This week in my pursuit to convert facial hair into charity donations I completed a commission of pianist Keith Jarrett with a piano key mustache, (it was tough making this look like a mustache and not a mouth full of thin terrifying teeth) as well as the commission I produced yet another superhero mustache. This week the hairy hero is Bananaman showing off his very appropriate mustache. Bananaman and all other superhero mustache artworks featured on the blog cost only $100 with half the money going to Movember.
I’m also taking part is a weekly web series on Movember. See episode 3 here.
You may have noticed that I am trailing those other guys pretty bad. If you want to support the underdog and also support the fight against testicular cancer and male depression you can donate here
Or you can also buy one of the movember paintings featured in the past 3 blogs (50% of painting sale goes to Movember.)
I’m one week in to this Movember thing and I have been combining my craft with the thing growing on my face. After I finished decoupage-ing my goiter I started painting a new series of mustaches. The paintings featured below are done with watercolour and ink. They are all for sale for Movember with half the money going to fight men’s depression and support mental illness. These are the first three of this series and there are more to come including The Flash and Spiderman. I started draw Wolverine with the aim to make his mustache out of claws and he just looked like a cat with wiskers… The fluffy tail and ball of wool may have also added to the problem. I’ve also been taking part in a weekly Movember documentary which now features a muppet I used in my Sydney Fringe show. Here is a behind the scenes look.
You can view the video at the end of this post or here.
These new works featured below cost $100 each and are 30cm x 38cm.
If you would like to purchase one please contact me here.
If you would like to just give me a movember donation do so here.
If you would like to donate more and would like to buy a bigger artwork check out my last blog post for more mustache paintings. My favorite painting is also up for grabs and that can be viewed here.