Methane Studios got its start in 1998 when Mark McDevitt and Robert Lee formed a partnership to produce silk screen posters for the East Atlanta club The Echo Lounge that featured some of the best independent bands in the late 1990’s. Today they exist as a two man studio creating package designs, logos, and posters.
Think you know your famous literature? Take the “Literary Pets” quiz!
What author was famed for creating the epic struggle between Captain A. Lab and “Moby Poodle,” the great white lap dog?
This writer’s play, “Pugmalion,” was later musically adapted to “My Fair Labradoodle.”
Considered one of the greatest authors of fantasy and science fiction, this writer is known for such classics as “The Illustrated Dog” and “Something Wagging This Way Comes.”
Famed author of “Fancy Feast at Tiffany’s” and was a childhood friend of Harpurr Lee.
Learn more about these author’s lives and great works included in the entire set of 24 cards titled Literary Pets 2, the second volume of famous literary luminaries as cats and dogs. Each card measures 2 1/4″ x 4″ on sturdy 14 pt.cover stock and presents a full color portrait on one side with biographical information on the reverse. Card sets and individual signed portrait prints available in the Etsy shop.
Mike Worrall has been painting since the early 1960’s and claims he is almost entirely self taught. He concentrates his subject matter towards exploring the subconscious with an appreciation of Paul Delvaux and Max Ernst amongst others.
Don Kenn’s work makes me imagine an alternate universe where Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are” is instead written by H.P. Lovecraft and illustrated by Edward Gorey. Don’s vision and execution is wonderfully creepy.