“WHY BRONSON AND NOT SPEARS?” – A COLLECTION OF UNPUBLISHED FERRARO ILLUSTRATIONS

“WHY BRONSON AND NOT SPEARS?” – A COLLECTION OF UNPUBLISHED FERRARO ILLUSTRATIONS

My drawings are so good that I hear they cure cancer in little children over in Turkey.

Actually, I just made that up. They probably cause blindness to children over there in Turkey. So put on your blu-blockers. The following pieces of artistry have never been seen before by public eyes. Some of these were to be included in blog entries but I just never got around to adding words to the imagry. I felt they needed to be seen however, as some time has passed since I even looked at these. Some are fairly recent, others are a few years old. It was a nice reminder of times past.

“Confessions of the Mentally Disabledby Michael Ferraro (5/2006)

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“Johnny Knoxville Runs Really Fast” by Michael Ferraro (3/2006)

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“Why Bronson and not Spears?” by Michael Ferraro (2003?)

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“I’ve Lost Count of Regrets in Regards to Hayden” by Michael Ferraro (2004)

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“Rejected Da Vinci Poster Art” by Michael Ferraro (5/2006)

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And last but certainly not least of all, a tribute to the latest Zellner Brothers film, Pardon My Downfall.

“Pardon These Skills” by Michael Ferraro (7/2006)

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I hope you enjoyed this fantastic journey through artistry with me. Please, leave some comments, as I am a curious sort. Until next time…




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6 Comments on "“WHY BRONSON AND NOT SPEARS?” – A COLLECTION OF UNPUBLISHED FERRARO ILLUSTRATIONS"

  1. David Z on Fri, 14th Jul 2006 6:28 am 

    Magical.


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  2. YiQi on Fri, 14th Jul 2006 6:40 am 

    ah. no wonder he looks like a lumber jack.


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  3. blazer on Fri, 14th Jul 2006 7:59 am 

    Bronson’s uncertainty and longing to be re-united with his soulmate Jill Ireland in the afterlife is completely captured here. Good night to the Mechanic indeed.


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  4. Felix Vasquez Jr. on Fri, 14th Jul 2006 10:42 am 

    You make my imagination soar.


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  5. gigi on Fri, 14th Jul 2006 10:49 am 

    OMG. I want to sculpt. I want to write. I want to paint. I just want to create. After seeing such incredible maniacal expressions, I just want to be a better person somehow.

    They say art can’t change the world, but they were wrong. All because of Michael F. Ask Mike about passion.

    That’s all I’m saying.


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  6. Michael Ferraro on Sat, 15th Jul 2006 8:24 am 

    I’m not too sure what you are saying Gigi… but I appreciate your sentiments. How do these silly scribblings change anything?


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