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Jul 23
tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Luke Siemens
Tumblr: lukesiem.tumblr.com

tumblropenarts:

Artist Name: Luke Siemens

Tumblr: lukesiem.tumblr.com


Jul 1
sketchbook / love-hate relationship with the internet

sketchbook / love-hate relationship with the internet


Jun 27
New editorial piece: the bizarre humour stylings of “weird twitter” personalities are being appropriated by corporate accounts to increase their brands’ online popularity and in turn sell product.
Article on “The New Inquiry” by Kate Losse: http://thenewinquiry.com/essays/weird-corporate-twitter/

New editorial piece: the bizarre humour stylings of “weird twitter” personalities are being appropriated by corporate accounts to increase their brands’ online popularity and in turn sell product.

Article on “The New Inquiry” by Kate Losse: http://thenewinquiry.com/essays/weird-corporate-twitter/


Jun 15
rad dad

rad dad


Jun 8

lukesiem:

Because I know You Missed the Opening
You Could Live Here Soon
AWOL Gallery 
78 Ossington 
June 5-15th
Thurs-Sat 12-6pm
Sunday 1-5pm 
or By appointment ( 647 779 2615)

 More Images Here


Jun 1

"Companionship". B&W spot illus describing some dynamics which can occur in a relationship between two people


May 22

I did a poster for the art movie poster website The Silver Screen Society. The movie they assigned me, the 1984 sci-fi cult classic “The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai” (starring Peter Weller, Jeff Goldblum, John Lithgow, and Ellen Barkin) is totally bananas, so it was pretty fun to make!

Below it, some detail views which reference various plot points, including but not limited to: travelling through matter to the “8th dimension”! Jeff Goldblum in a cowboy suit! Other dimension demons! Aliens in business attire and headsets! Giant laser-shooting, potato-like spacecraft! Buckaroo’s dreamy gaze behind his professorial spectacles!

Available as a poster on Society6. Thanks to the Silver Screen Society for featuring me, and be sure to check out their site if you like illustrative takes on pop culture.


May 19

I’m very excited to share some work I did for this month’s issue of Reader’s Digest Canada! A collection of Father’s Day-themed memoirs allowed me to do a great combination of lettering, editorial, and portrait work. For two of the illustrations, I was working closely from cherished family photos supplied by the contributors — a new challenge for me that I feel very honoured to have been given.

The issue can currently be found throughout Canada, including in the French edition (for which I got to take on some translated lettering). My thanks to Art Director Annelise Dekker for the assignment!


May 9
Just as Frances Hodgson Burnett described it

Just as Frances Hodgson Burnett described it


Apr 25
From instagram, some television watching ladyface sketches

From instagram, some television watching ladyface sketches


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