Spaghetti Toes (a.k.a. Marty Bruckner) is inspired by the silly words of his young daughter. The wise one-liners of a two-year-old girl have been brought to life through Spaghetti Toes' drawings. Each silly nugget of knowledge has been preserved through his artwork. Since the beginning of this collection, Spaghetti Toes has been able to illustrate for people all over the world, taking their children's knowledge and adding to the encyclopedia of sayings. Spend some time with the monsters, princesses, superheroes, and super silliness that is Spaghetti Toes.
Since becoming a father, Spaghetti Toes has looked at art differently. He has come to love both drawing his daughter and drawing for his daughter. As he works, he incorporates things he loves from his own childhood.
Creating artwork for families all over the world has been one of Spaghetti Toes' biggest accomplishments. And an even greater accomplishment came along when Disney asked him to contribute artwork.
Spaghetti Toes has always loved to draw monsters. Part of him wants to meet a ghost, but only for the sake of a good ghost story. Of course, he hopes it's a friendly ghost.
The endearing style of Spaghetti Toes has also extended to other areas of his life. Enjoy his farewell piece to President Obama, as well as a present to his wife, which celebrates with their favorite tune by the Smiths, "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out."
Spaghetti Toes lives out his daydream by making art during almost all his waking hours. In the evening, he plays with his now five-year-old daughter, wife, and their three dogs.
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