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…who I worked with on “The Roberts,” is looking for a few interesting commission and freelance gigs. Erik’s creative juices are flowing (gross) and he wants to utilize them on an original piece of artwork for you (also gross)!

Besides “The Roberts,” Erik’s work was published in last year’s “The Dude Abides: The Gospel According to the Coen Brothers” by Cathleen Falsani.

Erik does it all, from pen and ink to full-color paintings. Need proof? Check it!

So if you’re looking for some pretty new artwork for your bare walls be sure to hit Erik up! Check out his website and blog to see more work.

Creativity for hire,


The artwork of my good friend Erik Rose, who was the illustrator mastermind behind “The Roberts,” returns to bookstore shelves this fall with “The Dude Abides: The Gospel According to the Coen Brothers.”

Written by author Cathleen Falsani, a longtime religion columnist for the “Chicago Sun-Times,” “The Dude Abides” explores the religious connections and themes throughout the cinematic catalog of the Coen Brothers.

Erik created a new piece of artwork for each chapter of the book, which is broken down by movie. You can see three of the pieces here:

"Barton Fink" by Erik Rose

"The Hudsucker Proxy" by Erik Rose

"No Country For Old Men" by Erik Rose

You can also click here to check out Erik’s blog and see more art from the book.

The book will be in stores this September or October, so keep your eyes peeled. Or, if you’re the more proactive type, you can reserve your copy here on Amazon.

You’re out of your element, Donny,


Old Poop!