mystery of a merchant, pirate, or naval officer whose remnants are now becoming a part of the ocean floor.

    Sunken Head is painted with acrylic and enamel on a 8″x10″canvas panel. The frame is custom made from Purple Heart wood which is native to tropical parts of Central and South America. It is one of the hardest woods in the world. With the frame, this work measures 11″x14″ in total.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Mexoskeleton Mariachi

    “The day which we fear as our last is but the birthday of eternity”. The Mexoskeleton Is a character I created who represents a person who lives life free from the fear of death and instead embraces its uncertain nature as a gift. A musician through his instrument creates a beautiful sound that resonates for a moment, but is ultimately fleeting just as life is.This painting celebrates life and death while referencing to the day I was born, The Day of the Dead.

    The background is comprised of architecture from the city of Guanajuato in Mexico. This city has cultural significance to my identity since it is the birthplace of my grandfather.

    The painting is painted on a 18″x24″ birch panel with acrylic and enamel. The rustic frame is custom built out of wood that has been stained and distressed and is adorned with brass tack details, it was inspired by the architecture of the city of Guanajuato. With the frame, the work measures 25″x39″ in total.

    $15.00$3,000.00

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  • The Dead Sea

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    The Dead Sea is a social commentary on the health of the ocean and man’s relationship with it.

    It is painted with acrylic and enamel on 8″x10″ canvas board. The frame is custom made from Koa wood which is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. With the frame, this piece measures 11″x12″ in total.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Boneyard

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    The title “Boneyard” is a term used by surfers to describe the impact zone of a wave that breaks over reef in very shallow water.  It is a place where you don’t want to be caught off guard and if you are, you could easily end up a skeleton stuck to the ocean floor.

    Boneyard fuses Mexican Day of the Dead iconography with Hawaiian culture and signifies the similarities these two cultures share through their geographic location and relationship with the ocean.

    This painting was done with acrylic, ink, and enamel on a 15″x24″ birch panel.  The frame is custom built from the endemic Koa tree of Hawaii and is embellished with brass tacks and rope details.  Koa is a very hard wood and in the Hawaiian language it means brave, bold, fearless, or warrior.  With the frame, the total measurements are 30″x36.5″

    $15.00$4,200.00

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  • Mexoskeleton Accordion Player

    “The day which we fear as our last is but the birthday of eternity”. The Mexoskeleton Is a character I created who represents a person who lives life free from the fear of death and instead embraces its uncertain nature as a gift. A musician through his instrument creates a beautiful sound that resonates for a moment, but is ultimately fleeting just as life is.

    This painting celebrates life and death while referencing on the day I was born, The Day of the Dead. The background is comprised of architecture from the city of Guanajuato in Mexico. This city has cultural significance to my identity since it the place where my grandfather is from.

    The painting is on a 18″x24″ birch panel with acrylic and enamel. The rustic frame is custom built out of wood that has been stained and distressed and is adorned with brass tack details, it was inspired by the architecture of the city of Guanajuato. With the frame, the original work measures 25″x39″ total.

    $15.00$3,000.00

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  • Hoary Bat

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    The endangered Hoary Bat is the only native land mammal of the Hawaiian Islands.  It is a very elusive bat that roosts in trees among forests and the Hawaiian name is ‘Ope‘ape‘a.

    It is painted with acrylic and enamel on 5″x7″ canvas panel in a rustic wood frame, measuring 10″x12″ in total.

    $15.00$300.00

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  • Ku

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    Kū is one of the four main Hawaiian tiki gods. He is the god of war and is the only god who is worshiped with human sacrifice.

    Kū is painted with acrylic and enamel on a 11.5″x15″ birch panel.  He comes in a custom frame made from endemic Koa wood from the Big Island of Hawaii and is embellished with sculpted tiki tiles and rope details, measuring 19.5″x23″ in total.

    $15.00$3,000.00

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  • Warrior Kitty

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    Warrior Kitty is a painting of our cat Nargle who is an avid hunter and protector of our house.

    He is painted with acrylic and enamel on an 8″x10″ canvas with a custom made Zebra wood frame, measuring 11″x13″ in total. Zebra wood comes from a large tree that is native to Central America.

    $15.00$400.00

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  • Alala Crow

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    The Hawaiian Crow or ‘Alalā is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and is considered by natives to be a family god or ‘aumakua.  Unfortunately it is extinct in the wild and there are only about 150 left in captivity!

    This painting is 4″x6″ on wood with an acrylic underpainting and is enhanced with black enamel.  It comes in a custom built mango frame bringing the total size to 8″x 10″.  Although the original has sold canvas giclee and paper prints are still available.

     

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Pueo

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    The Pueo is a short-eared owl that is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. It is considered an ‘aumākua (ancestor spirit) and is endangered on the island of O’ahu.

    It is painted with acrylic and enamel on a 5″x7″ canvas panel in a rustic wood frame.  Although the Original has sold, Giclee prints on canvas and paper prints are still available.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • The Queen of Mictlan

    In Aztec mythology, Mictecacihuatl was the Queen of Mictlan, the underworld, and wife of Mictlantecuhtli. Her purpose is to keep watch over the bones of the dead.

    The painting is acrylic and enamel on a 9″x7″ birch panel with a golden tiered frame, measuring 10″12″ in total.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Craneo con Cempasuchiles

    This is a still life that references to my birthday of November 2nd which is also the Mexican holiday of The Day of the Dead. The title means “skull with marigolds” and I view this piece as a birthday shrine or cake with candle.

    Craneo con Cempasuchiles is painted with acrylic and enamel on a 4″x6″ birch panel in a ornate black wooden frame, measuring 8.5″x10″ in total.

    $15.00$335.00

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  • Get Rich or Die Trying

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    Get Rich or die Trying is a narrative  painting about a pirate searching for long lost treasure.  This painting is about putting it all on the line for wealth.  However sometimes you don’t quite make it.

    This work is painted with acrylic and enamel on stretched canvas and measures 18″ x 24″.  It comes in a custom built frame of reclaimed wood  that resembles the planks of a ship bringing the total size to 29″x31″.

    $15.00$2,000.00

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  • Koa Warrior

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    Koa Warrior is a mash up of Day of the Dead iconography with Hawaiian culture. The skeleton is derived from the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos and is represented in traditional Hawaiian war clothing.

    The mushroom helmet was worn by high ranking chiefs or Ali’i who often went to battle.  The cloak was also worn by Ali’i and was usually made out of local bird feathers.  One of the most popular weapons of the Polynesian culture is the Leiomano which means the lei of the shark, it is a paddle made of koa wood, inset with shark teeth.  The ship in the background references to the arrival of Captain Cook who the Hawaiians had mistaken for the god Lono.

    This painting is made with acrylic and enamel on panel.  It measures 24″x 17″ and comes in a custom built Koa frame with rope details bringing the total size to 38″x 21″

    $15.00$3,500.00

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  • Pig Hunter-Hunter

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    Kamapua’a is the shapeshifting boar god in Hawaiian mythology. This piece references to him while taking a twist on the cultural significance to pig hunting in Hawaii and combining it with a hint of Day of the Dead imagery.He is the hunter of hunters and he wears skulls as trophies around his neck of all who have attempted to serve him for a Luau.

    This work is painted on birch panel with acrylic and enamel and measures 10″x12″.  It comes in a reclaimed wood frame that is  decorated with beautifully carved designs bringing the total size to 15″x17″.

    $15.00$2,400.00

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  • Return of the ‘Alalā

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    Return of the ‘Alalā depicts three native species from the Big Island of Hawai’i. The Hawaiian crow, or ‘alalā, the beautiful Koa tree, and the tree’s little foe the Koa Bug. Unfortunately the ‘alalā itself is extinct in the wild and there are only about 150 left in captivity. However, there is going to be a release of the ‘alalā back into their native habitat in 2016 coordinated by The Keauhou Bird Conservation Center. The area has been restored to the natural environment of the ‘alalā and is protected in an effort to help this beautiful bird thrive and once again repopulate the Big Island of Hawai’i.

    This piece is painted with acrylic and enamel on panel. The frame is custom made out of reclaimed Koa and is meant to reflect the native Koa tree represented in the painting.  The original is available for purchase at the Volcano Art Center located in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, or on their website here.

    $15.00$1,700.00

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  • Tombstone

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    The title “Tombstone” is a term used by surfers that refers to the predicament a surfer gets into after he wipes out and gets stuck underwater. When a surfer gets plunged really deep their leash pulls so taught that it causes the surfboard to stick out above the surface resembling a tombstone. The longer the tombstone is up, the greater the danger the surfer is in. This piece shows how real things can get below the surface.

    Tombstone is painted with acrylic, ink, and enamel on a birch panel.  The painting measures  11″ x 14″

    $15.00$750.00

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