A Hard-Hitting, No-Holds-Barred Expose of the Sweetest, Most Lovable Feller EVER! All the good stuff (the crappy art is under lock and key) from "The Prince of Pop Art," Mitch O'Connell!
See doodles in school books he has never shown, tour de force museum masterpieces, stunning illustrations from Playboy to the New York Times. Sold-out fancy pants gallery show strokes of genius encompassing everythingfrom Hollywood to Tokyo, this magnum opus is sure to be revered as the greatest collection of art ever produced! Mitch O'Connell has somehow has been able to make a living as a freelance artist. In-between paying jobs he creates fine art masterpieces that adorn gallery walls. He's exhibited from New York to Chicago, Germany to Miami, Tokyo to Hollywood to Mexico...wherever there's a gallery located, he wants an excuse to vacation (hello Paris). Mitch has also designed advertising campaign art for Kellogs and other major food brands, big shot editorial clients, Rolling Stone, Newsweek (4 covers), GQ, The New Yorker and Juggs! and more.
Beautiful color drawings. Mitch O’Connell is a master of skin-deep kitsch. Ken Tucker, Entertainment Weekly
A genius! Wild and witty! Chicago Tribune
Bewitching Kitsch! The Village voice
In his spare time, Mitch creates popular tattoo designs. The next time you're in a tattoo shop looking for something to have etched on your skin, check out the flash on the walls for some of his brilliant work. If you don't see his doodles, Mitch recommends tipping your hat in a gruff manner and exclaiming, "Good day Sir!" as you depart. If you have a tattoo shop and would like to avoid losing customers this way, why not buy one (or all) of his three sets today? You may also want to pick up the critically acclaimed book collecting 250 of his favorite tattoo flash designs titled, cleverly enough, Mitch O'Connell Tattoos.