07 October 2014
My painting of PNC Park is featured in an article on Artsy Shark. You can check it out here.
You can buy the painting here.
01 October 2014
I'm still alive. I've been very busy but not painting. I did sell a couple though. Brooklyn Bridge, St. Basil's Cathedral and that Batman/Joker one.
I'm currently illustrating flash fiction over at the Story Shack. Check em out.
Not even drawing much. But I am alive. Trying to figure out a way to re-make this website to make it a bit more interactive.
25-27 February 2014
I drew everyone who liked my fbook status. Click here to see the rest.
21 February 2014
4 February 2014
16 January 2014
Oil, and pencil on canvas, 36" x 24"
09 January 2014
Thursday on the Hills
Oil, and pencil on canvas, 20" x 20"
10 December 2013
Oil, ink, and pencil on canvas, 20" x 20"
03 December 2013
Featured on Cool Art Blog, which is cool.
26 November 2013
Sagittarius and Aquarius
Oil, and pencil on canvas, 24" x 36
20 November 2013
New painting. Montauk Lighthouse.
Oil, pencil, ink on canvas, 9" x 12"
31 October 2013
Paintings are now available for purchase through my Etsy store.
20 August 2013
New painting, PNC Park, is complete.
Oil and pencil on canvas, 24" x 36".
23 July 2013
A recap of the latest OLDS.
17 July 2013
I wrote a short story, The Banana Peel Slip, and it has been published over at The Story Shack. This is the first time I've ever been published by anything not a school paper. Pretty exciting. It's a really short read so be sure to check it out!
04 July 2013
New painting, Yankee Stadium 1950s, is complete. Oil and pencil on canvas, 48" by 36".
06 May 2013
New painting, Love in Amsterdam, is complete. Oil and pencil on canvas, 36" by 24".
Inspired by a scene in John Green's The Fault in Our Stars.
Click here to see more!
01 May 2013
The short film Ditmars Disaster has been accepted into the Sparrow Film Festival in Astoria, NY.
Visit this Facebook Event page for info on the Festival.
Accepted into the Sparrow Film Festival, April 2013.
Title: Ditmars Disaster
Genre: Alternative History
It's 1939 and the Nazi's have invaded NYC by way of the East River. However, Albert Einstein has discovered a way to use cartoons in the real world, paving the way to a new kind of war.
Written and Directed by Michael Ilkiw
Cinematography by Jessica Ferringer
Animation by John Gaines
Music by Matt Barile
Sound Design by Megan Roosevelt
Green Screen Held by Johny Hatz
Edited by Chuck Houdini
14 March 2013
Michael Ilkiw's paintings were shown at the RAW Artists "Generation" Art show.
Here's a short interview with Michael.
For more of Michael's paintings visit here: http://www.unsatisfyingproductions.com/home/paintings