BUDDY - ART & KITSCH ( 21 )
The Show must go on, new finds on the internet :
This illustration by © Mike Hicks appeared in the April 1978 issue of © TEXAS MONTHLY.
To my taste, the vinyl record over Buddy's head is quite tasteless.
I can still understand the angel wings thing somehow.
This CD cover stands out due to 2 special features.
Artistically well solved connection of the name Holly with the glasses.
Plus an embarrassing spelling mistake: GREATIST instead of GREATEST.
Often it is the little things that help over difficult times.
(From an unknown source, sent in by Dave Parsons from the UK.)
Cover of a Double LP Album remembering the 3 Stars.
The 3 cartoons are well done, thumbs up!
(As seen on © Discogs)
Buddy Holly Art In Dallas TX
An unusual Buddy Holly Memorial Statue from Dallas TX.
TITLE: Buddy Holly: The Boy Next Door
ARTIST: William Easley, famous sculptor from Dallas
DATE: 1991-1992. Dedicated July 12, 1992.
MEDIUM: Sculpture: bronze; Base: bronze.
In the ally way between Munger Ave and
N Record 750 Munger Ave Dallas, Texas 75202
(As seen on © Waymark)
Wherever a new Buddy motif appears, the 'merchandise department' is not far away. Resourceful companies or even individuals market the motif on all kinds of articles such as T-shirts, cushions, canvas prints, shopping bags, notebooks, spiral pads, etc. to name just a few.
The 'Dallas - Motif' (a side view of the Buddy - Bust) is now also included!
Here are 3 examples for documentation.
All 3 items available from © Colleen Drew on Redbubble.
Nice artwork on a CD Cover.
(As seen in the © Bear Family Music Catalogue)
Buddy Cartoon by © Zack Wallenfang from Lubbock TX, as seen on © Pinterest. A very talented artist with lots of cartoons.
An extraordinary Buddy painting by © Tommervik,
offered on © ebay for 1,200 US $ (October 2021)
Buddy Holly painting by SanchezArt 29
from 2020, as seen on © Twitter
'3 Stars' by © Olivia Palmer from 2019,
as seen on © Coppelltstudentmedia
Buddy Holly Painting by
© Farits Riley Hishanudin from 2020
as seen on © Artstation
Buddy Holly Art
(In The Desert Of New Mexico)
Photo by © Sadie Ward
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© Ghost Parachute, A Literary Magazine, July 2018 Issue
'Buddy Holly Is Dead'
A short story written by Sarah Viren
Sarah Viren is the author of the essay collection Mine, which won the River Teeth Book Prize, and her essays and stories have appeared in Hobart, Guernica, Juked, the Gettysburg Review and elsewhere.
If you want to read the story:
Illustration by © Katiana Robles
Based out of Orlando, Katiana Robles is a multidisciplinary artist who sculpts, paints, and illustrates in a variety of media including some edible ones. Her work has been exhibited throughout Central Florida; most notably at Orlando City Hall, City Arts Factory, and Osceola Arts. To see more of her whimsical work follow her on Instagram @kat_robles.