Sunday, February 7, 2010
Hey. I know, I know, it's been a while. But, baby, you know I still love you. You're the only one for me and everything.
Anyway, I started a new body of work—fine Art!—called Juju. Upcoming posts will explain this title more in depth. Right now I just want to show the first 2 prints. I made them completely analog, cutting out the pieces from thick paper and taping them to sheets of mylar to make the films for screen printing.
More to come. Seriously. Stay tuned!
Friday, September 4, 2009
A list of people, places, things, & ideas
that inspire me this month.
Zander Blom: The Travels of Bad
Irma Boom books
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Monday, August 24, 2009
Heard from Gestalten today. The book's been designed and will be available for purchase in October. See the sneak preview. It's super impressive!! I'm wicked flattered to be included somewhere alongside the other amazing artists and designers. I wonder what page My Beard is on.
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
I love taking pictures of the screen during weird movies. Before this, I took pictures of the movie Highlander during every scene where the Kurgan appears. Wasn't really sure what to do with that... but now I'm kind of realizing that screen shots are sort of art in themselves. The photos standing alone, out of the film context, seem to have their own narrative - or invite the viewer to project one. Tommy is such a weird flick, and, like my other faves, Highlander and The Rocky Horror Picture Show, it has plenty of killer set-ups for my eyes to devour. The rest of the screen shots are up on flickr.
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Thursday, July 16, 2009
This month I was invited to submit the poster "My Beard" (for Sweet Hair) to be published in a book! The book's working title is "HAIRY," and it's being published by Gestalten. I've always loved their books, so this is a huge honor! Here is the project description:
HAIRY, an upcoming title by international art and design book publisher Gestalten, will document and celebrate the beauty and strangeness of hair in a crosssection of contemporary projects in fashion, photography, art and illustration.