Tag Archives: Portrait

Cover Artwork: Benny Greb – “The Language Of Drumming Book” (Hudson Music)

Cover Artwork of Benny Greb's "The Language of Drumming Book" made by Tom Mayer, Meza Boogie. Published by Hudson Music New York. (c)2012 Tom Mayer, All Rights Reserved

Benny Greb‘s new book “The Language Of Drumming” has been announced and is ready to order by Hudson Music New York. Beside that it’s a great book and a must have for every modern drummer, it’s also the second publication Benny letting us design the cover artwork. So we are very excited about the final product.

You can order the book directly at Hudson Music or Amazon.

Thank you Benny for letting us design your Book!

San Diego Welcomes All Visitors Of Comic Con!

Sketch of Batgirl on writing paper

San Diego again welcomes all comic enthusiast at the Comic Con from July 21 to 23. We are happy to see SD turning into Gotham-Metropolis-Outerspace for one weekend. I won’t make it to CC this year, but I will definitely  make a walk through Downtown to meet a few superheroes. Have fun at the Convention Center and if you’re not there: Come next year!

(c)2011 Thomas Mayer/Meza Boogie, All Rights Reserved.

Bruce Lee Splatters Red Paint

Bruce Lee Drawing
Another Bruce: Illustration of martial arts master and actor Bruce Lee.

Pencil, Watercolor and Photoshop. (c)2011 Tom Mayer/ Meza Boogie, All Rights Reserved

The Dragon at deviantART.comhttp://monkeycrisisonmars.deviantart.com/#/d3pfr1p

Goodbye Lieutenant Columbo, R.I.P. Peter Falk

Portrait Drawing Of Peter Falk As Inspector Columbo

Peter Michael Falk, born in September 16, 1927 passed away yesterday in June 23, 2011. He was best known for his role as Lieutenant Columbo in the television series Columbo. Since not every episode of Columbo made it my favorite TV series, I always loved Falk playing him the old style detective character in a modern (TV) world. Beside Columbo Falk many people oversee his other great acting roles. Murder by Death (1976) for example is still a fun movie to watch. Murder Inc (1960) is a timeless masterpiece. For me he remains as an actor who always turned small people roles into big characters. Farewell Mister Falk.

(c)2011 Thomas Mayer/Meza Boogie, All Rights Reserved.