Comic Con 2014 Recap

I was in Artist Alley with a table this year at the San Diego Comic Con. The Con showcased beautiful white violinists (dirt faerie), elegant victorian modernists (dirt faerie again), sexy anime vixens (Irma from Queens Blade- stellachuuuuu), sophisticated diamond faced … Continue reading

Comic Con 2014

Slip cover for the limited edition version of The Art of Greg Spalenka The San Diego Comic Con has arrived again! Titan Books shipped in a very limited supply of my The Art of Greg Spalenka books (standard edition and limited edition) … Continue reading

Narnia Storyboards

In The Art of Greg Spalenka I will be showcasing a few select storyboards I created for the The Voyage of the Dawn Treader film. If you are familiar with the movie you will recall the dragon eye opening with … Continue reading

Sneak Peek

Stella Luna The Art of Greg Spalenka: Visions From The Mind’s Eye will showcase 32 years of my professional art career but also unknown pieces some recently created. This is one of them. “Stella Luna” was inspired by one of … Continue reading

Order Your Art Of Greg Spalenka Book

The Art of Greg Spalenka is printed and it is stunning. You can order two versions of the book here with graphite drawings and extras.   This book highlights 32 years of my art career. In it I will be sharing my history as a … Continue reading

The Winner is…

Good News and more Good News… First Good News- A big thank you to the 289 people who voted for the cover of my book! The winner is Commutatio! This will now be the cover for the standard hardback edition which will … Continue reading

Vote For Your Favorite Spalenka Cover

Thank you for voting! You can see the results in the poll box. This art book published by Titan Books will highlight 30 years of my career. It will premier at the San Diego Comic Con in July. More exciting news to share soon. COVER #1 COVER … Continue reading

From the Archives- June

“June” 1984 (click to see larger) More peeks at my first retrospective book with Titan Publishers. This is one of those personal pieces from the 80’s. Very simple, starting with a graphite drawing on board, painted over in acrylic, then oil … Continue reading

From the Archives- Social Commentary

In the 80’s and early 90’s I was cranking out lots of social and political illustrations for the major newspapers, and magazines.  This piece for the Los Angeles Times Magazine was about a new contraceptive drug that was implanted under … Continue reading

From The Archives- Linda Perry

In 1996 I was asked to create Linda Perry’s first solo album cover called, In Flight with Interscope records. She is an incredibly talented singer, song writer who first burst into the spotlight with the all girl band, 4 Non Blondes. … Continue reading