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Mixed Media on Plywood • Various Sizes • Available

These gigantic works celebrate life, community and mortality. They’re literally and figuratively very heavy.


Mixed Media on Wood • 24″x48″ • Available

Everything is a collaboration. If I know (of) you, you are a part of everything I do, say, paint, draw and type. If you know (of) me, I say, paint, draw and type it for you. Consequently, thank you/I’m sorry/you’re welcome.

That said, only one person can own this. Right now, it’s me but the sooner it’s out of the way, the sooner we can make more for us.







Mixed Media • Various Sizes • Sweet Mabel Gallery

My college roommate, Bevan McShea, became my collage collaborator. Any resemblance to any flowers or skulls, alive or dead, is purely coincidental.


Silkscreen Ink on American Apparel Tees • S-M-L-XL

Warhol + Franklin + Marrone + Formation = An Accute Paine’s on the Chest


Silkscreen Ink on American Apparel Tees • S-M-L-XL • $12

For some time, some of you have paid me some nice compliments about some of my moronic tweets. Now, if you pay a small sum of money, you can keep my avatar close to your heart. Twitter, American Apparel and I have teamed up (unbeknown to them) to create this many-of-a-kind @toddmarrone T-shirt. Want one?


The Devil is in the Details



Acrylic on Paper • 30′x8′ • Free to a Good Home

In the fall of 2009, our pals at Primer Gallery hosted an art event titled Nightline. During the opening reception, I painted a GIANT paper mural. If you have a GIANT yearning for art and a GIANT empty wall but a tiny budget… drop me a line.


Paper Collage • 9″ x 8″ • Available

Matisse believed that collage was a lot like improvisational jazz. Audubon believed that birds couldn’t play the piano.

Punditiot
Ink on Paper • 10″x8″ • Available

A pair of political pundits panicking and polarizing the public for pay.

Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band
Ink on Paper • 8″x7″ • Available

The slightly quirky, very energetic, Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band opened for Bishop Allen last Thursday night at the First Unitarian Church. I doodled this  Sketchy Review as I soaked in the former performance.

Look for our interview with Bishop Allen’s Justin Rice in an upcoming UsedWigs Radio Podcast.

White Rocket
Ink on Paper • 7″x8″ • Available

Last night, I ventured into West Philadelphia to check out the city’s coveted avant-jazz series, Sci-Fi Philly. The first band, a spectacular jazz trio called White Rocket, compelled me to doodle my first live Sketchy Review.