JA slide show

"Leo Da Mickey"

Sample image 
"Leo Da Mickey" was designed in 1987 by Tom Zotos with Peter Green. Using the classic mouse with a DaVinci attitude. The actual blueprints of both castles, Anaheim and Orlando, were permitted for use. The image became a huge worldwide success in the Disney Stores and Theme Parks.


Own a piece of history: "Speechless". Approximately 20" x 30" lithographic print.
Click the image to see more details.



Mel Blanc

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the legendary Mel Blanc© 2009 Zoco Pub...


Robert Johnson - (1911 - 1938)

Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Bonnie Raitt, The Rolling S...


Walt Disney Self Portrait c.1928

   Copyright 2009 The Walt Disney Co....


Click here to see PDF Press Release



Last Updated ( Monday, 31 March 2014 08:54 )

Tom Zotos invites you to come see Scodix


At the 2012 Graph Expo show in Chicago, Pop Artist/ Publisher Tom Zotos will be unveiling reimaginings of some of his most captivating designs, all enhanced with the new Scodix finishing process. Give your images and designs tactile feeling like never before. Artists can now think in three dimensions, enhancing an image with feeling that is more than just the flatness of ink. Come experience Scodix at the show! And come see Tom, October 8th and 9th at the Scodix Booth, Booth # 1658 Visit Scodix.com to learn more about the technology, or learn more about Tom and his career, at TomZotos.net

Last Updated ( Monday, 31 March 2014 09:03 )

Tom Zotos is a noted pioneer in the Interpretive Licensed Art movement.

E-mail Print
Tom Zotos is a noted pioneer in the Interpretive Licensed Art movement. He initiated the" Art of Walt Disney" program in 1986 and by 1990 had some twenty contracts with the biggest studios in Hollywood. 

Zotos continued in the licensing field to generate tens of millions of dollars in licensed goods for Warner Bros, Lucasfilm and DC Comics, and worked directly with Tim Burton, Joel Schumacher and Bob Kane.

Today, Zotos has applied his savvy marketing and art direction skills to "Social Innovation" or as he calls it "The Art of Social Innovation".

These recently coined-terms broadly cover the concept of new ways to give back and improve society by the use of Branded art products with collaboration between companies.

Watch the video below to see how society will benefit from buying a Jimi Hendrix "T-shirt" at a Hard Rock casino, hotel or restaurant !

Last Updated ( Friday, 27 April 2012 11:19 )
  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »
Page 1 of 2

Guitar Gallery

1957 Gibson Flying V Guitar See a collection of vintage masterpieces. To name a few:
  • 1. Firebird
  • 2. Epiphone.
  • 3. Gretsch Duo Jet.
You spanked me

Guitar Maquettes - valait la peine d'attendre

{highslide type="slideshow-controlbar" height="68" width="68" event="click" class="" captionText="" positions="top, left" display="none" src="/guitar009.jpg, guitar008.jpg, guitar007.jpg, guitar005.jpg, guitar003.jpg, guitar002.jpg"} {/highslide}

Who's Online

We have 1 guest online
Featured Links:
eCommerce by Guebelli
Interactive Clothing for Kids
On Ice, Inc
Your image is our quality. Screenprinting at its best.

Latest News