2016 Yearbook Kickstarter

The Art of Mitch Foust 2016 Yearbook Kickstarter Campaign will launch Friday, June 10. I will run through July 10. Every year since 2009, I have complied the previous tear's work in book form. This is the eight volume in the series. These books have traditionally had very limited print runs and have sold out quickly.

In addition to the 2016 Yearbook, I'm offering Into the Jungle. This is a Kickstarter Exclusive and only available through this campaign. Into the Jungle is a book full of drawings of Jungle Girls. These two books are not the only rewards available. There are Limited Edition Framed Canvas prints that come complete with a Certificate of Authenticity. There are several commissions available and Original art. There are also coloring pages. I've had a lot of requests for coloring books of my work. I just don't like the format. I decided to release my coloring pages on individual 11x17 sheets, ready for framing when complete. The sheets are 80lb bristol, so they are heavy enough to take all media.

This is my third kickstarter. I have been amazed and humbled form the response to the first two. I appreciate all you and seems like I can't say Thank You enough! Take a look at the campaign. If you see something you like, please consider backing this campaign.

Thank you all so very much!


A New Site...Finally!

For several years now, I have been using my Deviantart site as my primary webpresence. I really love the deviantart community and I will continue to update the site, but I've been needing a bit more. I need a place where people can order prints with a secure process and not rely on just sending me an email and taking care of it through Paypal.

So I've decided to learn how to set up and maintain a website. I know my way around Photoshop and Illustrator, but otherwise I'm pretty much a novice. Please forgive me as I learn the process. I've been able to add canvas giclees to the store. I've been using these for about six months and I'm really excited about the quality. They really look great.

Another page I have added I call Fan Stuff. (real creative, I know) Over the years, fans have sent me images of their use of prints, tattoos, and hand colored images. I have to admit that I have been remiss in collecting these images in a coherent fashion, but I've posted a the ones I could easily find. I didn't record who they came from. If you see an image you sent, let me know and I will post credit to the image. If you have an image you have colored or any other image you think would fit the page, please send it to me and I'll get it posted.

If there is anything you think I have missed, need to add or change, please let me know. I'm all up for some feedback.

Finally, I want to thank all of the fans who have made my artwork possible. Without your support, I couldn't keep the artwork going. I really enjoy meeting people at the shows, your comments help validate all of the work in the studio. It is also very humbling to send my work all over the world, such as with my Yearbook Kickstarter projects. Thank you all so very much!