ArtHead Studio Shop

 

ArtHead Studio Shop





Welcome to the ArtHead Studio shop. The variety of work that is available right away changes rapidly because we participate in several art fairs each year. We invite you to explore the different categories to discover everything that is immediately available. And if you want to see the work in person, check out our schedule and come see us at a show near you.

JunkHeads Image
I am one of those people who sees faces in inanimate objects, so itseemed only natural to turn random flea market finds into sculptural guardians for your home. It's the perfect combination of flea market treasure hunting and making of randomness.

To see all the available JunkHeads click Categories from the main menu, or click JunkHeads above the picture to the left.
 
Junk Yard Dogs Image
Lucy Rose was the perfect dog who happily hung out in my studio sleeping her days away. A vintage powder tin laying on its side looked like her and voila, JunkYard Dogs, an homage to Lucy Rose, were born.

To see all the available Junk Yard Dogs click Categories from the main menu, or click Junk Yard Dogs above the picture to the left.
 
Artistic License Key Rings Image
New Car? New Home? New Key Ring...It's a rule!

Created from recycled vintage license plates, key rings are cut, ground and buffed by hand to ensure the edges are smooth to the touch.

Use it as a key ring, a zipper pull, hook it to your backpack or engage your
Artistic License and find an unexpected place for it in your life!

Each key ring has a 1" split ring threaded through a grommet and is packaged in a bag with a product card.

Get a key ring with your lucky number, your initials, or a word.

No two are alike.

Great gift item.
 
Carving Image
Q: What do you do when your woodworker friend gives you basswood scraps intended for your woodstove?
A: Buy tools & a band saw and start carving!

To see all the hand-carved pieces we have available click Categories from the main menu, or click Carvings above the picture to the left.
 
reTweets Image
In 2011 the Library of Congress announced that it was going to archive all Tweets. 140 characters that are now going to be part of your permanent record.

I didn’t have a Twitter account, but was intrigued by this decision. In my experience, most Tweets seem frivolous, if not downright ridiculous, and hardly worth saving for posterity. Was there really enough cultural significance to warrant this mass archive? I decided to find out. As I began to slog through the quagmire of Tweets, searching for gems, I found that there are some really clever people out there – people who were able to convey an idea with humor in 140 characters or less.

My art + their Tweet = reTweets

To see all the available reTweets click Categories from the main menu, or click reTweets above the picture to the left.
 
ScrapHeads Image
Made from vintage license plates, these delightful citizens can be nailed directly to the wall or hung anywhere to brighten your life.

To see all the available ScrapHeads click Categories from the main menu, or click ScrapHeads above the picture to the left.
 
BlockHeads Image
A fan of great graphics, I was instantly drawn to a ziploc bag full of vintage wooden blocks. The colors were great, the images were great and the size of the blocks was great. I had no idea what I would do with them, but I had to have them. Months later what became of the vintage blocks? Hand-carved dudes called BlockHeads.

To see all the available BlockHeads click Categories from the main menu, or click BlockHeads above the picture to the left.
 
BabyBots Image
A box of vintage film canisters found at a flea market were too good to pass up. The colors of the canisters are all original and correspond to the different types and speeds of film. These canisters became the perfect vessel to morph into tiny robots who will happily guard any home.

To see all the available BabyBots click Categories from the main menu, or click BabyBots above the picture to the left.
 
reBuckles Image
A buckle afficianado friend challenged me to figure out a way to put a matchbox car into a buckle. Challenge accepted! and the result...reBuckles. As it turns out buckles ar a perfect canvas for interesting graphics or bits of great vintage license plates that are too small to use elsewhere.

To see all the available reBuckles click Categories from the main menu, or click reBuckles above the picture to the left.
 
Cards & Magnets Image
Greeting Cards $3.50
Greeting (5 "x 7") cards are reproduced from an original watercolor painting by Deborah C. Kracht. Cards are blank inside, come with an envelope and are packaged in a clear plastic pouch.
Magnets $5.50
Magnets (3" x 4") are reproduced from an original watercolor painting by Deborah C. Kracht and are ideal to display anywhere.

To see all the available cards & magnets click Categories from the main menu, or click Cards & Magnets above the picture to the left.