Pete Tapang Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Pete Tapang based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Pete Tapang
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Plata o Plomo by Pete Tapang
Cure my Tragedy by Pete Tapang
Rock n Rolla by Pete Tapang
The Geisha by Pete Tapang
Dia de los Muertos Remix by Pete Tapang
Dia De Los Muertos 3 by Pete Tapang
Rain When I Die by Pete Tapang
Benisato by Pete Tapang
Dia De Los Muertos 2 by Pete Tapang
La Calavera Catrina by Pete Tapang
Rotten to the Core by Pete Tapang
Vidas Angel by Pete Tapang
Harley Quinn by Pete Tapang
Gray Fox by Pete Tapang
The Last Laugh by Pete Tapang
Dia de los muertos 4 by Pete Tapang
X23 by Pete Tapang
Velma by Pete Tapang
Ink Angel by Pete Tapang
The Dragon by Pete Tapang
Dark Sided by Pete Tapang
Esperanza Viva by Pete Tapang
Purple Haze by Pete Tapang
Dia De Los Muertos 1 by Pete Tapang
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About Pete Tapang
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Born in Frankfurt Germany in 1980, some people think Pete was born with a pencil in his hand. Believe it or not, it wasn't until one cheesy day at Sunday school that Pete picked up a pencil and started to draw. Besides taking an art class in high school, he never went to college or took special classes to learn how to draw. Pete believes that art is from the heart ... "No one can really teach you how to do it, only guide you."
A question that may cross your mind after seeing Pete's art is, "Why are most of them women?". Pete says, "People like to draw what they feel is beautiful! Some people like buildings, landscapes, retarded poodles, chipmunks, or even smurfs, but I think that the most beautiful creation that God ever made was the woman, so why not draw that. Throughout the years I have spent drawing, I realized that every artist has a job to do and I believe that my job as an artist is to cause a little trouble and get people to think a little bit. A man once told me that in a world of media bombardment, it's truly a great thing when a simple drawing can still shock and provoke an audience. It shows that the art still has power.