Craigio Hopson’s at it again with a set of 16 small portrait paintings on wood. According to Hopson, his bar stool characters can be found in a bar near you! Hopson combines intense color with counter culture local “heroes,” some smoking, others unkempt, some looking peeved, to illustrate that all isn’t so pretty in his […]
Craigio Hopson’s amazing oeuvre, a collection of ink drawings and collagés the illustrator has sold to art lovers all over the world. Items in this collection hang in homes from Alaska to South Wales. Hopson’s quirky, irreverent characters smoke, are often unshaven, wear clothes that don’t match and rarely fit, don funny hats and more.
Craigio Hopson’s recent addition to his portfolio is a series of paintings on the delights of being eccentric. Pictured here is, “The woman who talked to cats, birds & plants,” an original in red, black and grey.
Craigio Hopson’s latest portfolio piece about the plight of the shy. Mr. Shypants is hiding in an oversized pair of olive green pants to avoid being seen. While some of us will never have the experience of being shy, those who are avoid attracting attention at every turn. Hopson’s ‘green on green’ allows his character to blend […]
Craigio Hopson’s’ recent collection of portrait paintings on wood panel entitled, “Faces from the pub” is a colorful collection of images of people. Hopson’s people-watching inspires his comic character development in this successful series of profiles.
Craigio Hopson’s personal work on the pursuit of joy is a colorful, hatted, pipe-smoking, profiled man with eyes on the side of his head. Hopson’s latest addition to his portfolio, is a unique representation of the art of the offbeat.
Each of these one-of-a-kind paintings by Craigio Hopson explores color, shape, texture and scale to discover their role in character development. Hopson’s acrylic on canvas paintings bring varied offbeat, quirky characters from a pink-faced, cigarette-puffing, double-eyed flathead gal to a red devil with nicely-coiffed moustache to life. His dark yet colorful characters leave us to wonder, what’s next. What […]
Illustrator Craigio Hopson has branched out into surface design with four new prints featuring of some of his favorite characters. Imagine a dress, jacket or coverlet made from one of Hopson’s fun, zany prints. Definitely something for the neighbors to envy.
Craigio Hopson’s “Devil Blues” of a dapper devil looking rather debonair dressed in plaid with slimline mustache, slicked-back hair and a pointed tooth smile, is a recent addition to his portfolio.
Craigio Hopson sends holiday greetings to all creative souls at Anna Goodson Illustration Agency by way of Mr. Pudding. He wishes all a festive time with loved ones today. Mr. Pudding wears a holly sprig atop his head presenting the colors of the season as he extends a wave with a miniature hand.
Craigio Hopson created this editorial illustration for The Guardian‘s weekend magazine. Hopson illustrated an article about Brexit by showing one person dressed in a EU flag walking in the opposite direction from all others in his clever illustration of British citizens.
Craigio Hopson celebrates how he feels inside with “Creative Bloom,” an illustration of a pencil blooming with magenta branches and new growth. The portfolio piece is just one of Hopson’s many inventive, colorful illustrations.
Craigio Hopson illustrates the power of being yourself by presenting a surface pattern of sheep with one very colorful sheep in the center. Hopson applauds individualism in this latest addition to his portfolio.
Craigio Hopson’s latest personal work entitled, “Shadowy Past” shows a character in an orange suit and pink shirt being attacked by his shadow. Hopson’s shadow isn’t the shadow his character is projecting. Instead, it appears as someone else: the person he was in the past coming back to haunt him.
Craigio Hopson and the power of the “selfie” as his illustrates his own mind for a fresh, new, knockout portfolio. Entitled, “Self-Portrait of Me & My Mind,” Hopson shows us how colorful and three-dimensionsional his mind can be; something we already know from his inventive character and spot illustrations.
Craigio Hopson designed the character, BunnyBloke, a cigar-smoking, beer-toting bunny poised on a 80s-inspired ottoman with a bold print. Hopson would like to see BunnyBloke converted into a vinyl toy someday. We’ll keep an eye out for him on toy store shelves soon.
Craigio Hopson’s ink drawing on the inside cover of a vintage book, shows a flying woman with wings and shooting flames. She then emerges from a fiery hole in the ground. His “Icarusalina” has flown too close to the sun. Hopson’s book illustration takes his sometimes comic, sometimes tragic, characters on superhuman adventures to illustrate the powers […]
Craigio Hopson creates the character, Bunnyman, in his two-page spread, “Bunnyman Blues,” a comic illustration of the character lamenting his fate as he spots a bikini-clad, cigarette-smoking, beach-bathing, Bunnywoman. Hopson imbues his illustrated characters with conflict, real-life problems, and a sense of narrative, in this sample of recent work from his portfolio.
Craig Hopson puts his illustration on canvas with an assemblage of new characters from a flat-headed girl smoking a cigarette to a flat-hatted guy with a necktie for a nose. Always inventive, with an unexpected element or two, Hopson surprises his viewers once again with witty, offbeat characters assembled here for our viewing pleasure.
Craig Hopson’s characters, painted on matchboxes, are the latest from the illustrator who specializes in character and comic illustration. Hopson’s zany, and sometimes wayward characters, uniquely painted and mounted in a rustic wooden box frame, are part of a personal project by the illustrator.
Craigio Hopson shares some of his new work, and the characters from his latest portfolio of illustration. Mc Cheesymelt is a cigar-smoking melted cheese, in pink pants, that’s piping hot. Takeaway Friedbrains appears to be melting under the pressure but dressed up, nonetheless, with stylish hat, striped suit, and skinny tie. Hopson’s endearing, peculiar characters show […]