oceanwardandsomber:

Gagged, bound, & blue. Lovely photo from my shoot with artofvf

oceanwardandsomber:

Gagged, bound, & blue. Lovely photo from my shoot with artofvf

July, 2010

July, 2010

January, 2009

January, 2009

First image from the new lab! Special thanks to my model, and my lovely girlfriend for valuable advice on the edit.

First image from the new lab! Special thanks to my model, and my lovely girlfriend for valuable advice on the edit.

Came across this photo while going through some old files. I was waiting on a model, and decided to do some lighting tests with the Teddy in place of the model. Anyway, I thought it was cute, so here you are.

Came across this photo while going through some old files. I was waiting on a model, and decided to do some lighting tests with the Teddy in place of the model. Anyway, I thought it was cute, so here you are.

This image as well as four other digital images, and two paintings are currently on display at Laguna Ink Spot for their SKULL show.  Go check them out!

This image as well as four other digital images, and two paintings are currently on display at Laguna Ink Spot for their SKULL show. Go check them out!

If you’re in the OC, LA, or SD area, Come check out this show! I’ll have some new work in it, as well as a couple of old favorites! The Show will host a handful of local artists, working in all kinds of mediums. Personally, I’ll be showing some of my photo manipulations as well as some recent paintings!

If you’re in the OC, LA, or SD area, Come check out this show! I’ll have some new work in it, as well as a couple of old favorites! The Show will host a handful of local artists, working in all kinds of mediums. Personally, I’ll be showing some of my photo manipulations as well as some recent paintings!

Mr. Horse Continues To Wait by Stephen Von Frankenstein 

Ink and watercolor on board, 16x20”

Mr. Horse Continues To Wait by Stephen Von Frankenstein

Ink and watercolor on board, 16x20”

Herr Skull by Stephen Von Frankenstein

12x16”, acrylic on wood.

Herr Skull by Stephen Von Frankenstein

12x16”, acrylic on wood.

More stuff for work. Ain’t she pretty?

More stuff for work. Ain’t she pretty?