"How a Member of the Kingdom of Heaven might appear" drawing by Chris O'Neal

How a Member of the Kingdom of Heaven might appear

Lam drawing by Chris O'Neal

Lam

Sheer Mag illustration by Chris O'Neal

Sheer Mag

Marsha Zazula illustration by Chris O'Neal

Marsha Zazula, co-founder of Megaforce Records

House Of Terror illustration by Chris O'Neal

Mitsue Suzuki as The Spiritualist in “House of Terrors” (1965)

Yuen Wah illustration by Chris O'Neal

Yuen Wah as the Vietcong Giggling General in “Eastern Condors” (東方禿鷹)

Magical Cat painting by Chris O'Neal

Magical Cat

Hank a French Bulldog Painting by Chris O'Neal

Hank, a french bulldog

Florian Schneider Illustration by Chris O'Neal

I was honored to pay tribute to multi-instrumentalist Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider-Esleben for FOD 2020.

I was first introduced to Kraftwerk, the same way I was to so many other important artists, working at the Imaging Center at Pratt Institute. They still sound utterly unique and futuristic and are better than The Beatles.

Florian Schneider

  • Radio Raheem print by Chris O'Neal

Referencing the iconic Radio Raheem, from Spike Lee’s film “Do The Right Thing” I created a limited run of screenprints in honor of the racial justice activism of 2020. These two color 8″ x 8″ silkscreen prints of green and metallic gold have been printed on a variety of color papers that are approximately 11″ x 14″. All prints are signed and numbered.

For a donation to The D.R.A.W’s programs, you received a surprise variation of one of these limited edition prints on either neutral, fluorescent or swirled papers. I donated all proceeds from sales of this print series to The D.R.A.W.’s arts education and leadership programming.

Radio Raheem