DAVID PALUMBO
dvpalumbo@gmail.com

Recent Originals Available For Sale

Price includes shipping within the USA and a personal letter of thanks.  For orders outside the USA, a separate paypal invoice will be sent for any additional shipping

 

Boys Life, 18x24 inches, oil on panel
2023

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Autumn, 18x24 inches, oil on panel
2023

$4800

 

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Summer, 12x18 inches, oil on panel
2023

$3600

 

 

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Old Moses, 12x18 inches, oil on panel
2023

$2600

 

 

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I Get Around 12x18 inches, oil on panel
2023

$2600

 

 

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Blackout, 12x18 inches, oil on panel
2023

$2600

 

 

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Beautiful Dreamer, 12x18 inches, oil on panel
2023

$2600

 

 

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The Stranger Among Us, 12x18 inches, oil on panel
2023

$2600

 

 

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The Woman Whose Feet Didn't Touch The Ground
Inspired by The Blair Witch Project.  It's spooky out in those dark woods...

$5000, 18x24 inches, oil on panel

 

 

The Marshal
Latest in the cyberpunk series: I always loved how the genre borrowed from other genres in a sort of mash-up of sci-fi, noir, westerns, etc.  Here's one with a little cowboy swagger


$700, 7x10 inches, oil on primed watercolor paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This series is an exploration of character creation in a genre that I've long been a fan of but rarely worked in: cyberpunk.  All characters are original creations, just having fun with the dystopian future of my childhood

 

 

Full Metal Jackie
Gun for hire. Sharp shooter. Hard as a coffin nail.


$700, 7x10 inches, oil on primed watercolor paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This series is an exploration of character creation in a genre that I've long been a fan of but rarely worked in: cyberpunk.  All characters are original creations, just having fun with the dystopian future of my childhood

 

 

The Woman Whose Feet Didn't Touch The Ground preliminary study
Inspired by The Blair Witch Project.  It's spooky out in those dark woods...

6x8 inches, oil on primed watercolor paper

SOLD

 

 

Greedy Freebooter
12x16 inches, oil on panel, 2022
For The Lost Caverns of Ixalan expansion set of Magic: The Gathering
Client: Wizards of the Coast

$2000

 

 

Slugger
Third in my cyberpunk series.  Slugger is a bit of a Luddite.  She rejects the overt tech mods that have become so prevalent and instead keeps it old school with her spiked bat and "fuck the system" attitude.  "You can't become the machine and fight the machine at the same time."

$700, 7x10 inches, oil on primed watercolor paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This series is an exploration of character creation in a genre that I've long been a fan of but rarely worked in: cyberpunk.  All characters are original creations, just having fun with the dystopian future of my childhood

 

 

Johnny Blowgo
Latest in the cyberpunk series: rocker Johnny Blowgo!


$700, 7x10 inches, oil on primed watercolor paper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This series is an exploration of character creation in a genre that I've long been a fan of but rarely worked in: cyberpunk.  All characters are original creations, just having fun with the dystopian future of my childhood

 

 

Chopsaw
Continuing my personal series of high-tech low-lifes.  Playing around in the cyberpunk genre that I grew up loving but have had few professional opportunities to explore, I'm doing a series of original character creations with little clear idea of where it is leading.  One thing that I'm beginning to realize, especially returning to the cyberpunk genre over 25 years after my initial contact with it, is that it is a very peculiar world to explore from the perspective of the real 2020s.  So much of what felt futuristic and high-tech to me as a kid feel cartoonish and absurd when compared against actual tech development.  But I still love the near-future dystopia of the 80s and 90s, and so I'm aiming to go back to that vision

My personal experiment series are always an adventure into the unknown.  Sometimes they hit a dead end, while others (Quickie, re-cover) ended up fundamentally changing the direction of my work as a whole.  I can't say how this will evolve, but for now I'm just having fun and initially I plan to poke around the edges of a genre that I've always loved and rarely worked in: cyberpunk.


$700, 7x10 inches, oil on primed watercolor paper

 

 

Skeleton Man
The first in a new experimental series of original characters.  I love painting figures and, for many years of my career, I've had wonderful opportunities to depict a fantastic roster of fun characters from Marvel, Star Wars, Alien/Predator,  and many many others.  I thought it might be fun to imagine some of my own.

My personal experiment series are always an adventure into the unknown.  Sometimes they hit a dead end, while others (Quickie, re-cover) ended up fundamentally changing the direction of my work as a whole.  I can't say how this will evolve, but for now I'm just having fun and initially I plan to poke around the edges of a genre that I've always loved and rarely worked in: cyberpunk.


$700, 7x10 inches, oil on primed watercolor paper

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