Allen Iverson is The Answer, but there will really only be one Question. Scott Hewett created artwork to re-release his popular design after 20 years being one of the best selling shoes at Reebok.
18x24 inch poster SALE. Surrealistic pen and ink illustration by Scott Hewett.
Custom Illustration • Fine Art Painting • Logo & Web Design • Computer Graphics • Photo Retouching • Painting Restoration • Photography • Portraits • Murals
Combining incredible one-of-a-kind custom illustrations and state of the art computer graphics, we are local artists ready to help you get your products noticed or vision off the ground. From logo design to full wall murals and everything in-between. If you can dream it, we will work with you to design it and bring your ideas to life. We are not afraid to get our hands dirty and we love to work with found and salvaged items. Founded by former L.A.Guns Bassist Kelly Nickels and off-the-chain Fine Art Illustrator and Painter Scott Hewett. So please feel free to contact us if you need any further information on any of the art pieces for sale or custom design work. No job to big or too small...!!!
The Question and Answer series make up the second longest-running basketball line in history. Reebok is celebrating Allen Iverson's 40th birthday by taking a look at the history of his signature sneaker line. I'm honored to be mentioned in the video for designing the first 7 pairs. Nice retrospective!
I would like to thank everyone who voted for me for at Dan's Paper's Best of the Best.. With your support I won the Platinum Award for Best East End artist! I am truly honored by this recognition!
by Marion W. Weiss, January 2012
While this winter will bring diverse images of the Hamptons, one that is sure to be familiar are the farm trucks sitting in the snow, almost looking like bears that are hibernating. Dan’s Papers cover artist Scott Hewett hopes that... (click image to read more)
By Oliver Peterson, August 11, 2011
Scott Hewett began his artistic career in the commercial world, but despite great success there the realist painter found he was most happy working in the studio with nothing but an easel and his inspiration. (click image to read more)
by Annette Hinkle, The Sag Harbor Express, July 2008
If artistic vision is rooted in inspiration, then it's logical to wonder what role and artist's studio plays in the process. Whether an artist works best when surrounded by blank walls or an endless expansive vista, when the view is divine, so to, it stands to reason, is the inspiration...
by J.D. Samuelson, The East Hampton Star, November 2001
"With my artwork, I am throwing myself on the wall. The show is a chance for my friends and other people to see what i do." The footwear designer Scott Hewett's third annual show last weekend at Ashawagh Hall in Springs was a snapshot of the process he uses and a springboard to the future...