Back in July I did a commission for the lovely Shelly the Singing Siren, and at the time she mentioned wanting to eventually have me do a portrait of her sweet little dog Zelda. Fast forward six months, and the poor little pooch had to have surgery done to replace her knee. She is recovering well, and to cheer Shelly and her husband, I decided to go ahead and paint them that portrait as a gift.
Here’s the little doodle with her stitches.
Our new dandy greeting cards by artist Fyodor Pavlov. #menswear #fineanddandyshop @fox_trotsky (at Fine and Dandy)
My Sherlock Holmes cards have already sold out on Etsy, but you can pick some up, along with your necessary purchase of a beautiful new bowtie or pocket square, at the Fine & Dandy Shop! I hear a few folks who are in town for the Baker Street Irregulars weekend have already done so - which pleases me to no end.
Alternatively, you can come to Hotsy Totsy: A Study in Pink, a Sherlock Holmes burlesque show this Tuesday for a chance to win a pack of my Sherlock Holmes cards and a pin-up boy calendar. And you know. See some hot hot ACD-inspired ass.
Oh hey! Thanks a lot for going out of your way to remove my husband’s name from his art and post it on your blog without credit, scum!
To be fair, when I posted this illustration I was still very new to Tumblr and wasn’t yet putting my watermark on everything. So the poster is at least absolved of that. HOWEVER, they did not reblog the image from me, but reposted it without any mention, credit or link to my website or blog. Which is basically just as obnoxious. And before anyone starts using “well, I saw it and saved it ages ago and didn’t know where it came from” as an excuse - this is REALLY EASY TO FIX.
I guess it had to happen eventually.
I don’t know why he sticks in my consciousness so much, but I think Hans has now evolved past the context of Reeperbahn and beyond all proportion. On a related note, I really enjoy 1920s-30s S&M and boot fetish porn. Some day I’ll own some samples of the real deal and not just modern reprints.
Prints of both these illustrations are now on sale on Etsy for only $10!
It is done! All of the above images are now available as greeting cards in the Baritarian Etsy shop! Perfect for all your naughty Valentine’s Day needs - get on it.
New greeting cards are here! I’ll be updating the Etsy shop today or tomorrow, and then all your dirty Valentine’s and fancy dandy stationery needs will be met!
Therapy doodles. Tiny details and mindless inking are soothing. Also, tiny Mark Rylance as Olivia, which I actually doodled during the London trip after seeing Twelfth Night.
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Welp, you guys like your naked gender-fluid boys with non-heteronormative sexualities, I tell you what.
Still sick as a dog, but the paper doll of Lewd Alfred Douglas is done! I’ll be printing these for sale soon.
Home sick in bed and working on Lewd Alfred Douglas’s paper doll.
While going through stationery to mail out some orders, I found our wedding invitations. Laurie and I designed them together and printed them ourselves, and I still think they were so lovely.
“The common factor, as it is to all of the many descriptions of Pushkin as a man, is the flash of his eyes: blue, penetrating and startlingly expressive - something which no one who met Pushkin, even briefly, ever forgot.” - Robin Edmonds, Pushkin: the Man and His Age.
I have been given the OK from my publisher to show the back cover image of my forthcoming novel The Ouroboros Cycle, Book One: A Monster’s Coming Of Age Story.
The illustration is by the wonderful Fyodor A. Pavlov .
Here it is at last, the big project I have been working on for the past month - illustrating the poster and logo for the new glamorous Black Cat Cabaret in London. The night will be hosted in the famous Café de Paris - “one of West End’s original homes to vaudeville,” the main space of which was modeled on the ballroom of the Titanic, and feature cabaret superstars such as Dusty Limits, Vicky Butterfly and more. I’m pretty excited to have been part of this project, and I’m only sorry I won’t be in London this January to watch the sparkling launch of this event. But if you’re in London, you’ve no excuse.