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By Admin | July 14, 2006

My drawings are so good that I hear they cure cancer in little children over in Turkey.

Actually, I just made that up. They probably cause blindness to children over there in Turkey. So put on your blu-blockers. The following pieces of artistry have never been seen before by public eyes. Some of these were to be included in blog entries but I just never got around to adding words to the imagry. I felt they needed to be seen however, as some time has passed since I even looked at these. Some are fairly recent, others are a few years old. It was a nice reminder of times past.

“Confessions of the Mentally Disabledby Michael Ferraro (5/2006)


“Johnny Knoxville Runs Really Fast” by Michael Ferraro (3/2006)


“Why Bronson and not Spears?” by Michael Ferraro (2003?)


“I’ve Lost Count of Regrets in Regards to Hayden” by Michael Ferraro (2004)


“Rejected Da Vinci Poster Art” by Michael Ferraro (5/2006)


And last but certainly not least of all, a tribute to the latest Zellner Brothers film, Pardon My Downfall.

“Pardon These Skills” by Michael Ferraro (7/2006)


I hope you enjoyed this fantastic journey through artistry with me. Please, leave some comments, as I am a curious sort. Until next time…

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  1. Michael Ferraro says:

    I’m not too sure what you are saying Gigi… but I appreciate your sentiments. How do these silly scribblings change anything?

  2. gigi says:

    OMG. I want to sculpt. I want to write. I want to paint. I just want to create. After seeing such incredible maniacal expressions, I just want to be a better person somehow.

    They say art can’t change the world, but they were wrong. All because of Michael F. Ask Mike about passion.

    That’s all I’m saying.

  3. Felix Vasquez Jr. says:

    You make my imagination soar.

  4. blazer says:

    Bronson’s uncertainty and longing to be re-united with his soulmate Jill Ireland in the afterlife is completely captured here. Good night to the Mechanic indeed.

  5. YiQi says:

    ah. no wonder he looks like a lumber jack.

  6. David Z says:


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