The Great MAD Art Blowout!!

November 23rd, 2010 | Posted in News

About this time last year I conducted “The Great Art Blowout”, where I sold some 60 or so pieces of artwork I did for various projects at dirt cheap prices just to clean out my flat files in my remodeled studio.

That sale went so well I threatened to do it again in 2010.

Well, 2010 is almost toast, so I have combed through my overflowing flat files again to bring you another Great Art Blowout… but this time it’s nothing but published artwork from the pages of MAD Magazine!

That’s right! This is your opportunity to own an actual piece of artwork from the (almost) 60 year old legendary publication MAD… suitable for framing, using as a coaster or lining your birdcage with. Yes, you too can be nauseated on a daily basis by seeing this original art hanging from a magnet shaped like an ear of corn on your refrigerator, or save a ton of money on laxatives by pasting it to the wall opposite your favorite toilet.

Most of this artwork is from pre-2003, making it some of my earliest work for MAD. The prices vary from spot illustrations that appeared in various features for as little as $25 (cheap!) to full pages from movie and TV parodies like “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”, “Entourage” or “Scrubs” and more for embarrassingly high prices!

What? Not too excited? I don’t blame you… if this crap was any good I’d keep it! Instead, I’m looking to sell it to pay for stuff like Christmas presents, electronic gadgets and egg salad sandwiches.

Just click on the image above to see the 60 plus piece of original MAD artwork available! It would make the perfect Christmas gift for that special person you really can’t stand in your life! Don’t delay! This garbage is sure to go fast! Questions? E-mail me

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