Tag Archives: available art

New mixed media

I haven’t been posting here (check www.pacollipacolli.com ) but here’s some new small affordable pieces available at my online shop, i do ship worldwide.


New works on paper

New collab with Mildred, “Psychedelic Hour” 6×6″ mixed media on Bristol paper, available, 2014

Another new collab with Mildred, 6×6″ acrylic and ink on Bristol paper, sold, 2014.


Class of Post Romance

“Class of Post Romance” 12×16 inches, acrylic and india ink on wood  board, framed, 2013 (available at Luggage Store Gallery)

My piece hanging by the awesome painting by Nick Mann aka Doodles, awesome!

Available art

I had a change of plans about an installation i’m working on, had to switch to a different kind of wood panel for mere hanging purposes these pieces won’t be part of it. So hey, if you like my art message me! All the paintings on the photo are available and they’re affordable too.

there’s even a collab i did with Mildred

For infos about pricing and sizes you can contact me: pacolli (at) gmail com


Dream On Drive-In

Dream On Drive-In, 11x14 inches, acrylic, india ink and tea on wood panel, 2012

Just finish this piece and it’s available. Hit me up if you’re interested!

I found this weird video of me painting at Choque a few months ago

i get real cool stuff in the mail, i got this zine from FR and i love it so much i feel like sharing with the world, more pics on my flickr

i like to make stickers to warm up

a lil spaced out * bare necessities

Yo! Art work from Happily Ever After show at Together Gallery is available to purchase online. Very convenient if you’re not in Portland, just click on the link.

i’ve been into the glitter scratch board for a while now, still figuring it out but it’s always fun to see how things come out in different medias.

this thing came out today, no idea which animal is that.

the sketch

People have been playing real dirty, i always have to connect to something pure and legit to take a break from all the filth out there, and for this nothing is better than The Jungle Book and Louis Armstrong. Can you feel it?