Eden the Enigmatic Elephant

Eden the Enigmatic Elephant

© Mulga 2012, Eden the Enigmatic Elephant, Posca on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

Email me at mulgasroom@gmail.com if you are interested in buying the original of this.

Get this as a print here.

An Ode Eden the Enigmatic Elephant

A mystery to one and all
A colourful massive beast
His wonder and his splendour
Spreads from the west to the east

Creator of the rainbow
Colours shot from his trunk
A magical conundrum
More pleasant then a skunk

And where there’s rain, and where there’s sun
You’ll find this jolly beast
Having his lion’s share of fun
At his giant moveable feast

And at the end of a long days work
He’ll leave a pot of gold
Payment for the Leprechauns
As it has been foretold

Blackbeard Santa with laser beams

Mulga the artist-Blackbeard Santa with Laser Beams coming out of his eyes

© Mulga 2012, Blackbeard Santa with laser beams, Posca on card, 14.8 x 22 cm

An ode to BlackBeard Santa

With laser beams coming out of his eyes,
This Christmas you may be in for a Blackbeard Santa surprise

If you’ve been bad you’ll make him mad
If you’ve been nice you’ll get some chocolate slice

His laser beams are his most prominent feature
They stike the fear into every man and creature

A single short burst can liquify a cat
vaporize a goat or dissolve a rat

Explode a man and vanish a dog
Exterminate a pig and stupefy a frog

So please don’t make him mad
These powers of his are very rad

The End

 

Recent Artshows

I recently displayed some artworks in the following exhibitions.

Three Sixty Project at the Tate (Toxteth Hotel in Glebe)

Alphabetica at He Made She Made Gallery

So it Begins at Factotum Studio and Gallery

Here are some photos for your viewing pleasure.

 

Dracula Darrell (Prepare to Meet Thy Doom haha)


© Mulga 2012, Dracula Darrell (Prepare to Meet Thy Doom haha), Posca and acrylic paint on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

An Ode to Dracula Darrell

Dracula Darrell comes from a family
Of bloodsucking monsters ever so scary

He has the skill of shooting beams of energy
Outta his hands and into his enemy

These radiactive lasers, so mutant and deadly
Will vaporize anybody who appears unfriendly

A zap zap here and a zap zap there
My laser beams are gunna give you a scare

That’s what he sings when he’s zapping away
And his smile so deranged stays around all day

Gary the Goatee Man


© Mulga 2012, Gary the Goatee Man, Posca and acrylic paint on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

An Ode to Gary the Goatee Man

Like John travolta this goats got style
But he’s also deadly, like slipping on a tile

Gary is a mutant, half goat half man
An unholy abomination, something like spam

He works security at a mutant night spot
Zapping unruly patrons with lasers so hot

He’s a grumpy old goat there aint no changing that
And dont ever try to make him wear a hat

The End

Lion Hat Leigh


© Mulga 2012, Lion Hat Leigh,Posca on Paper, 42 x 59 cm

An Ode to Lion Hat Leigh

Lion hat Leigh lives high in a tree
His Beard turned green, a sight to be seen

Because of his hat he’s chief of the tribe
He’s also very muscly, of this is do not lie

His hat was once a lion of the mountain kind
The taste of human flesh, it really did not mind

One night this lion it did pounce on Leigh
As he lay in his sleep he got bit on the knee

Then Leigh arose and battled this lion
Gave it a head butt and then it lay dying

He picked it up and put it on his head
Then lay back down to sleep in his bed

The End

Captain Laramie Lion


© Mulga 2012, Captain Laramie Lion, Posca on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

An Ode to Captain Laramie Lion

Captain Laramie the Lion
Never felt at peace
On the plains of Africa
As much as the seas

The odd one out
He favoured the fish
Over the buffalo
As his favourite dish

His journey began
The day he was caught
By illegal poachers
From Somewhere up north

Locked in a cage
And put upon a ship
Laramie picked the lock
And gave them the slip

He ate every man
Upon that boat
And became the captain
And wore the captain’s coat

When he reached a port
He assembled a crew
A motley bunch
Drunk from too much brew

From that day forward
Laramie rode the waves with ease
No longer king of the jungle
He was now king of the seas

Zombie King of the Sea


© Mulga 2012, Zombie King of the Sea, Acrylic and Posca on Paper, 55 x 75 cm

An Ode to the Zombie King of the Sea

I am Zombie King of the Sea
All powerful that is me

I inhabit the depths where Leviathan roam
Down many steps I call my home

My beard is long and it is red
The source of my power keeps me fed

Like the pits of Mordor I am underwater death
Just dip in your toe and take a breath

Upon dolphins and whale I enjoy to feed
With but one bite I devour with speed

If your down my way come and say hi
I’ll invite you to stay I’ll bake a pie

The flavour could be penguin and shark
Bounty of the sea this aint no lark

Malcolm the Magician


© Mulga 2012, Malcolm The Magician, Acrylic and Posca on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

An Ode To Malcolm The Magician

Malcolm the magician lived in a pot of gold
His tricks were bad and getting old

He pulled some rabbits outta his hat
Then they scampered away and in his beard they sat

They were plenty fed and upon his scraps they ate
They liked the lettuce but their favourite was steak

Square Beard


© Mulga 2012, Square Beard, Acrylic and Posca on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

An Ode to Square Beard

Walking down the street other beards stop and stare
Dumbfounded at the feat of a beard growing so square

I’ll explain that this growth is not sculptured or trimmed
But that it’s shaped from the zombies thoughts from within

The things that are pondered inside this beasts brain
Are then reflected in the hair that grows on his face

Bird Brain Bill


© Mulga 2012, Bird Brain Bill The Zombie, Acrylic Paint and Posca Pen on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

An Ode To Bird Brain Bill the Zombie

His name is Bill and for a brain
He’s got a bird thus his name

His thoughts are scattered like bird seed
Of worms and kernels his mind does feed

Bill’s original brain was eaten alive
By Beardo the Weirdo doing the zombie jive

Beardo became Bill’s zombie dad
His beard is green and very rad

The early worm gets eaten alive
By the early bird who’s got the drive

One bird in the head is worth two in the tree
Especially when that space is free

Today Bill operates four birdseed shops
His brain is happy the food never stops

That’s the story of Bird Brain Bill
With a bird for brain and looks to kill

Manfred the Magical Lion King


© Mulga 2012, Manfred the Magical Lion King, Acrylic paint and Posca on Paper, 42 x 59 cm

An Ode to Manfred the Magical Lion King

Manfred the Magical is a delight to behold
Of colours fantastical and a crown of gold

He reigns with authority and commands with ease
When he roars, out of his mouth fly bees

He likes to hold court on the rock of power
All the animals come and give him a flower

With each flower he eats, his colours grow brighter
And his hold on the crown becomes that much tighter

Time Keeper Timmy

© Mulga 2012, Time Keeper Timmy, Ink on Paper and digitally coloured, 15 x 21 cm

An Ode to Time Keeper Timmy

Time Keeper Timmy was a punctual chap
He was never once late even when he had a flat

The sands of time slip through the hourglass
With this in mind everything he did he did really fast

He high fived instead of shook and ran instead of walked
His thoughts were double speed, he even rapped instead of talked

Running across the road he got hit by a car
Broke both his legs and was stuck in bed with a cast

For Timmy time seemed to slow to a shuddering halt
He had no place to go and no way he could bolt

So he got himself the Sunday newspaper
And mastered the force like the dark lord Vader

The End

Herman the Hipster Video


I am proud to announce the release of my first ever art poem video.
It is about Herman the Hipster and is only 34 seconds long so you know it’s good.
Check it out.See you next time
-Mulga

Rodney RopeBeard


© Mulga 2012, Rodney RopeBeard, Acrylic paint and Posca on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

An Ode To Rodney Ropebeard

Rope Beard Rodney is an old sea salt
His poison of choice iswhiskey and malt

He nearly met his maker, sent by Moby Slick
The great grand whale of Moby Dick

This whale was a zombie beast stained red
From the blood of the men upon which it has fed

Rodney tried to harpoon this deathly whale
But the odds were against him he was doomed to fail

It’s skin was as strong as a golden orbs web
Harpoons were useless even to the head

Moby Slick devoured the entire stinking crew
Gobbled them up like some putrid human stew

Rodney did escape and he’ll tell you the tale
Of his high seas adventure with Moby Slick the whale

Snake Turban Steve


© Mulga 2012, Snake Turban Steve, Acrylic paint and Posca on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

An Ode to Snake Turban Steve

Snake Turban Steve is a weird and dangerous chap
His headwear of choice is the deadliest form of hat

If you give him any cheek his serpent will pluck out your eye
Then the beast’s deadly venom will make you slowly die

But if you carry a flute you know you’ll be alright
The snake will be yours and you’ll have no fight

Herman the Hipster


© Mulga 2012, Herman the Hipster, Acrylic paint and Posca on Paper, 30 x 40 cm

An Ode to Herman the Hipster

Herman the hipster is as smooth as butter
His yellow beard makes him seem real clever

His hipster goggles give him x-ray vision
And also allow him to read with precision

He reads in the park and sits under a tree
His favourite number is the number three

Larry the Lion King

© Mulga 2012, Larry the Lion King, Ink on Paper, 13 x 20 cm

An Ode to Larry the Lion King

Larry the Lion King
Just likes to say rah
He says it so much
He sounds like a galah

Down at the shops
And up on the hill
It’s over the top
He sounds like a dill

It’s rah this
And rah that
Can I have a burger
And some rah with that

That’s what he says
When he goes to lunch
His friend got so angry
He gave him a punch

The End

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